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Sabrina Lin

Number of articles: 10

First Article: September 29, 2017

Latest Article: May 9, 2018

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Deborah Todd brings tiled floors alive

Jenny IbsenTodd in her studio, where she hand-paints tiles with intricate designs. Deborah Todd crafts every one of her colorful ceramic tiles by hand, from start to finish, through a process she invented at the start of her career 37 years ago as the apprentice to a potter in Northampton, Massachusetts.

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Studying the arctic in the era of climate change

Ann BasuPolar Purusits Taxidermied arctic birds and a polar bear on display in the Peary-Macmillan Arctic Museum With its history of Arctic exploration and museum research, Bowdoin’s connection to the Arctic go way back. Today, with issues still surrounding various polar environments, Bowdoin continues to make strides in the field, as exemplified through a continuous, cross-disciplinary pursuit by faculty members across several academic departments.

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Poetry

Amal Kassir: activist, empathist, poet

Ann Basu There are activists, there are storytellers and there’s Amal Kassir. Unapologetic in her poignant dissections of humanity, the Denver-born, Syrian-American spoken-word poet calls herself an “empathist.” Her Thursday night performance in Kresge Auditorium, sponsored by the Muslim Students Association, presented personal recounts on war, race and religion.

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Poetry

Acevedo performs poetry with power

PJ SeelertODES OUT LOUD: Elizabeth Acevedo performs her slam poetry in Jack Magee’s Pub on Tuesday night. Some of her poems take the form of “imaginary clapbacks,” addressing instances of invalidation and injustice. Rats, Cardi B and Catholic iconography each have a home in Elizabeth Acevedo’s award-winning slam poetry.

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Students grapple with ramifications of Vietnam War on Alternative Winter Break

Courtesy of Chareeda RustanavibulLISTENING AND LEARNING: Students spent time doing service work and talking to veterans affected by Agent Orange at the Friendship Village Rehabilitation center in Hanoi. Exploring history, healthcare and humanitarianism in the legacy of the Vietnam War, 13 Bowdoin students embarked on an Alternative Winter Break (AWB) trip to a rehabilitation center for veterans and children who were affected by the U.S.-released herbicide known as Agent Orange.

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Live Music

College welcomes Crumb: indie, intimate, immersive

Ann BasuSOOTHING GROOVES: The up-and-coming Tufts-bred band Crumb played in Quinby last Saturday night. The group distances itself from labels, combining elements of jazz, psychedelic rock, funk and pop to create a unique sound. Memorably eccentric and effortlessly endearing, the Tufts-bred band Crumb was an instant hit at Quinby House last Saturday night.

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Administration

Delong reflects on campus achievements

Courtesy of Ivy PelletierSO LONG, DELONG: Associate Dean of Student Affairs Allen Delong will leave for a position at Bates College to become dean for purposeful work and career development. As Allen Delong, associate dean of student affairs, wraps up the final days of his 12-year Bowdoin career, he reflects with pride as well as nostalgia on the many strides the College has made.

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Live Music

Xenia Rubinos: bold, soul-powered songwriting

Xenia Rubinos’ music is refreshingly bold and authentic. An up-and-coming singer and composer, Rubinos recently released her album “Black Terry Cat.” Brought to campus by WBOR, she performed a sampling of her music at Ladd House this past Saturday. Rubinos emphasizes the creative capacity of individual experiences and self-expression. Her work documents an ongoing exchange between her state of mind and the exterior world. She describes her style as soulful, with a lot of energy and love.

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