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The Polar Bear statue in front of Bowdoin's Smith Union.
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The Polar Bear statue in front of Bowdoin's Smith Union.
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Prepare and Protect

Mark Swann '84, of the Preble Street Resource Center
Finding Our Way

皇冠hg0088备用网址In the early days of COVID-19, Bowdoin alumni in Maine were planning, preparing, and getting in place to tackle not just the virus—but the effects it would have on Maine’s industry, children and families, and our most vulnerable populations.

A Scholarly Summer

2020 Mellon Mays fellows
Meet the Newest Mellon Mays Fellows

Each spring, a small group of Bowdoin sophomores is selected as Mellon Mays Undergraduate Fellows. Starting in the summer, the students begin independent research projects and participate in other activities as a community of scholars.

A History Lesson

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How Did the President Get So Powerful?

Government professor Andrew Rudalevige is featured on NPR’s Throughline podcast talking about US presidential power. How did the power of the President end up exceeding anything the Founding Fathers planned? he asks.

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