Volume CXXXII, Number 9
November 15, 2002
HANNAH DEAN, STAFF WRITER
The band of a happy few from Bowdoin College lined up with
the other students and professors that were eagerly awaiting entrance
into Sanders Theater at Harvard. Slowly, they filed into the rows of benches
and took their seats-making sure that they had clear views of the stage.
The trip had been long and the tickets had been acquired with no small
effort by the Bowdoin professors who had organized the venture-but the
results were sure to be unforgettable. [read
Trouble in the big city abroad
ALISON L. McCONNELL, ORIENT STAFF AT LARGE
London is a crazy place to be right now. Between the protests,
strikes, random downpours, and mayhem, there is little room left for serenity.
I still try to find a little bit of it each day from the comfort of my
apartment (even though the sirens usually make this process difficult).
[read the article]
Spirited campus, part II
KID WONGSRICHANALAI, STAFF WRITER
Those days of suffering and separation, however, were in
the future-not far in the future but in the future nonetheless. In the
meantime there was still the busy business of living. Bowdoin played host
to its annual house parties that cold Maine winter by inviting to campus
some of the prettiest girls on the eastern seaboard. [read
Trying to hold steady
TIMOTHY J. RIEMER, COLUMNIST
The past week has been a strenuous one for the markets.
Over the past week we have have the Chairman of Securities and Exchange
Commission, Harvey Pitt, resign due to pressure over his past and his
appointment of William Webster to run the accounting oversight board.
Then William Webster himself resigned from the accounting board due to
controversy from his involvement in U.S. Technologies. [read
Snow is soon to come
CECILY UPTON, COLUMNIST
Every year, about this time, students at Bowdoin begin
to get excited. There is a buzz around campus that has nothing to do with
the gallons of coffee drunk to fuel all-nighters. You can hear it in the
Union, in the dorms, in the hallways of the academic buildings. And whether
you love it or hate it, everyone is anticipating snow. That's right, snow.
[read the article]
is all the yawning about?
JEFF BENSON, M.D.
Dear Dr. Jeff: "Is yawning really contagious?"
S.F. [read the article]