Anita ShahNumber of articles: 18
First article: September 17, 2010
Latest article: May 6, 2011
Art Smarts: World Music Ensemble brings Colombian sounds to life
Music from the southern-Pacific region of Colombia filled Studzinki Recital Hall on Wednesday when the Afro-Colombian Music Ensemble played marimba under the direction of Professor Michael Birenbaum Quintero.
Art Smarts: CEO of Atayne talks on environmental sustainability
On Tuesday, the Peter Buck Center was the greenest part of campus after hosting Atayne's CEO and founder Jeremy Litchfield '99.
Alaskan archaeologist talks about prehistoric Arctic life
Owen Mason shares his expertise and research about walrus hunting villages
Dr. Owen Mason brought the prehistoric artic to life in his presentation about prehistoric whaling on the Bering Strait on Tuesday.
Hari Kondabolu ’04 returns to perform stand-up comedy as part of Asian Week
They say comedy is an antidote to the times; if so, the performance of comedian Hari Kondabolu '04 was a fitting end to the fundraising efforts of Asian Week.
Bowdoin Brief: Call It The Truth wins opening set at April 30 Ivies concert
After last night's Battle of the Bands, Smith Union is still ringing. Eight bands signed up to compete for the chance to be the opening act of the Ivies concert on April 30, with Call It The Truth coming out on top. Call It The Truth includes members Justin Foster '11, Nate Joseph '13, Mikel McCavana '12 and Fhiwa Ndou '13.
Art Smarts: Female suicide bombings and Hinduism focus of Harman’s lecture
Last night, William P. Harman, professor in the Department of Philosophy and Religion at the University of Tennessee, discussed the relationship between religion and female suicide bombings of Sri Lanka in his lecture.
Best-selling Clarke reads ‘Exley’
Massachusetts Hall opened its doors to Brock Clarke, Associate Professor of English, on Wednesday, with students and Brunswick residents gathering to hear a reading from his latest novel.
E-Board presents The White Panda’s Top 40 mashups at Morrell tomorrow
There will be a new bear at Bowdoin this weekend with The White Panda coming to perform at Morrell Lounge on Saturday night.
Andrea Gibson to perform slam poetry tonight
The truth always manages to find a way to the surface. For Bowdoin students, the truth is coming in the form of slam poetry tonight when poet and activist Andrea Gibson makes her way to Brunswick.
American modernism on show at the Museum
A new exhibit entitled "Modernism at Bowdoin: American Paintings" was recently installed at the Bowdoin College Museum of Art. The exhibit features art from the first four decades of the 20th century, and draws on paintings obtained from both the Museum's collection as well as works from the Yale University Art Gallery.
Upcoming jazz performance allows students to break out
Next Monday, students usually found in practice rooms will be under the spotlight, singing to an audience rather than a soundproof wall.
BCCB to perform ‘GHOSTS!’ for fall concert
Concert will combine evocative music with animated video for
Halloween isn't over for the Bowdoin College Concert Band (BCCB), which will perform "GHOSTS!" for its fall concert on Sunday. The performance will feature a host of haunting spirit-themed pieces.
The Morning Benders to perform tomorrow night
The standard sounds of Smith Union will give way to the dancey melodies of three up-and-coming bands tomorrow night. WBOR is bringing The Morning Benders, Lady Lamb the Beekeper and The Milkman's Union for its annual fall concert.
White Panda show canceled, band member emergency arose
The Polar Bears will not meet the White Panda after all.
BCCB conjures a Halloween spook
Looking for early treats? The Bowdoin College Concert Band (BCCB) might have just the thing for your sweet tooth.
USM School of Music to perform Bach’s “B-minor Mass”
University of Southern Maine (USM) School of Music will perform Bach's "B-minor Mass" in Studzinski Recital Hall this Sunday. "[Bach's 'B-minor Mass'] remains today as the most compelling, most musically reasoned, most aesthetically rewarding of all settings—a standard of excellence perhaps for all time," said Professor of Music at USM Robert Russell.
College life is what your roommates make it
I was absolutely dead set against it. After eight years of basketball, tennis and soccer, I decided that college was not going to be just another year of athletics for me. This was going to be a year of "fun" weekends, academic-filled weeks and Gossip Girl Mondays. However, my floor had different plans for me.
Quintetssentials scheduled for Studzinski Sunday
International performers the Lydian String Quartet (LSQ) will join cellist Rhonda Rider in a "Quintetssentials" performance at Studzinski Recital Hall on Sunday.