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Volume CXXXIII, Number 18
March 1, 2002
College cleared of liability in lawsuit
JAMES FISHER, ORIENT STAFF
A Bowdoin student who sued the College for breach of contract
over a 1999 Judicial Board hearing heard a Portland jury find against
him last Friday on most of the claims in his lawsuit. [read
Harvard to change AP score policy...
Maine Indians consider opening casino...
Teen drinking report provides questionable numbers...
Pakistan to turn over prisoner...
Former Enron chief exec takes the stand...
Future of Afghan detainees remains uncertain...
Grammys doled out...
Penobscot leader speaks at Bowdoin
JULIANA GRINVALSKY, STAFF WRITER
Dana, Chief of the Penobscot Nation, opened his Common Hour lecture on
February 22 by asking his children what they would want him to tell the
Bowdoin campus about their people. [read
Class of '02 faces uncertain job market
ALISON L. McCONNELL, ORIENT STAFF
The job market faced by the Class of 2002 may be slightly
different from what was anticipated before September 11 and the recession.
[read the article]
Treasurer search progressing
COLIN LeCROY, ORIENT STAFF
The search for a successor to Kent Chabotar's position
of treasurer at Bowdoin College is proceeding smoothly. [read
Student gov't targets student shuttle reform
FE VIVAS, STAFF WRITER
Student Government has recognized several problems with the College shuttle
system and is planning to improve the student shuttle service. [read
Race, justice, the environment
Each speaker brought a unique perception of the
environmental problems our world is facing under the increasing
pressure of population and human consumption. [read
Beyond the Pines: nightmare night
One evening, having got thoroughly stoned first,
he took me uptown to a party of white friends, Civil Rights activists
like himself. [read the
Hyperbole and speech
"I had to get up at the ass-crack of dawn."
At 6:30 a.m., did the dawn's ass crack open and from this fissure
you sleepily emerged? [read
This year's Games were wrapped in the flag, at least through
the prism of NBC's coverage. [read
A chat with the LP's
In recent months, live music on Bowdoin's campus
in the form of student bands has experienced renewed exposure
and success. [read the article]
Ladd hosts gourmet restaurant
Each week, Gerson buys the groceries for the evening's
meal and begins preparing food at 8:30 a.m. on Tuesday. [read
Basketball: Women win NESCAC title
in the final game of the NESCAC tournament,
the Polar Bears pulled off a decisive victory over Middlebury.
[read the article]
Polar Bear hockey players and coaches recognized
While the men's hockey team has experienced success
throughout the season, this week was big. [read
||Students get foamy at a campus-wide dance in Sargent
Gym. (Karsten Moran, Bowdoin Orient)
|Jessie Mayol '02 was named
NESCAC player of the week as the women's basketball team won the
league title. (Colin LeCroy, Bowdoin Orient)