CONCERNED FRIENDS OF BOWDOIN and 350 Maine stood with banners and signs in support of Bowdoin divesting from fossil fuels, along the sidewalk of Sills Drive where the pathway to Whittier Field begins, on Sept. 21. Some activists would like to see Bowdoin cut investment in fossil fuels from the college’s investment portfolio.

CONCERNED FRIENDS OF BOWDOIN and 350 Maine stood with banners and signs in support of Bowdoin divesting from fossil fuels, along the sidewalk of Sills Drive where the pathway to Whittier Field begins, on Sept. 21. Some activists would like to see Bowdoin cut investment in fossil fuels from the college’s investment portfolio.

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