Eliza Graumlich

Location icon United States of America

Recent graduate of Bowdoin College. Interested in writing and museum education. Fluent in Spanish.

BSG Gifts President Mills With Student's Oyster Shell Sculpture

With a 14-year tenure as the president of a prestigious liberal arts college under his belt, the world will be President Barry Mills' oyster when he steps down from his position this spring. And the Bowdoin Student Government (BSG) won't let him forget it.

Students Launch New Theater Group, Donate First Ticket Sales to Local Nonprofits

This weekend Beyond the Proscenium premiered its first production: Spring Awakening, a German rock musical based on Frank Wedekind's eponymous 1891 play. Beyond the Proscenium - founded earlier this year and led by Emily Bungert '15, Sarah Guilbault '18, Cordelia Orbach '17 and Jae Yeon Yoo '18 - is a site-specific theatre group.

Students Analyze Alternative Spring Break Trips

Student participants of Alternative Spring Break trips gathered recently with faculty, peers and representatives from local agencies to explore opportunities for continued engagement in the social issues they investigated during their March break. The evening event was called Perspectives, the culminating event of the ASB program.

Bowdoin Museum of Art Celebrates Opening with Pie

Finding a reason to celebrate is as easy as pie at the Bowdoin College Museum of Art. On March 14th at 9:26:53, calendars and clocks lined up with the first 10 digits of pi-3.14.15 9:26:53, or 3.141592653-a once-in-a-lifetime occurrence.

The Best Chili on Campus? Thorne Hosts Student Cook-off

Bowdoin students like it hot - at least when it comes to chili. Last night, the 11th Annual Doug Pollack Polar Chef Competition pitted student chef against student chef in a chili cook-off. Three teams - one from each dining hall and one from Smith Union - cooked up nine gallons of chili each, offering samples to diners who had to vote on their favorite recipe.

Student Hackathon Inspires Grand Ideas

Students from Bowdoin, Bates, Colby and beyond were recently camped out in David Saul Smith Union for 36 hours to participate in one of the first hackathons ever held by a liberal arts college: CBBHacks. "Most people hear the word hack and immediately want no part in it.

Bowdoin's Dr. Pols Enlightens Students on AIDS in the 21st Century

Though medical advances have largely displaced AIDS from the forefront of national concern, the disease continues to have a significant presence in the United States, according to Dr. Birgit Pols, Bowdoin's health services director. The rate of new HIV infections in the U.S. has been stable since the 1990s, despite increased awareness and prevention strategies.

Embracing the Ice: Bowdoin's 3rd Annual Arctic Museum Reception

As Maine temperatures dip to the single digits, many students feel as if they might as well be in the Arctic. Though a true polar expedition of the kind documented in the museum requires months of preparation - followed by months of grueling travel - last Friday's third annual Arctic Museum reception provided the next best thing.