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Gateway to the Digital Humanities
By Abby McBride
With the same kind of energy that has transformed financial markets and political campaigns, computations tools are revolutionizing humanistic studies, and Bowdoin’s new Digital and Computations Studies Initiative is ahead of the curve.
By Andy Serwer '81 - Photographs by Brian Wedge ’97
San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee ’74 is known around the city by his iconic facial hair. Fortune magazine managing editor Andy Serwer ’81 introduces us to the man behind the moustache and explains how this leader of one of America’s major cities remains a community organizer at heart.
A Mighty Presence
By Kathryn Miles
Few moments have defined American history as distinctly as the summer of 1863. The Battle of Gettysburg’s sesquicentennial prompts new inquiry into Bowdoin’s influence during the Civil War.
The Accidental Entrepreneurs
By Beth Kowitt '07 - Photographs by Karsten Moran '05
Their industries may not overlap, but sibling entrepreneur Arlyn ’03 and Eric Davich ’06 share the same startup world—a coincidence that keeps them comparing notes on a professional existence that can be punctuated with extreme highs and extreme lows.
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