The College received a record high of 10,934 applications for the Class of 2027, marking the first admissions cycle to surpass the 10,000 mark. This represents a 16 percent increase, or an additional 1,556 applicants, from the total number of applicants for the Class of 2026.
On Wednesday, Bowdoin Student Government (BSG) convened to outline committee goals for the semester, as well as provide updates on projects from the fall semester.
Most notably, BSG President Susu Gharib ’23 and Vice President Francisco Adame Perez ’24 released much-anticipated information about the upcoming winter concert.
On Wednesday, the Bowdoin Student Government (BSG) continued discussing the Student Activities Funding Committee (SAFC) policy, upcoming events and C-Store changes.
Chair of the Treasury Kiley Briand ’25 announced a proposed revision in the SAFC guidelines to increase the maximum DJ budget from $100 to $600.
I grew up in a working-class neighborhood a few minutes away from the Newark Airport. My father, a limousine driver, purchased the house right before the 2008 recession. As the mortgage payments rose and the foreclosure letters hit the mail, my father worked longer hours behind the wheel.
After a slow start to the season, the sailing team has found great success in its latest regattas. After placing sixth out of 18 teams in the first round of the Women’s Atlantic Coast tournament at Brown, the team qualified for and competed in the Women’s Atlantic Coast Championship (ACC) Finals at Kings Point this past weekend, placing ninth amongst 18 competitors.