1:30 pm - 2:30 pm
35 Union Street
Brunswick, ME 04011
When local writer David Treadwell entered Bowdoin College in 1960, the student body consisted of 800 men. Almost all students came from New England, and there were only a few students of color. Today the College enrolls 1,800 students from around the world, and about half of them are women. David worked in the Admissions Office when Bowdoin first admitted women in 1971, and he remains well connected to the College today.
Join us at People Plus on Thursday, Oct. 11, 1:30 pm when David will talk about the vast differences that have occurred since women were first admitted. Free, open to public. Call 729-0757 to register.