Colby Magazine, Fall 2003
Colby Magazine, spring 2003
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The Word on Posse: What Posse is and What it Isn't

The Word on Posse:
What Posse Is and What It Isn't

By Gerry Boyle '78
Colby is enrolling top students from New York City,
who arrive as Colby's Posse. Read all about them,
and the fast-growing Posse program.

Educated Travelers

Educated Travelers
By Alicia MacLeay '97
Alumni Travel Programs, which include faculty experts on countries and cultures, are more popular than ever.

The Great Mudpuppy Escapt (sort of)

The Great Mudpuppy Escape (Sort Of)
By Stephen Collins '74
The origin of unusually large salamanders in the Belgrade Lakes? A Colby professor was the culprit.

Players

Players
By Robert Gillespie
Paul L. Coffey '98 and Joshua Scharback '98 discovered theater at Colby. They've never looked back.


DEPARTMENTS

+editor's desk
 Editor's Desk
This is not supposed to happen at Colby, not to anyone, not to a young woman like Dawn Rossignol '04.



+letters


Letters
Comment on "Pride and Prejudice," (summer 2003 Colby); an alumnus questions the use of the word "queer," while another asks whether, in the focus on the GLBT population on campus, other voices won't be heard



+periscope
 Periscope
Gleanings from the campus newsletter, FYI;
A Mule on Jeopardy!; a Colby presence in Chattanooga; Margaret McFadden talks comedy on the radio; Colby drills geothermal wells; Class of '07 by the numbers



+sports


Squash Dynasty
Colby Coach Sakhi Khan is from a family whose name is a household word in the world of squash.

+on campus


Center Stage
Goldfarb Center raises profile of public affairs, civic engagement at Colby


Science Project
Women scientists air issues of gender at Colby conference

A New Development
Richard Ammons takes over as vice president for college relations

Do That Internship
A Q&A with Cindy Parker, director of career services, shows the way to life after Colby




+students


Pause that Refreshes
Students deferring enrollment to better prepare.



+faculty


On the Money
Kash Mansori (economics) keeps a close eye on Europe's money and economic issues of importance to you


Eight New Faculty Members on Tenure Track

Faculty Briefs



+mediaart

Harlem Art
New Yorker Laura Iorio '95 finds her gallery is at home in Harlem


Marin Collected
Colby's collection of the works of John Marin is showcased in a new book

Recent Releases
From our shelf to yours

 +alumni


Peace Work
Elicia Carmichael '01 works to bridge divide between traditional foes

Alumni Briefs


Profiles:
Curtis Johnson '75
Knowing the Drill

Jean Minkel '80
Outside the Box

T.J. Tavares '99
Real Politik

Andrea Pomerance '02
Culture Crossing


Newsmakers &
Milestones

20s/30s
40s
50s
60s
70s
80s
90s
00s

Blue LIght Alumni Site

 

+obituaries


A Campus Grieves
Colby mourns loss of Dawn Rossignol '04.

Intelligent, Curious, Conscientious
Dawn Rossignol made a difference.

Obituaries

 

last page


Living with History
John Roderick '36 on his love affair with a Japanese minka

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FEATURES:

The Word on Posse
Colby is enrolling top students from New York City,
who arrive as Colby's Posse. Read all about them,
and the fast-growing Posse program.

Educated Travelers
Alumni Travel Programs, which include faculty experts
on countries and cultures, are more popular than ever.

The Great Mudpuppy Escape
The origin of unusually large salamanders in the
Belgrade Lakes? A Colby professor was the culprit.

Players
Paul L. Coffey '98 and Joshua Scharback '98 discovered
theater at Colby. They've never looked back.


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