Alex Cornell du Houx was elected to the Maine House of Representatives and quickly became one of its most active members. Sponsoring and co-sponsoring 155 bills his first term, and 136 his second term. In total sponsoring 14 successful pieces of legislation and co-sponsoring 98 successful bills. Cornell du Houx founded Elected Officials to Protect America and Code Blue Water Security Conflicts and Solutions. He won the REED award for the best national Public Affairs Campaign for his work founding Operation Free, a coalition of veterans combating climate change with the Truman Project. Cornell du Houx participated and led State Department delegations to Southeast Asia to foster government-to-government relations, is a Huffington Post contributor, a Kentucky Colonel, a senior advisor and instructor to the Veterans Campaign, a member of the Global Advisory Council for the American Veteran’s Committee, Partner with the Truman National Security Project, a board member with the Solon Center for Research and Publishing, and founded the Maine New Leaders Council (NLC). Cornell du Houx teaches at the University of San Francisco and his trainings are requested worldwide. Alex is a certified trainer with NLC, The Truman National Security Project, and a leadership coach with ChoiceCenter Leadership University. Cornell du Houx served in the Marine Corps infantry as an assultman, for seven years and has deployed to Iraq and Afghanistan. He is currently a Public Affairs Officer with the Navy Reserve and is the President of Elected Officials to Protect America and Code Blue Water Security Solutions. Cornell du Houx graduated from Bowdoin College with Government and Legal Studies and Theater and holds a Masters in Public Leadership from the University of San Francisco.
Watch: Spring Dance 2016 Show Archives May 11, 2016 by Rebecca Goldfine May 5-7, 2016, in Pickard Theater. Five dance classes performed—from beginner to advanced—and Julian Andrews ’17 screened a work he composed in an independent study. See the show’s program here. Photos by Alex Cornell du Houx
Museum Pieces, a Bowdoin tradition for more than 20 years, capped off this year’s Common Hour series. The annual event, performed on the steps of the Museum of Art, celebrates the arrival of spring through dance and music provided by the Department of Theater and Dance, class projects and independent student work. This year’s show featured a farewell dance for President Barry Mills and his wife, Karen. The performers, in order of… Read More
Sep 28, 2014 US military veterans from the Truman National Security Project have written an open letter to Fox News complaining that offensive comments about a female United Arab Emirates pilot were “unwarranted” and “fundamentally opposed to what the military stands for.” During Wednesday’s broadcast of “The Five,” co-hosts Eric Bolling and Greg Gutfeld ridiculed Maj. Mariam Al Mansouri, the first female UAE pilot and F-16 squadron commander leading airstrikes against ISIS…. Read More
By ALYSSA NEWCOMB October 19, 2010, 6:26 AM Undercover video shows state lawmakers accepting big cash payouts for favors. Oct. 25, 2010 — — Nearly two decades ago, corruption appeared to be a fixture of the Arizona legislature. A sting run by local law enforcement captured the worst of it on undercover tapes. Freshman state representative Sue Laybe counted bribe cash on camera. Senate Majority whip Carolyn Walker said $10,000 would get… Read More