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Gwen Davidson RISING NUMBERS Bowdoin Votes uses data from NSLVE to determine election engagement goals for the year. Gwen Davidson CREDITS THAT COUNT With new Middle East and North African Studies and Arabic minors, students in Arabic classes will be able to earn credit toward a College academic program for the first time since Bowdoin began offering Arabic courses in 2008. Gwen Davidson AIMING AT ART: The Frank Brockman Gallery, a hidden gem among the restaurants and shops on Maine Street, has been at the forefront of showing contemporary art for the past 20 years in Maine. Now curated by artist Mark Little, the gallery seeks to represent a diverse range of creative voices and serve as a hub for the local artistic community. Gwen Davidson INSIGHT ON INSTITUTIONS In his talk, Professor of Government Allen Springer discussed ways international institutions could adapt to political and social forces in order to remain relevant in the coming years. Gwen Davidson HOPP ON OVER: Black Pug Brewing will open next Saturday on Bath Road. Owners Jason Allen and Sam Wilson hope to offer a diverse set of flavors in their beer, from Thai-PA to Vanilla Stout. Gwen Davidson WINTER WONDERLAND: Lowell Ruck '21 leads sign ups for the Nordic Ski Club at the activities fair. His club welcomes skiers of all levels of experience. Gwen Davidson Student volunteer Nina Alvarado-Silverman '19 helps students register to vote at the activities fair. Gwen Davidson left to right: Claire Traum '21, Erin Hollenbaugh '20, Sadie Saxton '20, and Abby Osmanski '21 practice pack running before the state meet. Gwen Davidson Sophie de Bruijn ’18 and Collin Litts ’18 rehearse “____: The Improvised Musical.” Gwen Davidson Hitting the target: Going into the NESCAC championships today, the men’s squash team is currently in eighth place for the first time since 2014. Gwen Davidson BACK FOR BLOOD BACK FOR BLOOD: Captain Sam Ward ’18 runs towards the ball during the Middlebury game on Oct 28. The Polar Bears qualified for the NCAA DIII tournament on Monday and will face off against Rutgers-Newark this Saturday. Gwen Davidson Storming the field: Rachel Mann ’18 faces off against Hamilton on October 15. Bowdoin lost to its opponents 2-1, but beat Colby 2-1 the following day. Gwen Davidson Students rest against a fallen tree on the main quad on Monday morning. Gwen Davidson MOVIE-MAKING: Students gain hands-on filmmaking experience in a workshop taught by CLIO Award winning producer Matt Siegel last weekend. Gwen Davidson Hitting Hard: SJ Weill ’18 faces off against a Hamilton opponent. The team lost against Hamilton 2-1 during homecoming weekend, despite first year Maddie Ferrucci’s 8 saves compared to Hamilton’s 3. Bowdoin rebounded on Tuesday to beat Colby 2-1 to end their three game losing streak. Gwen Davidson Kicking the competition: First year Ryan Houseman plays against Middlebury on Saturday. The team came away with a 3-1 win after Moctar Niang ’19 scored off of two headers. The team then went on the win against University of Southern Maine 1-0 in overtime on Sunday. Gwen Davidson Three times’ a charm: Julia Patterson ’19 competes against Middlebury in Saturday’s home game. The team came away with a 2-0 win.
Gwen Davidson, Steven Xu, Sebastian de Lasa and Dylan Sloan • February 28, 2020
Winter athletics data allows a visualization of team performances across the season. The following graphics display data from point-based varsity team sports.
League position by week
Note: the women’s and men’s basketball teams’ NESCAC seasons did not begin until six weeks after the hockey teams’.
Gwen Davidson, Rohini Kurup and Drew MacDonald • December 5, 2019
This week, the Orient sent out its biannual approval rating survey, known as the Bowdoin Orient Student Survey, to gauge student opinion on campus institutions. The survey was sent to all 1,973 students and yielded 504 responses (25.5 percent).
Gwen Davidson and Drew MacDonald • November 22, 2019
The first round of course registration for the spring semester closed on Monday.
Computer Science filled the most classes of any department, with 66.7 percent of classes at full capacity or higher. Next were Visual Arts (58.3 percent), Neuroscience (42.9 percent) and Dance (33.3 percent).