Student Depressed That Bowdoin Class Confessions Has More Friends Than He Does

By JACK ARNHOLZ Nov. 7, 2017

Sophomore Dennis Talwar has said that feels depressed that Bowdoin Class Confessions, a new Facebook page that aims to “shed light on student’s experiences related to socioeconomic class, race, gender, sexuality,” has more Facebook friends than he does.

“I mean I get that Bowdoin Class Confessions is trying to give a voice to those who may feel that their voice is not heard on campus,” said Talwar. “But, similarly, the only people who get to hear me talk about how Bernie would have won the election if it wasn’t for the DNC are my friends! It’s the same thing.”Screen Shot 2017-11-07 at 14.48.39

Reportedly, Bowdoin Class Confessions has upwards of 1,000 friends on Facebook, while Talwar only has 883.

“It’s not that I don’t have that many friends in real life. I have a ton of friends. I have a ton of friends and some of them are even black,” Talwar said. “It’s that I don’t use Facebook that much.” Talwar, however, posted three articles last Tuesday about Jared Kushner’s emails.

When asked about his recent social media behavior, Talwar said, “The Republican Party: Party of Trump. Party of Hate. Party of Idiocy.”


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