Volume CXXXII, Number 18
March 28, 2003
"May the music echo long"
KID WONGSRICHANALAI, STAFF WRITER
Wartime Bowdoin College was a mixture of a small liberal
arts school and military camp. At the opening of the College's wartime
summer session in June, 1943 President Sills noted there were 319 men
in the Army Air Corps, 183 in the Naval Unit and 150 undergraduates on
the Bowdoin campus. [read the article]
BOC back from break
Even though the Bowdoin Outing Club took a two-week break
from sending out official trips, Outing Club members were out in force,
all over the globe, adventuring on their own. [read
Being aware of self-injury
JEFF BENSON, M.D.
Dear Dr. Jeff: A friend of mine keeps cutting her arms.
She says she's not suicidal, but that she can't stop herself from doing
it. I'm getting pretty freaked out about it. What should I do? J.C. [read
|Costa Rica's Mount Arenal, where BOCers were trekking
over break. (Courtesy of Cecily Upton)