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Talk of the Quad

“My dear, noble, but mistaken brother”

Kayla Snyder When Arthur McArthur Jr. graduated from Bowdoin in 1850, there was no Office of Career Planning to point him to jobs at Deloitte and L.L. Bean. His first decade after college was a whirlwind comedy of errors: he sailed off to the Gold Rush in California but almost starved in Panama, he joined a filibustering expedition to conquer Central America but washed up on a coral reef in the Caribbean, and he served as a major in the Civil War but was shot dead by a sniper in an orchard outside of Richmond, VA.

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Pazos shines bright, new light on old ideas

Sam HoneggerMeeting on sacred ground: Pazos joined the Office of Religious and Spiritual Life in August. He hopes to engage in dialogue both with students of faith and those who are questioning. Eduardo Pazos just moved into his office in 30 College.

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Community welcomes women STEM professors

Ann BasuA New Addition: Tanabe teaches mathematics while learning about liberal arts and the Bowdoin community. Three new female STEM professors, Assistant Professor of Computer Science Sarah Harmon, Assistant Professor of Biology Patricia Jones and Assistant Professor of Mathematics Naomi Tanabe, have joined Bowdoin faculty this year and are eager to engage with the liberal arts community.

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Teacher, activist, rabbi: Lisa Vinikoor guides Hillel

Jenny IbsenRabbi Lisa Vinikoor joined the Bowdoin community at the start of the school year. She discussed August's bias incident with students and hopes to help students navigate the current political climate. To Lisa Vinikoor, the journey from elementary school teacher to social justice worker to rabbi was a natural progression.

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