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Jessica Piper

Orient Staff — Class of 2019

Number of articles: 10

First Article: February 23, 2018

Latest Article: April 20, 2018

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News in Brief

Council approves second phase of Whittier Field plan

The Brunswick Town Council formally approved the second phase of Bowdoin’s plans to renovate Whittier Field, the Forecaster reported yesterday. The project includes building a new road to connect Pine Street and Bath Road. The decision this Tuesday followed a vote in December to allow the College to discontinue Pine Street in order to build new athletic facilities alongside Whittier Field.

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Events

Jose Antonio Vargas discusses immigration, discomfort and finding home

Tessa Epstein Jose Antonio Vargas is home. His California driver’s license may look a little different than a citizen’s, but—in front of a packed Kresge Auditorium last night for the Kenneth V. Santagata Memorial Lecture—he shared his personal struggle to feel like he belongs in America as an undocumented immigrant, and he challenged Bowdoin students to undertake the uncomfortable conversations necessary in today’s immigration debate.

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‘Texts’ examines sexual harassment in digital age

Jenny IbsenUNSETTLING MESSAGES: Students examine messages on display in the Blue Gallery in David Saul Smith Union. The exhibition highlights sexual harassment by featuring unwanted messages received by Bowdoin students. “good morning.” “Come sit on my Dick.” “It misses u.” That’s one of the 18 messages on display in “Texts,” an art show that opened in the Blue Gallery in David Saul Smith Union on Tuesday.

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