Last Saturday morning, women athletes from 12 Bowdoin teams fought through the frigid morning temperatures to Farley Field House where Bowdoin hosted its National Girls and Women in Sports Day event. The event featured Bowdoin athletes mentoring around 100 girls in grades one through five from the surrounding Brunswick area.
Moulton Union’s Main Lounge is typically home to alumni dinners, multicultural events and formal gatherings. Thursday night, though, the lounge was home to a special event with visitors from two mental health groups, some of whom stood on four furry legs.
One can find Peter Moore ’23 cycling in the small town of Bernin—a quaint commune nestled in the foothills of the French Alps. Over the past five months, Moore has not been in the same place for more than two weeks.
The Bowdoin Student Athletic Advisory Committee (BSAAC) recently participated in the NCAA’s National Diversity and Inclusion Social Media Campaign by posting statements on its Instagram page in support of creating more inclusive collegiate athletic environments. The campaign currently has more than ten thousand posts on Instagram.
Ayana Elizabeth Johnson was appointed this month as Bowdoin’s next Roux Distinguished Scholar. This award will bring Johnson to Bowdoin’s Environmental Studies Program and allow her to engage with the community on curricular and co-curricular levels.
The Ben Bernier Memorial Foundation will host the first Ben Bernier Memorial Run, Walk and Toss at Pineland Farms next Saturday, October 9, in honor of Ben Bernier, who passed away in 2019, shocking the Brunswick community.