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Around the world on a day off

Amsterdam, Viet Nam, Italy and Greece… all on a day off.  Just for fun, David and I recently took the Downeaster Amtrack train out of Durham, New Hampshire to Brunswick, Maine and what a pleasant surprise to have our senses tickled with artistic influences from all those continental destinations. 141 more words

Life Inspirations

A Brunswick Hodgepodge

I’ve been remodeling the city guide feature of the website lately, and as I’ve been working on that I’ve realized there are a lot of miscellaneous places from different cities that I have yet to blog about but have been meaning to for quite some time. 972 more words

United States

Bowdoin Horror Story

Prospective students are visiting Bowdoin this weekend, so one of the most obvious things to do to welcome them is to take them on Bowdoin’s Haunted Tour! 243 more words

United States

A new Chelsea gallery: The Curator Gallery

The Curator Gallery is a unique type of gallery. Recently opened by Anne S. Moore, exhibitions at the gallery are developed using visiting curators. Each show will have a different perspective and vision because the curators will always be changing. 408 more words

Math Art

Refuting Naysayers against Gender Neutral Housing

As a relative of a Bowdoin student, the issue of gender-neutral housing has definitely been rampant in recent frame of mind. In the college’s newspaper, The… 297 more words

Gender Neutral Housing

¡ChocoMuseo!

Creative title? No. One of the best museums in existence? Yes.

During our last day in Antigua, the Bowdoin ASB team met up with some of the Bowdoin Alumni team that was going to be working with Safe Passage the following week, and we did so at the one and only (I’ve actually figured out that this museum isn’t unique to Guatemala and they have locations all over Latin America…) 459 more words

Food

An Atitlán Outing

I begrudgingly write this blog post about sunny Guatemala after trudging back to my apartment in the snow to return to school now that spring break is over. 574 more words

Outdoors