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Editorial Board

Number of articles: 157

First Article: December 1, 2023

Latest Article: April 12, 2024

Editorial

We are not entertained

The history of the Spring Concert has been brief, tumultuous and largely unsatisfactory for many Bowdoin students.

Ever since the fall of 2021 when Bowdoin’s entire student body returned to campus following the Covid-19 pandemic, each year’s Spring Concert has …

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A year too long

Yesterday marked one year since Evan Gershkovich ’14 was wrongfully detained by Russian authorities on espionage charges. Gershkovich reported for the Wall Street Journal and is the first U.S. journalist to be detained in Russia on espionage charges since the …

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Small but mighty

This year, the Latin American, Caribbean, and Latinx Studies (LACLaS) program celebrated its 25th anniversary at Bowdoin. This weekend will be packed with programming, including speakers, a concert and the College’s first-ever bilingual theater production.

To us, this celebration serves …

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Do Bowdoin parties suck?

We’ve all heard it before, and actually, we’ve written about it before—the classic upperclassmen gripes about the lack of excitement, fun and good parties on campus and the groaning and moaning on Friday and Saturday afternoons about whether or not …

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Pack the stands

Last Saturday night, the men’s hockey team defeated Colby in front of a sold-out Sidney J. Watson Arena. Over 1,900 students, alumni and community members came to show their support for Bowdoin. Alumni tickets sold out in under two hours. …

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We mean business

Returning to the snowy, sleepy town of Brunswick, Maine in the middle of the winter—especially for those who spend break in a large, bustling city—can feel a little bit like going into hibernation. The sidewalks are slippery, the air is …

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What flies with AI?

With the end of another semester comes another Bowdoin Orient Student Survey (BOSS). When you all filled it out (we hope), you may have noticed a new set of questions asking Polar Bears about their habits around generative artificial intelligence …

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