Colby Magazine - Winter 1998 Milton Marathon
Others apart sat on a hill retired,
In thoughts more elevate, and reasoned high


Outside it was another late winter Sunday. Inside the Lunder House, the living room rang with the sonorous tones of Paradise Lost read aloud. For 12 hours. For the third year, students in Elizabeth Sagaser's Milton seminar tackled the suspenseful epic poem, non-stop, starting at 10 a.m. March 14. Sagaser characterized it as a "language immersion" program; not a completely foreign language but the rich, complex, clever Miltonian version of 17th-century English. "It's a great bonding experience," Sagaser said.
From The Hill
Giant Shoes to Fill
Not the Four Tenors
We've Got the Time
Five Awarded Tenure
The Colby Canon
Online, Not In Line
Deans Remembered
Lending a Hand
Biggest Commencement
Strength In Numbers
Wit and Wisdom