On Monday evening, approximately 45 minutes before he was set to speak, Jamel Brinkley had not decided what to say. Brinkley, a former Wallace Stegner Fellow at Stanford University, is currently assistant professor at the Iowa Writers’ Workshop and the latest feature of the Alpha Delta Phi Society’s Visiting Writers Series.
Thursday evening, in the Massachusetts Hall Faculty Room, the Alpha Delta Phi Society’s Visiting Writers Series returned with a reading from acclaimed Irish poet Micheal O’Siadhail. O’Siadhail’s career has spanned multiple decades and explores an even greater number of topics and ideas.
Yesterday, students, faculty and community members gathered on the Ladd House patio for No Man’s Land Film Festival’s return to campus, marking the second consecutive year the organization has held a screening at Bowdoin. The event, co-hosted by the Bowdoin Outing Club (BOC) and the Sexuality, Women, and Gender Center (SWAG), consisted of a series of short films that focused on “un-defining the feminine” in athletics and outdoor adventure.
Bowdoin Chorus and Oratorio Chorale bring composer Snider in residency for choirs’ final performance together
Editor’s Note May 6, 2023 at 5:40 p.m.: An earlier version of this article referred to Oratorio Chorale as Portland-based. This article has been updated as the Chorale works throughout Maine and has a long history in Brunswick.
Over the last few days, students may have noticed posters along bathroom stalls urging them to wear denim on Wednesday. While this may seem like a puzzling, innocuous request, the statement those jeans and denim jackets sends is a much deeper one the College is working to transmit.
Editor’s Note April 23, 2023 at 11 p.m.: A previous version of this article used the incorrect title for the Rachel Lord Center for Religious and Spiritual Life. On March 22, the Islamic community began observing Ramadan, the ninth month of the Islamic year.
This week, the Bowdoin Reproductive Justice Coalition (BRJC) hosted its first Reproductive Health Week, a coordinated effort to increase awareness of reproductive health services on campus and bolster student involvement in various arenas of reproductive healthcare advocacy.
This weekend, one of the College’s favorite traditions will return as parents, siblings and grandparents flock to campus for Family Weekend. After an abnormal few years of festivities spurred by the pandemic, this year’s Family Weekend is anticipated to be largely similar to pre-pandemic weekends.