Where’s the Beef? Even in the Dessert During Bowdoin’s Polar Chef Competition

Culinary interpretations of beef tenderloin, variations on asparagus, and ice cream — carnivore-style — were parts of the 2010 Polar Chef competition, held Wednesday, March 3, 2010, in Thorne Dining Hall.

Preserving the History of Maine’s Old Canada Road (Bangor Daily News)

Efforts to preserve the history of Maine’s Upper Kennebec Valley include shining new light on a little-known historic Maine thoroughfare once travelled by British spies, cattlemen, and Benedict Arnold’s army.

The Dalai Lama ‘Tweets for a Better World’ (The Times)

The Dalai Lama is the latest and most senior world religious figure to appear on Twitter, the social networking site.

Bowdoin Students Tracing Lasting, Local Footprints of ‘Uncle Tom’s Cabin’

Bowdoin students are tracing Harriet Beecher Stowe’s footsteps through Brunswick as part of the class, Reading Uncle Tom’s Cabin in the Twenty-First Century, taught by Assistant Professor of Africana Studies and English Tess Chakkalakal.