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Bowdoin's new Roux Center isn't just another academic building

The story of Bowdoin College’s new Roux Center for the Environment begins with the iconic white pines that surround it on the Brunswick campus.
“The Bowdoin pines are the DNA of the college,” said Timothy Mansfield, partner with CambridgeSeven Associates Inc. of Boston and lead architect on the project, which will be dedicated today.
The college wanted a building that would reflect its focus on ...

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