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Track and field brief

The men’s and women’s track and field teams were in action this past Saturday at the Bowdoin 5 Way Meet. The women’s team finished fourth overall but saw some strong individu… Read More...

Jeffrey Maser named UAA athlete of the week

The University Athletic Association (UAA) selected Jeffrey Maser ’15 as the UAA’s men’s indoor track and field athlete of the week ending Jan. 16.

Maser earned his first co… Read More...

Moveable feasts: the top 10 films of 2011

A confession: I love making lists. If there’s downtime in class, I’ll make chronological lists of the American presidents, British monarchs and novels of William Faulkner. … Read More...

Criss and Bridges ‘Succeed’ on Broadway

“How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying”: Let’s face it, that’s the ideal Broadway show for a second-semester senior to see. This break I saw the show with my mot… Read More...

Another day, another picture

On Jan. 1, 2011, I took a photograph. From then on, I took a photo a day for the entirety of 2011. These photos didn’t have much in common. I didn’t adhere to any specific guideline… Read More...

‘War Horse’ brings little-told story to screen

Steven Spielberg’s new epic film “War Horse” is about a boy and his horse whose bond cannot be broken by World War I.

In this film, a horse named Joey and his original owner, Alb… Read More...

‘We Bought a Zoo’ inspires laughter, tears

“You know, sometimes all you need is 20 seconds of insane courage. Just literally 20 seconds of just embarrassing bravery. And I promise you, something great will come of it.” … Read More...

2011 in video games: the best of a decent year

2011 presented a dearth of great new video games, despite the many new editions of established franchises. Nonetheless, below are my top 10 favorites from last year.

“Dragon Ag… Read More...

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