Paul Nixon was dean of students for almost thirty years, and his diaries tell of the very real needs felt by his charges. The Dean Nixon Discretionary Fund is a seed that has grown into our push for endowed comprehensive aid.
The inspiration for Kary Antholis ’84 to start the Andrew Haldane ’41 Scholarship Fund came not during a campus visit or an alumni meet-up, but at work—overseeing HBO's World War II miniseries The Pacific.
下载大公鸡解梦册as an important milestone approaches, an exhibition at the hawthorne-longfellow library features historic documents that bring to light the complicated journey to maine’s statehood two hundred years ago.
Psychedelics as Catalysts for Conversion. Joan of Arc: Queer Icon. Mangrove Responses to Anthropogenic Changes. These are just a sampling of the papers submitted so far to Putnam's Proud Papers Project.
colby santana ’23—an eco hip-hop artist from maine—has written songs like “it ain't easy being wheezy” (about air pollution) and “no more fish in the sea” to muse on the environmental impacts of our wasteful ways.
Elite colleges are accepting more diverse and disadvantaged students than ever—but to Anthony Jack, access does not equal acceptance. In talks, he details how class divides on campus create barriers to academic success—and shares what schools can do to truly level the playing field.
FOR SAMA is both an intimate and epic journey into the female experience of war. A love letter from a young mother to her daughter, the film tells the story of Waad al-Kateab’s life through five years of the uprising in Aleppo, Syria.