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Bowdoin College Museum of Art acquires antique camera owned by Winslow Homer
The Bowdoin College Museum of Art has acquired a late 19th-century Mawson & Swan camera originally owned by the renowned American artist Winslow Homer .
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National Review Online
The Man Without a Country
In his July 2008 speech in Berlin, when Barack Obama was at the height of his European popularity, he announced himself "a proud citizen of the United States and a fellow citizen of the world."
Thu Mar 13, 2014
Empty college team bus slides into NY restaurant
Bowdoin College officials say no one was aboard the men's hockey team bus when it slid down a hill during Wednesday's blizzard and hit a central New York restaurant.
Wed Mar 12, 2014
Driverless bus of college hockey team somehow crashes into well-known ...
Nick Canale had the Bowdoin College men's hockey team in his well-known Italian restaurant for lunch during Wednesday's snowstorm when he noticed the team's bus begin to lurch forward.
Tue Mar 11, 2014
Maine business leaders urged to take environment into account
Federal, state and local regulations designed to protect the environment are necessary, but they shouldn't be considered the foremost way to establish sustainable business practices, according to Steve Curwood, the host of the popular public radio show "Living on Earth," who presented a keynote address Tuesday morning at Coastal Enterprise Inc.'s ... (more)
Stow's Coby Horowitz sets NCAA Division 3 mile mark - Boston.com
Ever since he first hit the track with his middle school team, Coby Horowitz has been determined to "beat everyone and beat my personal best time.'
Tue Mar 04, 2014
Russia's action in Ukraine can affect Americans
Russia and the United States frequently do not see eye-to-eye on international conflicts.
Fri Feb 28, 2014
More than a thousand students from over 200 colleges and universities are descending on Washington, D.C. this weekend to deliver a stern message to a president they are not yet convinced is listening to dire warnings about climate change, the destructive impacts of the Keystone XL pipeline, and the fossil fuel paradigm overall.
Amherst Daily News
A novel use for former Via train station
An interesting thing happened in Brunswick, Maine last year. On Nov. 1, 2012, Amtrak extended two of its five daily Portland to Boston round trip trains north to Brunswick.
Thu Feb 27, 2014
350.org Reaction to State Department Inspector General Report on KXL
Pipeline opponents are pledging to turn up the heat on Secretary Kerry in reaction to the State Department's Inspector General report.
Tue Feb 25, 2014
The Charlotte Observer
Two NC natives help National Portrait Gallery define 'cool'
A photo of Thelonious Monk by William P. Gottlieb is one of 100 portraits in the National Portrait Gallery's exhibit "American Cool."
Sun Feb 23, 2014
Sat Feb 22, 2014
William James Glackens , Captain's Pier, 1912-1914. Oil on canvas, 25 1/8 x 30 1/8 inches .
Foster's Daily Democrat
Rye Beach college student missing in Rome
An American college student from Rye Beach, who is studying in Rome, has been missing for three days.
Thu Feb 20, 2014
Bangor Daily News
Bowdoin College unveils $3.4 million plan to convert former...
Bowdoin College is seeking approval from the Brunswick Planning Board for two projects totalling about $3.4 million that will expand its residential and administrative facilities.
Wed Feb 19, 2014
Don Roberts: Actions against Bowdoin group point to religious discrimination
For nearly a decade, Robert Gregory and his wife, Sim, have provided students at Bowdoin College with Christian ministry, leading Bible studies in the dining hall, facilitating chapel services and hosting off-campus events.
New Hampshire Public Radio -
Bowdoin Exhibit Explores Racist Images Spawned by Anti-Slavery Novel
An exhibition of controversial images and objects associated with Uncle Tom's Cabin is on display at Bowdoin College in Brunswick - the town where Harriet Beecher Stowe wrote much of the groundbreaking mid-19th century novel.
Sun Feb 16, 2014
When it comes to hipness, these are the coolest cats in town
James Dean is leaning back, drawing on a cigarette, looking away from the camera as a mirror behind him in the black and white photograph creates a shadow image of a good-looking young man who, even in a quiet moment, seems remote, resistant to what's expected of him.
Fri Feb 14, 2014
M.D. HARMON: Many colleges, university disregard education's 'common core'
"It cannot be assumed that students at any age will always select the subjects that constitute education.
Thu Feb 13, 2014
What cool looks like
James Dean is leaning back, drawing on a cigarette, looking away from the camera as a mirror behind him in the black-and-white photograph creates a shadow image of a good-looking young man who, even in a quiet moment, seems remote, resistant to what's expected of him.