Bowdoin, Tuck Collaborate on Financial Accounting Course (EducationDive)

hubbard256Bowdoin’s new collaboration with Dartmouth’s Tuck Business School is featured as one of “7 ways higher ed institutions are increasingly joining forces” on EducationDive.

This spring, Bowdoin students will have the opportunity to work with a team of Tuck and Bowdoin faculty to study financial accounting.

Students Turn the Tables on Dining

dining-thank-you12122014_0094-256x170Four residents of Ladd House recently organized a deluxe dessert party for dining employees, to give them a chance to be pampered by students for once. Read the story.

Action-Packed First Semester for First-Years

First-year students are about to go home for the holidays with their first college semester under their belts. What have they been learning, exactly? We took a look back at four of this fall’s first-year seminars: Weapons of the Weak, Film Noir, How to Read a Million Books, and Personal Genomes.

The 1944 film ”Double Indemnity” provided material for the first-year seminar ”Film Noir,” taught by English professor Ann Kibbie  (Image: Wikimedia Commons)

The 1944 film ”Double Indemnity” provided material for one segment of Ann Kibbie’s first-year seminar ”Film Noir.” (Image: Wikimedia Commons)