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Summer 2000  
Perfect Pitch

Liberal arts produces three musical virtuosos

Fishing for Answers
Gillian Morejon '00 to examine fishery futures in Phillipines and Chile

  Shaking up Sakespeare
Students take the Bard's work on the road.


Admissions officers love to see some inventivenes in applicants' mail.

  how we teach
Elizabeth Sagaser (English) takes poetic recitation to new heights.

Admissions Title

Admissions officers love to see a little creativity in prospective students. Now, with so much correspondence arriving by e-mail, often the staff in the Lunder building doesn't even have to open mail messages to get a hint of an applicant's inventiveness–return addresses begin to tell the tale. Among those who applied or at least made inquiries about Colby to this year were:

Sushifiend, Smrtblonde, soccerchiclt, onyxwombat, veglover, bondjames28, Hitman, yardsale, emmabobema, Ripplechip, BigPP, DemonBoy, Sav2nite, PreppyVTski67, toolshedfm, Cappucino2go, Sokpuppet, Burlap, Earthgrl, momomaster, fattyt, syzygy, wasaroo, Pyedoggy, muddybuddies, meetball17, yoda1019


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