Raise your hand if Paul Franco’s dog has ever eaten your breakfast.
I knew it! I knew I was not alone!
One of the great pleasures of a walk across the Bowdoin quad is a chance meeting with that lovable scamp.
It is never difficult to show my students just how relevant the Greeks and Romans are to their own lives. But my job as a Classics professor has become, unfortunately, even easier with the current state of our world.
I introduced the motion on the faculty floor requesting that President Clayton Rose provide an account of the process he used to invite Arthur Brooks as the inaugural Joseph McKeen Visiting Fellow. President Rose had not consulted any member of the faculty before doing so, and had thus committed a simple, procedural infraction.