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Campus news of the week: A snow day, a swastika, new furry friends

Welcome to the new Campus news of the week roundup here at USA TODAY College. There are around five thousand colleges and universities in the U.S. 799 more words

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Bowdoin: Celebrating Bowdoin’s Molinari Medals and Plaquettes [Digital Archive]

In development: a digital archive of medals and plaquettes. “Modeled after ancient precedents, medals and plaquettes, which emerged during the Renaissance, celebrated political, religious, and cultural leaders, as well as commemorating transformative events. 47 more words

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Bowdoin College - a Long History of Liberal Arts Education

Anil Jethmal has more than 25 years of experience in the fields of investment and finance. Anil Jethmal prepared for his career by studying economics at Bowdoin College in Maine. 140 more words

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Inauguration Day, 1861 - The Fine Books Blog

For folks worrying about today’s inauguration, take heart and consider the first swearing-in ceremony of America’s sixteenth president, Abraham Lincoln. (Read more at: Inauguration Day, 1861 – The Fine Books Blog 18 more words

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Discussing remedies for education and injustice at Bowdoin College

Recently I had my first opportunity to visit the beautiful state of Maine to give the Brodie Lecture at Bowdoin College. Before I get to the serious stuff, I’d like to share some of the photos from the visit. 256 more words

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Wilmington's Aoki & DiStefano Recognized As Top Students At Bowdoin

BRUNSWICK, ME — Bowdoin College recently celebrates its highest ranking students at the College’s annual Sarah and James Bowdoin Day on Friday, October 21 in the Pickard Theater on campus. 95 more words

Education

I Attend another School for Boys

On the weekend before my last finals at St. John’s, the loudspeakers came alive on a Sunday morning.  A local diocese had organized an afternoon of bridge for ladies at the Preston Beach Hotel, an old-fashioned resort on the beach on Swampscott. 5,854 more words

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