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Fleming in UN Talks on Geoengineering | June 16, 2011
Professor Jim Fleming (science, technology, and society) is participating in the UN Environment Program's Convention on Biodiversity liaison group meeting on climate-related geoengineering, June 29-July 1 in London.
Campus Drive Tops Construction Projects | June 10, 2011
A million-dollar road construction project on Campus Drive, with work (and traffic delays) slated to continue into August, tops the list of improvements underway on campus this summer.
Green Graduation -- Again | May 12, 2011
More than Miller Lawn will be green at Colby May 22. For the third year, commencement is also "Green Graduation" -- a designation that comes from a number of initiatives campus-wide.
Students Empowered at Powershift | April 22, 2011
Colby students were among some 10,000 activists and environmental leaders who attended the third Powershift, a grassroots event In Washington focused on environmental issues, especially climate change.
Colby Dumps Bottled Water on Earth Day | April 21, 2011
A three-year student-led Take Back the Tap campaign to rid the campus of bottled water culminates on Earth Day, when remaining stock is removed from shelves in the student center.
Farm Projects Win Funding | April 10, 2011
My Fresh Co., LLC, a website to connect Maine farmers and consumers, won $10,000 in start-up capital at the first Colby Business Competition Saturday, the Sentinel reports. An urban gardening startup in Chicago received $5,000.
Hoshino Wins SFS Research Award | April 1, 2011
Daniel Hoshino '11 of Newton, Mass., was awarded the School for Field Studies Distinguished Student Researcher Award for marine studies he conducted during spring semester 2010.
Reviving Johnson Day | March 30, 2011
Johnson Day, a Colby tradition from the 1950s and '60s where students cleaned up campus and planted trees, is being revived starting Saturday, April 2.
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