On Halloween night, a spooky assemblage of polar bears, princesses and superheroes converged on Maine Street, where they were greeted by candy and groups of costume-clad College House residents.
Trick-or-treaters traveled to Boody-Johnson House to carve and paint pumpkins, MacMillan House to decorate cookies or Quinby House to have their faces painted.
Brunswick’s old firehouse, built in 1919, is one of the few remaining historically significant buildings in town. After the site fell into disrepair, the fire department moved into a newly constructed fire station earlier this year on Pleasant Street, leaving the historic building vacant, but open for new opportunities.
Nothing captures the essence of Bowdoin like a warm sunny day on the Quad. Students lounge on beach blankets shielding their screens from the sun as they attempt to get a reading done. Hammocks and slacklines anchored between two trees create mini coves in an open expanse of grass.