Category: Bowdoin

Students Wear Hard Hats to Roux Center Classes

By JACOB BASKES Aug. 30, 2018

Students attended their first classes of the year on Wednesday, marking the beginning of the 2018-2019 academic season and the long-awaited opening of Bowdoin’s Roux Center for the Environment. Despite setbacks in construction, the Center was opened just in time, although students are required to don hard hats and safety vests in order to protect themselves from falling pipes, scaffolding debris, and the small cranes still establishing the building’s outer shell. Continue reading “Students Wear Hard Hats to Roux Center Classes”

‘Occident’ Released, Bowdoin Orient Drops to 3rd Best Campus Satire Publication

By THE REAL JACOB BASKES May 12, 2018

Each year, the Bowdoin Orient releases its attempt at comedy, publishing an eight-page collection of all of the jokes they manage to think of throughout the year. Despite the anticipation surrounding the 2018 edition, released this past Friday, the official vote has now dropped the Orient from second to third place on the list of Best Campus Satire. Continue reading “‘Occident’ Released, Bowdoin Orient Drops to 3rd Best Campus Satire Publication”

Lonely First-Year Orders Half-a-Dozen Prospective Students on Amazon Prime

By ARJUN MEHTA Apr. 20, 2018

Liz Harper ’21 spent yesterday gearing up for the weekend by ordering a half-dozen ‘prospies’ on Amazon Prime. After the Class of 2022’s Open House, a weekend designed to give admitted students a glimpse into the lives of first-years without revealing too much about the Bowdoin experience Continue reading “Lonely First-Year Orders Half-a-Dozen Prospective Students on Amazon Prime”