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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

Charter Schools

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


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

Personal History

Fanny Chamberlain: Heroine In A General's Love Story (Part 1)

The old man leaned on his cane, ignoring the aching war wound from decades before. It was such a beautiful day, and the walk had been pleasant, except for the last hundred yards. 1,389 more words


From Rural Cambodia to the United States—And Back: An Interview with Vatey Srun Kea

Nations & States co-founder Edward Mahabir was fortunate enough to interview Vatey Srun Kea, a young woman from rural Cambodia who is pursuing a career in international development. 1,332 more words


Bowdoin Students in Therapy After ‘Culturally Appropriating’ Tequila Party

This is from Breitbart.

What would Joshua Lawrence Chamberlain think of these precious little snowflakes?

, a private liberal arts college in Maine, has offered… 302 more words

Tales From The Safe Space, Part 5 – Return Of The Sombrero Scandals

The selective outrage at supposed acts of “cultural appropriation” on university campuses takes proactive offence-seeking to a dismal new level

There is no article of clothing more likely to make a British or American university administrator break out in a cold sweat today than the sight of a sombrero on campus. 1,322 more words

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