This spring, seniors C. Agustin Vergara and Stanton Plummer-Cambridge will publish the fourth issue of a magazine they introduced to campus last year. Called The Bowdoin Globalist, their magazine’s coverage goes far beyond Brunswick, tackling issues around the world from the Mexican drug war to the food crisis in North Korea.
Vergara and Plummer-Cambridge said they launched the magazine to reflect Bowdoin’s broad reach. “We’re located in Midcoast Maine, but we have a tradition of being involved internationally,” Vergara said, naming alumni with international careers, such as George Mitchell ’54 and Christopher Hill ’74, as well as numerous professors. “We’re bursting that Bowdoin bubble and delving into every part of the world.”