Late February 2013. College Magazine has just named Bowdoin College one of the Top 10 Universities To Find A Wife. Worn down by the never-ending winter, and uncharacteristically prone to suggestibility, everyone at Bowdoin promptly finds a wife to move in with. These are their stories: 1. Husband: Can you turn that down please? Wife: [...]
View as slideshow Men For Consent@MenforConsent ConsentFest is tomorrow! We’ll be tweeting about it with the hashtag #consentfest See you there! facebook.com/events/5719830… Fri, Feb 22 2013 07:16:27 ReplyRetweetFavorite On February 22nd and 23rd, representatives from Bennington, Hamilton, Bowdoin, Colby, Smith, and School of the Art Institute Chicago made their way to rural MA to meet [...]
On this President’s Day, let’s take a moment to reflect on the three leaders of our nation who graduated from a school now part of the ‘Cac: Franklin Pierce, Bowdoin c/o 1824, 14th President of the U.S. Notable for: Generally being regarded as the fourth-worst president Cool literary friend: Nathaniel Hawthorn Other friend: the South [...]
Good. We aren’t either. Valentines Day may technically be over, but we have one more holiday task for our ‘Cac compatriots. Remember when we helped Colby couple Alyssa and Nick win their dream Maine wedding in 2012? Well, here’s another opportunity to grant a serious wish, because Bowdoin grad Caroline ’08 and her partner Jenna [...]
The Brunswick, ME entertainers in the below video are willing to travel to your party or event. Price negotiable.
As of February 1st, Amherst College stepped up its green game and turned over to single-stream recycling, joining its fellow ‘Cac counterparts at Bowdoin, Hamilton, Trinity and Wesleyan. What is “single stream” recycling anyway? How could throwing a bunch of different materials in the same bin be a better, more sustainable method? When papers, [...]
“No direct coal investment” is what the student leaders of the Williams Divest Coal campaign are proposing. It might seem bold, but there are two problems. Firstly, only 3% of Williams’ $1.8 billion dollar endowment is directly managed by the college; that takes $1.75 billion of the table from the beginning. Secondly, not a dollar [...]