President Rose Throws a BBQ For Summer Students

More than 200 students spend the summer on campus, either working college jobs, doing research for independent projects or for professors, or interning for nearby organizations.

Many of them have fellowships through Bowdoin to support their pursuits. It’s become a tradition fo the college president to host a party for them, organized by the president’s office.Check out more photos.

Slideshow: Seniors Enjoy Final Days of College Before Graduation

With their final papers turned in and their end-of-semester exams history, the seniors have at last completed their college education. In the week leading up to Commencement, called Senior Week, the students have a few days to relax and enjoy their last days at Bowdoin.

Student Activities organizes lots of activities for seniors, including BBQs, food trucks on the quad, formal dinners and brunches, “pints with professors,” concerts and dances, as well as a few off-campus outings for zip-lining, trampolining, and playing paintball.

Check out a slideshow of images.