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A hard day’s night: Saturday in the shuttle

Ellice Lueders10-4, OVER Bowdoin Shuttle Driver Levi Wark spends up to 10 hours a night driving Bowdoin students around campus and Brunswick. Spending so much time in this way has led him to gain a solid understanding of the area as well as Bowdoin students’ weekend routines.

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Polar Eyes

Truck Stop

Taco the Town is officially back from its winter hiatus. This food truck, run by Chef Tai Choo and his crew, is a unique addition to Brunswick’s culinary scene. Choo grew up eating from San Francisco taco trucks and brought his tastebuds to Maine, serving up tacos, burritos and quesadillas for his community.

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Talk of the Quad

Interview lessons

Caroline Carter I have the voice recordings from every interview I have conducted as an Orient reporter. At last count, I had 105, an average of slightly more than two interviews per week. They occupy a non-negligible portion of my phone’s memory space.

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Spindleworks fosters connections through art

At Spindleworks, a staff of seven professional “artist mentors” helps participants develop their artistic skills in a variety of media including writing, painting, drawing, pottery, sculpture, animation, filmmaking and musical theater. The center also provides artists with the opportunity to display and sell their work in local shows. Several Bowdoin students volunteer each year.

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