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You can’t go wrong with these distinguished pilot style polarized aviator sunglasses. The timelessly fashionable design synchronizes perfectly with today’s bold eyewear trends. The wire frames are luxuriously lightweight, yet durable and snug on the face.

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Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

The Work Ahead
Bowdoin has identified the key work that will be done in 2021 to address issues of diversity, equity, and inclusion, along with the metrics that will be used to measure progress. Read more »

Representation, Recognition, Celebration

"What Does Latinx Heritage Month Mean to You?"

With Latinx Heritage Month and Beyond starting Wednesday, September 15, Bowdoin’s Latin American Student Organization (LASO) helped throw a kickoff party the weekend before to bring students together.

NSF Grant News

Algebra, Robots, and Diversity

Math professor Eric Ramos celebrates his arrival at Bowdoin with an NSF grant. He will use the award not only to fund research into algebra and combinatorics, but also to promote diversity among math students and scholars.