Archives for January 2011

Polar Bear Scoreboard

Nordic Ski Team — The Bowdoin College nordic ski team finished runners-up at the 2011 Broomhall Cup, the de facto Maine State Championship, Sunday afternoon at Black Mountain.

Women’s Ice Hockey — Kayte Holtz scored her second hat trick in as many days and Sage Santangelo made 32 saves in a 8-2 Bowdoin victory against Sacred Heart Sunday afternoon.

Women’s Squash — The women’s squash team beat Connecticut College, 9-0, during matches at home Sunday.

Men’s Squash —  The men’s squash team was the winner in two match-ups Sunday, besting Connecticut College, 8-1, and Denison, 9-0.

Getting Students Out of Egypt (Inside Higher Ed)

There are no Bowdoin students currently studying in Egypt, but a number of other American colleges and universities—including Middlebury—do have students there. In the midst of the growing turmoil in Cairo, most have announced plans to evacuate their students this week.

Bowdoin Events Shed New Light On ‘Ulysses’

James Joyce scholar Bowdoin English Professor Marilyn Reizbaum is hosting The Ulysses Project, a semester-long celebration of Ulysses that includes lectures, films, exhibitions, reading groups and an academic symposium. Just say “Yes.”

Actor Philip Goodwin ’76 as ‘Flamboyant Provacateur’ (Washington Post)

Philip Goodwn '76 as Kenneth Tynan. Photo: Carol Pratt, courtesy of The Studio Theatre

Broadway stage veteran Philip Goodwin ’76 currently stars in the one-man show Tynan, portraying Englishman Kenneth Tynan, the famously flamboyant and provocative theater critic who “helped steer the course of 20th-century drama.”