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Bowdoin Gears Up for New Climate Action Goals

With the College preparing to unveil an updated Climate Action Plan later this spring that will include specific goals for the coming years, Bowdoin’s investment office is taking important steps in support of the green economy.


  • Kicking and Screaming

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    Fighting the Good Fight

    Forget Game of Thrones, this Shakespearean war epic has it all: privilege, greed, betrayal, unchecked ambition, and brutal conflict, says theater professor and expert fight choreographer Sally Wood.

  • What You Need to Know

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    Election 2020: "Stay Engaged!"

    网上体育投注官网As the battle for the Democratic party nomination gathers momentum and as Americans look ahead to the 2020 presidential election, respected political pundit Amy Walter visits campus to deliver this year’s Cassidy Lecture.

  • The Power of the Collective

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    An Insight into African American Political Behavior

    Government professor Chryl Laird’s much anticipated book, Steadfast Democrats, looks at why black Americans remain so politically unified as a group, even though a growing number of them diverge from Democrats on key issues.

  • Better for All

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    Anthony Jack: College for the 'Privileged Poor'

    As Anthony Abraham Jack, assistant professor at the Harvard Graduate School of Education, delivered the biannual Kenneth V. Santagata Memorial Lecture, the crowd in Kresge Auditorium clung to his every word.

  • Enhancing the Humanities

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    Diving into Rare Books

    A Bowdoin professor and a librarian have won summer fellowships at UVA's Rare Book School. They say this will enhance collections-based study here at Bowdoin and reinforce a new learning initiative in book studies.

  • Highlights from the Field

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    Anthropology Students Conduct Far-Reaching Research

    网上体育投注官网Three anthropology students with funding from Riley Research Awards have pursued independent research about Jamaican dance halls, affirmative action in Brazilian universities, and lesbianism in New York City.

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