Volume CXXXII, Number 20
April 11, 2003
ADHD authority speaks
Ned Hallowell, MD, lecturer and author of numerous books
on cognitive and emotional health for children and adults, spoke at Bowdoin
last Thursday evening in Kresge auditorium. [read
Re-routed to Ringsted
ALISON L. MCCONNELL, ORIENT STAFF
Today finds me in Ringsted, and I'm sure that naturally
begs the question, "Where is Ringsted, and what is it like?"
the answer; a random country town in western Denmark that is subzero and
smells like absolute crap. And when I say crap, I mean actual CRAP. I
am freezing because Sonia-my dearest abroad buddy-and I are here, and
my precious coat is currently speeding to points further west in this
lovely country. [read the article]
OLC springs into spring
CECILY UPTON, COLUMNIST
Spring, the finest season at Bowdoin College, has finally
arrived amid the occasional snow storm and perpetual cold. However, it
will get better, and warmer, soon. Which means that the Bowdoin Outing
Club will be foraging out onto trail and stream without the now familiar
snowshoe or winter sleeping bag. [read
Overload and Europe re-entry
KID WONGSRICHANALAI, STAFF WRITER
June 5, 1944. In the English Channel there was much movement.
Hundreds and thousands of ships from the huge destroyers to the small
transport craft awaited the signal to begin moving in towards the beach.
As the sea gently rolled up against the powerful steel hulls of the American
and British warships there was much excitement aboard. [read
JEFF BENSON, M.D.
Dear Dr. Jeff: Did you happen to see that piece in Newsweek
in January, about students needing health insurance after graduation?
Any suggestions? T.W. [read the