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Maya Lamm

Columnist — Class of 2024

Number of articles: 6

First Article: February 10, 2023

Latest Article: September 22, 2023

We've Seen It All

We’ve Seen it All: A Column with a Twist

Welcome back to school! Thank you so much to everybody who participated in and tuned into “We’ve Seen it All” last semester. In case you are new here, this is how the advice column works: Bowdoin students can anonymously send in questions about anything—school, friendships, jobs, relationships, etc.

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We've Seen it All

We’ve seen it all: lessons from six long lives

On April 10, Lilli Frank ’25 and I interviewed six members from People Plus—a community recreation center for older adults in Brunswick. This column is just a snippet of what we learned. Bill, 75 Bill lived abroad for 35 years and developed a knack for languages while intercepting Russian transmissions during the Cold War.

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We've Seen it All

We’ve seen it all: guilt and self doubt

We have a lot to cover this week, so I’ll jump right into it. Welcome back to the advice column with a twist. This is how it works: all questions are anonymously sent in to the QR code, and older community members from People Plus—a community recreation center for older adults in Brunswick—write back with their advice.

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We’ve Seen It All: All about relationships

Welcome back from spring break! Hopefully you spent the past two weeks reuniting and relaxing with the people you love. If that didn’t work out, and you returned to campus feeling heartbroken, confused or both, you’ve come to the right place.

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We’ve Seen It All: A column with a twist

We often hear that young people are the future. We’re not just the leaders of tomorrow, but the leaders of today. I call BS. Well, not totally. We do rock. But we only rock and roll with a little nudge—advice from people who are more experienced than we are.

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