On the Vietnam War, Setting the Record Straight—Again
Colby and the College should probably be praised for the willingness to revisit, through republishing parts of a letter I wrote in October 1987, the troublesome lapse of institutional memory about Colby men killed in action in the Vietnam War that was manifested through Colby’s collaboration with that year’s commencement speaker. To help him make his somewhat valid point about the unevenness of privilege... Read more »
Pat Sims(“Bridging Jewish Communities”) is a Maine-based freelance writer. In addition to contributing regularly to Colby, she has been an editor for Bard College’s literary journal Conjunctions since 1994.
Gerry Hadden ’89 (“The Bridge to Colby Wasn't Burned”) is a writer and reporter living in Barcelona, Spain. He covers Europe for PRI’s The World. His memoir, Never the Hope Itself, was published in 2011.
Kayla Lewkowicz ’14 (“Rowing with the World's Best”) is from Hopkinton, Mass. In addition to contributing to Colby, she is a member of the varsity swim and track teams and an admissions tour guide.