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Colby to the Corps
College is tops per capita in numbers of graduates who join the Peace Corps.

Nijikai to Follow
What can alumni do in Tokyo? Try NESCAC bowling.


Peter Doran '58
A Public Priority

Judi Garcia '63
Real People, Real Needs

Bob Duchesne '75
Egging Him On

Greg Ciottone '87
Drawn to Disaster

Harry R. Wiley '51

Charles J. Hely '68

Mike Swift '85

Newsmakers &


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William H. Koster '66

John A. Grieco Jr. '62 was honored by the East Haven, Conn., High School Alumni Association at its annual Hall of Fame and Distinguished Graduate Awards Dinner. In his senior year at the school, Grieco was captain and catcher on the state champion baseball team and was leading scorer on the all-tournament team as a member of the state champion basketball team * Veteran pharmaceutical executive Dr. William H. Koster '66 has been named chief executive officer of Neurogen Corporation, one of the nation's leading drug discovery and development companies * The Yampa Valley (Colo.) Business and Professional Women named Jeanne Miller Whiddon '68 Business and Professional Woman of the Year. The first woman elected Routt County treasurer, she was cited for her dedication to creating opportunities for women to succeed in business.


Deaths: Edmund E. "Bud" Field ’63, December 4, 2001, in Austinburg, Ohio, at 60.



Better to Give:
A surge in community service refelcts Colby tradition and national trends

Profiles in Giving

Asking Why
Campus activists question factors that lead to need

The President's Page: "The Liberal Art of Giving"

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