From the Hill
Real-life accident challenges COOT leaders with worst-case wilderness scenario
Superhiker Kristin Gates '10 takes wolves, high water, and tainted food in stride
Rabbi Rachel Isaacs links Colby and Waterville, bringing Jewish students and local residents together.
Rower Steve Whelpley set out to become one of the world’s best—and succeeded.
Anthropologist Winifred Tate considers the ways Colombian women work and survive in a place steeped in conflict
For these students, the exam begins when the lights go down
Professor John Turner on teaching Islam at Colby and why we all need to know more
Professor Erin Sheets studies how Facebook really makes us feel—and finds that it isn’t always better
Patricia Marshall reveals her past to help disadvantaged students have a future
More Chinese students choose Colby—and the liberal arts—over big American universities
Colby researchers plumb the secrets of Ethiopia's ancient "church forests"
Students practice the lost art of dating
Prosthetic device allows injured Marine Corps Capt. Erik Quist to walk, run, sprint—and maybe lead another day
Former refugee Charles Data returns home to take part in the rise of South Sudan
Colby research project examines challenges facing China’s aging population
Samantha Eddy ’13 learns that a special Colby woman paved the way.
View Sports from all issues »
Kate Pistel ’13 played three sports in high school, so playing varsity soccer, squash, and lacrosse throughout her time at Colby is no big deal to her. But not everyone sees it that way.