Former Senate Majority Leader George Mitchell ’54 covers a lot of ground — talking about everything from the Ireland peace accord, which he brokered, to his one regret after declining President Bill Clinton’s offer to name him to the U.S. Supreme Court — as he walks Acadia National Park and speaks from his home in Maine with CBS Sunday Morning’s Rita Braver.
Updated weekly, a compilation of links to published obituaries may now be found in the right-hand column of the Bowdoin Daily Sun. A more complete obituary will follow in a forthcoming issue of Bowdoin magazine, and once published, will be available in the Bowdoin magazine online archives. If you’d like to submit an obituary for someone with ties to the College, you may email it to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Min "Ivy" Xing ’15
Min “Ivy” Xing ’15 this summer closely followed a doctor in Texas who has a robust online reputation — his Twitter feed has almost 6,000 followers.
As the physician posted on topics such as Hodgkin lymphoma or metabolite-sensing G protein-coupled receptors, Xing meticulously tracked his tweets and the responses of his followers.
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