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In the Summer 2000 Colby cover story
Savas Zembillas '79 took a circuitous route
On Colby and style. . .
Colby peace activist and Vietnam veterans respond to A Turbulent Time (Spring 2000 Colby); Jack Foner is remembered and appreciated; an alumnus recalls foreign study in London circa 1966.
Gleanings from Earl Smith's campus newsletter include admitted students chatting on line; Dan Harris '93 on ABC News; Charles Osgood talks to Robert B. Parker '54 and Parker talks Colby; hockey coach Charlie Holt remembered; Bill Cotter gets another degree.
Judge Morton Brody memorialized in new award
Shirley Littlefield was sick but now she's back in Dana
Gillian Morejon '00 fishes for answers in Chile and the Philippines
How We Teach:
Filmmaker Tiare White '92 writes an entire book about what they don't teach you in film school
Tim O'Brien '76 melds bluegrass with many influences in his new CD
a poem by Elizabeth Tippet '00
Smithsonian treasures bound for Colby will drive you to abstraction
Summer sports camps bring kidsand studentsto Colby
Women's lacrosse on a hot streak
Colby's student artists are given new studio space.
Patricia Charlton Jacob '65 sees living art in horses
Alfred Dostie '70 takes his banking expertise to far-flung branches
Michael Carter '80 brings good taste to Fresh Samantha
Kristen McMahon-Van Oss '92 knew she'd be swimming with whales
About this place:
An essay by Michael Burke (English)
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