Bowdoin College

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Bowdoin College,

at Brunswick, Maine; coeducational; chartered 1794, opened 1802, named for James Bowdoin. One of the nation's older colleges, its alumni include Nathaniel Hawthorne, Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, and Franklin Pierce.
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His juvenility prevented him from entering those universities, and so, in 1909, we find him a freshman at historic Bowdoin College.
Compiled by Joachim Homman (Curator of the Bowdoin College Museum of Art), with commentaries by twenty knowledgeable contributors, "Why Draw?
257,500 for an Upward Bound program proposed by Bowdoin College to serve 60 students in the Midcoast and Downeast regions; and $457,551 for an Upward Bound program proposed by Bowdoin College to serve students in the Midcoast and Downeast regions.
He graduated from Bowdoin College, Brunswick, Maine, in 1948.
When Frazer Clark and I were organizing the infrastructure of the Society back in 1974, we realized that we would need an efficient, dedicated treasurer of the group, and Frazer suggested Art Monke, head of the Hawthorne-Longfellow Library at Bowdoin College in Brunswick, Maine, as not only a most capable over-seer of funds, but also a person who quite naturally would help maintain important ties between the Society per se and Bowdoin College where, of course, Hawthorne attended.
David served Bowdoin College as an Overseer from 1986-1996 and Trustee from 1996 to 2003.
Boeckmann is a graduate of Bowdoin College in Brunswick, Maine, and Columbia Business School.
McGree (specializing in modern and contemporary visual culture of Africa and the African diaspora and who has spent more than a decade teaching art history at Bowdoin College, Bunswick, Maine) has created a showcase of more than 200 full-color and b/w images featuring Driskell's work and life--including personal photographs of Driskell, his family, friends, and associates.
Bowdoin College and Bates College in Maine, neither of which requires any standardized tests for admission.
OBITUARY: Sid Watson, an NFL halfback in the 1950s who went on to lead Maine's Bowdoin College hockey team to four Eastern College Athletic Conference Division II titles during 24 years as coach, died at 71 after a heart attack at his home in Naples, Fla.
Green Party patriarch and Bowdoin College professor John Rensenbrink, another Mainer, points out that when Carter first ran for governor in 1994, the media yawned.
These new contracts and expansions are with leading firms across a range of vertical markets, including: Belk, Bowdoin College, Chico's, Dunkin Brands, Samsonite, Southern Illinois Healthcare and Virgin America.