Assistant US Attorney Leah Bressack ’04 Testifies in Support of Supreme Court Nominee Neil Gorsuch (C-SPAN)

Assistant U.S. Attorney (Maryland) Leah J. Bressack ’04 testifies before the Senate Committee on the Judiciary March 22, 2017.

Leah J. Bressack ’04, an assistant U.S. attorney in Maryland, testified before the Senate Committee on the Judiciary Thursday, March 22, 2017, in support of the nomination of Judge Neil Gorsuch to be an associate justice of the Supreme Court of the United States.

Bressack, who called Gorsuch a mentor, was a law clerk for the U.S. Court of Appeals circuit judge in Denver from 2009 to 2011, and is married to Albert Mayer ’03. Watch Bressack’s testimony, beginning at 1:05:30.

So, Maybe Not the Economy? The Real Reason So Many American Men Are Not Working (Atlantic)

A poor job market has long been the accepted explanation for why so many American men are unemployed, but new research shows poor health may be a more compelling reason. Read more in The Atlantic.

Map: Learn Every Country’s Most Popular Tourist Attraction (Thrillist)

Click image to view series of maps revealing every country’s most popular attraction.

College Searching Tips: Top 10 Things for Parents Not To Do

Whitney Soule

As hundreds of colleges and universities release decisions, admissions anxiety is reaching a fever pitch in households across the country. That angst extends to high school juniors and their families, as well, as they just begin the process.

Whitney Soule, Bowdoin’s dean of admissions and financial aid,  shared with Bowdoin Magazine readers the following list of the top ten things parents should not do as they help their child through it all.