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Student Life

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Student Life

Bowdoin sees most Fulbright awardees in decade

Fulbright winners: (from left:) (top:) Hannah Miller '17, Caroline Montag '17, Esther Nunoo '17, (middle:) Luis Rico '17, Emma Roberts '17, Emily Saldich '17, (bottom:) Amanda Spiller '17, Liza Tarbell '17, Madison Wolfert '17Fulbright winners: (from left:) (top:) Michael Amano '17, Charlie Campbell-Decock '17, Juliet Eyraud '17, (middle): Robert Gaines '17, Casey Krause '17, Erin Houlihan '17, (bottom): Natalie Kiley-Bergen '17, Ana Garcia-Moreno '17, Jodi Kraushar '17Mariely Garcia '17 was awarded a Watson Fellowship.

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Club to host financial literacy day Monday

This Monday, the Bowdoin Financial Literacy Club (BFLC) will hold a financial literacy day in order to educate the Bowdoin community about money management. A series of workshops targeting those already in the workforce and students interested in investing will run throughout the afternoon and address a variety of subjects related to personal finance.

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V-Day debuts original play based on experiences of Bowdoin women

This evening, Bowdoin V-Day, an organization dedicated to fighting sexual violence against women and girls, will end nearly 20 years of performing “The Vagina Monologues” due to debate about the Monologues presenting a one-dimensional, outdated portrayal of womanhood. In its place, V-Day is debuting the student-written show, “RISE: Untold Stories of Bowdoin Women.”

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From Plan B to Plan A: Health Center’s evolving guidance on contraception

The Health Center has seen an increased demand for longer-term contraceptives among students concerned about insurance coverage of birth control, according to Director of Health Services Jeffrey Maher. This increase in demand for long-acting reversible birth control coincides with the Health Center’s current emphasis on education about more proactive, effective forms of preventing pregnancy Under the Affordable Care Act, private health insurance plans have begun reducing or eliminating co-pays and deductibles on contraceptives.

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College removes several housing options for ’17-’18

The Housing Lottery opened on Monday with several changes in housing options for the 2017-2018 academic year. Cleaveland Street Apartments will no longer be offered as student housing; one-bedroom triples in Brunswick Apartments will revert back to doubles and the fifth floors of Osher and West Halls will no longer be available to upperclassmen in order to eliminate quints in the first-year bricks.

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Theology on Tap addresses religion behind bars

Last night, Macauley Lord ’78 and Reverend Jeff McIlwain, volunteer chaplains at Cumberland County Jail in Portland, spoke about their work during this month’s Theology on Tap event at Jack Magee’s Pub and Grill. Bowdoin Catholic Student Union co-leaders Jack Lucy ’17 and Sam Hoegle ’17; Director of Religious and Spiritual Life Reverend Robert Ives; and Roman Catholic Diocese of Portland Campus Minister Joy Segovia organized the event.

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Feces found in men’s room used tampon box

Ann Basu Despite the generally positive reception of the Free Flow project—which installed dispensers for free pads and tampons in 12 women’s and four men’s bathrooms across campus—the initiative has also elicited negative responses. Housekeeping confirmed that all the tampons and pads in the men’s restroom of the first floor of David Saul Smith Union were thrown away unused several times.

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