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Shihab Moral

Orient Staff — Class of 2026

Number of articles: 11

First Article: October 21, 2022

Latest Article: September 15, 2023


Town Gown dinner returns, connecting student leaders with Brunswick residents

The Main Lounge of Moulton Union was alive with conversation from all ages last Thursday evening as student leaders, staff and Brunswick community members gathered for the annual Town Gown Dinner. For the first time since 2018, the program was revitalized this year, rekindling a tradition symbolizing the strong ties between the College and the local Brunswick community.

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class of 2024

CXD introduces Senior Week, industry-specific workshops

With the Class of 2024 entering their senior year at Bowdoin, Career Exploration and Development (CXD) has begun to offer a new workshop series to help seniors discover possible career paths. Titled “Senior Week,” the program was filled with various industry-specific events and other career exploratory events including a networking workshop.

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BEMC hosts CPR training for students

The Bowdoin Emergency Medicine Club (BEMC) hosted a CPR training event on Sunday in the 24 College garage, where students gathered to learn the life-saving skill. The 2-hour event was designed to train students on CPR and clarify any questions they may have had about the practice.

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BSG resumes discussions around mental health

Yesterday, Bowdoin Student Government (BSG) invited students to 30 College for a discussion about mental health services with faculty and administrators. The forum continues a series of discussions held last year intended to facilitate communication between students and administrators on mental wellbeing.

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Talk of the Quad

Thoughts from the privileged poor

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.

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Sailing team makes big waves at fall regattas

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.

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