President Rose speaks with renowned leader and business strategist Kenneth Chenault, former CEO of American Express, now chairman and managing director at venture capital firm General Catalyst and board member at Airbnb, Facebook, and more. Introduction by Randy Stakeman, associate professor of history and Africana studies emeritus.
Jeff Hom ’04 speaking at the 2019 Reunion Convocation Exercises on June 1.
Cal Mackenzie ’67 speaking at the Cal Mackenzie ’67 speaking at the 2019 Reunion Convocation Exercises on June 1.
Alvin Hall ’74 offering remarks the 2019 Reunion Convocation Exercise on June 1.
Reunion Talks: “Banking, Business, and Brexit: A Conversation with Jes Staley ’79, P’11”
Bowdoin President Clayton Rose interviews Jes Staley ’79, P’11, group chief executive at Barclays.
Join McKeen Center for the Common Good staff to learn about student initiatives and to have a conversation with alumni who are working for the common good. Alumni and student speakers include Karen Butterfield ’84, Ian Yaffe ’09, Hannah Wurgaft ’14, and Safiya Osei ’21.
Reunion Talks: “Global Hot Spots” with Ambassador Christopher Hill ’74, P’10, H’14, chief global advisor to the University of Denver.
Bowdoin Chorus and Mozart Mentors Orchestra present Ernest Bloch’s monumental Sacred Service/Avodath Hakodesh, directed by Anthony Antolini ‘63 and featuring baritone soloist Cantor Scott Sokol. The Sacred Service, written in 1930-33, is a setting of the Sabbath Morning Service in Hebrew and English from the American Union Prayer Book for Jewish Worship. The performances will be dedicated to the victims of the violence at Tree of Life Synagogue in Pittsburgh.
The Chamber Choir performs songs, both sacred and secular, inspired by the Virgin Mary and Cecilia, patron saint of music. Composers include Leonard Bernstein, Benjamin Britten, Vivian Fine, Patty Griffin, Giovanni Palestrina, and a new work by Professor of Music Vineet Shende, who also directs the ensemble.