Hundreds of photographs — works of fine art as well as images documenting significant news events — have been given to the Bowdoin College Museum of Art and the Peary-MacMillan Arctic Museum by Isaac “Ike” Lagnado, a member of the Class of 1971. The most recent gifts, received by the College in 2011 and 2012, are the latest in a series of donations Lagnado has made to the College and to museums around the country.
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It’s standing room only in Morrell Gym these days, at least on the lower level, owing to the removal of the wooden bleachers. They were disassembled earlier this week and taken away to be repurposed as flooring. Metal parts were bound for a recycling facility. New seating manufactured by Hussey Seating in North Berwick, Maine, will be installed in the lower level, while existing seating on the upper level is refurbished. Crews will also seize this break in athletic action to sand and refinish the floor, installing Bowdoin’s Polar Bear logo at center court, along with other marks.
Donald Goldsmith '65
Donald Goldsmith ’65, newly elected member of the Board of Trustees, has been honored with the American Foundation for the Blind’s (AFB) prestigious Helen Keller Achievement Award for continuing Keller’s legacy to leave the world a better place than she found it. The award was given at a black-tie gala in New York City, at the 17th annual Helen Keller Achievement Awards ceremony June 7.
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Fox 25 News interviewed Boston College professor Joe Tecce ’55, a body language expert, for his opinion on Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick’s recent press conference with controversial US Senate candidate Elizabeth Warren.