Jack BurnettGOING FOR THE REBOUND: Lauren Petit ’18 shoots the ball in a game against Middlebury on February 2. Despite losing to Tufts in the NESCAC Quarterfinals, the Polar Bears will advance to the NCAA Championships this weekend against Husson.
Gwen DavidsonHitting the target: Going into the NESCAC championships today, the men’s squash team is currently in eighth place for the first time since 2014. Today, both the men’s and women’s squash teams will compete in the NESCAC Championship held at Hamilton.
Ann BasuCold as ice: Jill Rathke ’18 plays in last season’s St. Anselm game. The team ended the season seeded sixth in the NESCAC. The team kicks off its season against with a series against Colby this weekend, playing at home on Saturday.
Courtesy of Khalid El-HakimCURATION AND EDUCATION: Khalid El-Hakim, founder and curator of the Black History 101 Mobile Museum, is visiting campus today to present his exhibit, “The Three Ms.” “How do you get students in this age to talk about controversial materials and controversial issues?” asked Khalid El-Hakim, the curator of the Black History 101 Mobile Museum.
Courtesy of Matt KellerINSPIRATION AND CURATION: On Tuesday, David Saul Smith’s Lamarche Gallery premiered an exhibition displaying artwork by the 2017 summer residents of Kent Island, a Bowdoin-owned island in the Bay of Fundy, New Brunswick, Canada.