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Radio has been a Bowdoin tradition dating back to the early 1940s when students and faculty sporadically hosted and recorded programs on campus, which were later broadcast through Portland's WCSH, Lewiston's WCOU, Augusta's WRDO, and Bangor's WLBZ.These programs usually consisted of a combination of play readings, faculty interviews, and live vocal music, usually from the Bowdoin College Glee Club and the Meddiebempsters.” This two-time feature details the hilarious, awkward and romantic experience of two Bowdoin students who agree to be set up on a blind dinner date. He’s also growing some facial hair so that’s like a dog.These Bowdoin students might not find true love, but they might just find out that dating isn’t nearly as terrifying as it seems. TP: A gazelle, because they’re graceful and like exercise and she’s graceful and plays a sport.WBOR (91.1 FM) is a radio station licensed to Bowdoin College in Brunswick, Maine, United States.The station broadcasts from the basement of the Dudley Coe Building on the Bowdoin College campus.Bowdoin’s financial aid is entirely need-based, and the college guarantees to meet 100% of the demonstrated financial need of each admitted student.
Join us and create your own profile for adult dating in a few clicks!In the late 1940s, Bowdoin began a program entitled “Bowdoin-on-the-air” (BOTA), where students would record radio broadcasts which would ultimately be rebroadcast on Portland station WGAN.After years of BOTA popularity, the College invested in an AM transmitter and built a station on the second floor of the Moulton Union.EP: Some sort of BBQ because he ordered BBQ last night. TP: This goes with [another] answer, but at her high school every freshman had to have a horse and care for it. If your date was a tribute in the Hunger Games, how well would they do? TP: She would be Fleur Delacour for obvious reasons.TP: Well judging from the small experience I have, probably French fries. What was the most surprising thing you learned about your date? EP: He probably wouldn’t last that long because I think he’s generally too nice to kill other people. She might not win because she might have a hard time hiding in a tree, but she’d definitely do pretty well. TP: I just feel like it’s cool to meet someone that I haven’t before, as a senior. EP: Ron, because he’s pretty goofy and seems like a good friend. If you could make any two people go on a date like yours, who would they be? TP: Toby Nicholson ’14 and Professor Peter Coviello.