Student dance groups and dance classes recently performed on the Museum of Art’s steps, delighting the audience with their innovative choreography, skill, and often, good sense of humor. This is part II of a two-part video, showing a dance performed by students in Dance 111 and 211, two classes offered this semester by Senior Lecturer in Dance Performance Gwyneth Jones, who also choreographed the piece. Special guests (staff and faculty) make a surprise appearance. Watch the first video.
Howard Vandersea, Bowdoin’s football coach for 16 years, will be inducted into the Maine Sports Hall of Fame this weekend. On Sunday afternoon at the Bangor Civic Center, Vandersea, who is 70, will be honored for his dedication to football, particularly college football in New England, by joining the 37th class of the Hall of Fame.
He finished his long coaching career at Bowdoin (1984-2000), where his teams went 46-79-3, according to the Bangor Daily News.
If you weren’t able to attend the 2012 Scholarship Appreciation Luncheon, or want to relive what President Barry Mills has called “the most important gathering of the year at Bowdoin,” this video documents the entire program, start to finish, featuring remarks from President Mills, inspiring addresses delivered by Bowdoin Trustee Deborah Jensen Barker ’80 and La’Shaye Ervin ’12, and a performance by Bowdoin’s Afro-Latin American Music Ensemble.
John Lefeber '14 sparked Bowdoin's seventh-inning rally with an RBI single.
The Bowdoin College baseball team scored four runs in the seventh inning to rally for its first-ever NCAA Tournament win Thursday afternoon, 6-4, over the University of Southern Maine.
Head coach Mike Connolly discusses Bowdoin’s first-ever NCAA Tournament victory here.
Bowdoin will look to stay alive when they face Western New England at 10 a.m. Friday in another elimination game. Fans can follow the action via live stats and video available here.