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Spring 2004
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COVER STORY
by Alicia Nemiccolo MacLeay '97

With more than 4,000 applicants for 490 spots, Colby's Admissions Office finds a way to decide who gets in
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Features
Far and Near
by Sara Blask '03 & Abigail Wheeler '04
The conservation movement is taking hold in unexpected sectors, and Colby alumni are at the forefront, from Tanzania to Maine
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Now What?
by Abigail Wheeler '04
Colby seniors have their plans in full swing
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To Share or Not to Share
by Gerry Boyle '78
File sharing has changed the way students get music and raised a question: whose music is it, anyway?
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Alumni
The Gift of Music
by David Treadwell
Playing from the heart, Colby trio trades Foss stage for Northwest spotlight
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Class Notes:
Profiles
Ted Bromfield 68: Law of the Land
Mark Weatherly 79: White House View
Brian McCabe 89: Casting About
Sarah Eustis 96: Opportunity Calls
Jeffrey M. Wheeler 90
Alex Lear 01
Dispatches
Editor's Desk
by Gerry Boyle '78
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Letters
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Periscope
Gleanings from the newsletter FYI
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From the Hill
On Campus
A Housing Dialogue
Plan to link social and academic life under review
more from campus >>
Q&A
Margaret McFadden
on queer studies, cautious optimism and The Simpsons
more with McFadden >>
Faculty
A Personal Epic
by Stephen Collins '74
Anthropologist Hong Zhang mirrors the strength of the people she studies
more on Hong Zhang >>
Students
At Home on the Hill
by Anne Marie Sears '03
Homeschooling is solid preparations for Colby, students say
more on students >>
Media & Art
Booth's Toll
Elizabeth Leonard probes the tumultous events that followed Lincoln's assassination
more media & art >>
Sports
Life Lessons
by Ernie Clark
Tom Austin's gridiron career leaves legacy of pride, trust and hard work
more sports >>
Hackett Sentenced
Edward J. Hackett was sentenced to life in prison last month for the kidnapping and murder of Dawn Rossignol 04. There is no parole for life sentences in Maine, so there is no possibility that Hackett, 47, will be released.

more on the sentencing >>


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