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Kathryn McGinnis

Number of articles: 5

First Article: September 15, 2017

Latest Article: October 27, 2017

Visual Arts

Artist Tatana Kellner urges political engagement through art

“What happened last October?” Tatana Kellner asked students gathered at the popup show for her printmaking installation “Please Exit, Doors are Closing” on Tuesday in the Edwards Center for Art and Dance. Answer: the 2016 presidential debates, a time during which Kellner was working and reflecting on questions surrounding immigration policy in America.

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Cross Country

Cross country hopes to continue success at home

Ann BasuRacing home: Naphtali Moulton '19, Sean MacDonald '19 and Demeke Geremew '21 race in the Bowdoin Invitational II at home. Both teams finished in first place in Bowdoin Invitational I and II. While most students enjoyed a well-deserved break from college life last weekend, Bowdoin’s cross country teams travelled to Boston to compete against fellow NESCAC and some Division I teams in the New England Invitational after placing first in both the Bowdoin Invitational I and II.

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The launch of an idea

On Thursday, Hawthorne-Longfellow Library hosted the first in a series of humanities-focused faculty book launches. Throughout the course of the year, six professors will introduce their newly published works, in a format intended to spark conversations.

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