Upcoming Bowdoin Events to Be Streamed Live on the Web

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If you’re interested in an upcoming lecture, presentation or performance but can’t make it to campus, the College keeps adding to the number of events that will be streamed live on the Internet or recorded and archived on BowdoinTalks.
Upcoming live presentations include:
New listings will appear under “Happening on Campus” on the Bowdoin homepage and on the calendar section of the website. Just go to Bowdoin’s Live Webcasts page or to the Bowdoin Daily Sun on the date and time listed above, and you’ll get a front-row seat!
And for those who want to follow the Polar Bears this fall, just click on the “Live Coverage” tab on the athletics website.


  1. Dick Burns '58 says:

    How can I watch this Spring’s Spindel lecture. Unfortunaltely, I missed it.

    Please let me know.

    Dick Burns

  2. Mary Jo Keaney says:

    So excited about opportunity to watch streamed presentations and performances!

  3. Jeanette MacNeille says:

    Wonderful that you’re doing this.

  4. Frank Marafiote says:

    These webcasts sound like a wonderful resource for those of us in the community who want to benefit from (take advantage of?) college resources and its connections with experts in various fields. I’m looking forward to tuning in. Thank you!

  5. From the Editor: The Spring 2014 Spindel Lecture (David D’Arcy on Recovering Nazi Art Loot) — and many other lectures and presentations — is available online at bowdointalks.net

    Here’s a direct link: http://www.bowdointalks.net/harry-spindel-memorial-lectureship-david-darcy-on-recovering-nazi-art-loot/

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