Colby Magazine, Winter 2001
Colby Magazine, Winter 2001
  The Hot Zone and the Cold War: Frank Malinoski '76


     Cover Story: The Colby Difference: The Inauguration of William D. Adams

Nuclear Fiction: Daniel Traister '63  

The Hot Zone and the Cold War
By Peter Nichols

Frank Malinoski '76 finds ebola and
smallpox as he goes
behind the lines in the bio-wars.

Where are the biological
agents and the scientists
who created them?

The Cover Story
The Colby Difference

The inauguration of
President William "Bro" Adams
heralds a new era
at Colby. The milestone is
marked by singing, science,
service and a cutout of
Pedro the Pig as the
Colby community celebrates
just what makes Colby special.

Nuclear Fiction
By Peter Nichols

Daniel Traister '63 casts
the long shadow of the
Cold War over his students.
Traister uses literature
to convey the experience
of the atomic bomb
and its aftermath.


+editor's desk

On fireworks and other incendiary matters.



Classmate remembers Charles Tenny '84 with fondness, regret; Colby magazine should address social issues.



Gleanings from Earl Smith's campus newsletter, FYI, including attack of the killer squirrel, Susan Sterling on dogs in Europe, scholar athletes, a tribute to Carl Nelson.



A Bellringer
Mules Go 7-1, Win CBB Championship

For Peter Hans '99 Gridiron Was a Field of Dreams

Colby Handoffs to the NFL
Alums play recruiting role for the pros

Austin is Gridiron's Pick
Tom Austin earns top coaching honors

The Strength Within
Danny Noyes '02 overcomes personal tragedy to star

Women's Cross Country is 24th in Nation

Cross Country Mule Throws a Shoe
Runner goes shoeless but perseveres

It's in the Cards
Squash coach looks to tarot for a season prediction

Sports Shorts
Roundup and highlights of the fall seasons


+on campus

The Pope of the Press
Newsroom legend Bill Kovach receives Lovejoy Award. The journalist who copied the Pentagon Papers warns of a new threat to freedom of the press–the bottom line.

Not only a movie
President (and film critic) Bro Adams helps students interpret Apocalypse Now

Adams advises:
The rewards of life outside of the classroom.

Wit & Wisdom
Overheard on campus. . .



Unflagging affection

Ana Prokic '04 provides perspective on her nativeYugoslavia.

A read on The Colby Reader

A Long Day at the Office:
Work at the SGA never ends.

Advice from the 1959 Student Handbook



Both Sides Now
Elizabeth DeSombre (international studies) shows students the reality of environmental progress

Dancing Her Way Home:
Holly Labbe Russell '94 is back on the Hill.

A Discovery Channel:
Colby's post-doctoral scientists, aka AIRE fellows, are changing the way science is taught.

Wise sayings from Colby's faculty experts

Q & A
What is about the Civil War that fascinates Elizabeth Leonard?



Giving up the Ghost:
Former ghostwriter Stephanie Doyon '93 makes a name for herself.

Bringing Anne Frank Home:
Novel by Jeff Gottesfeld '77 and Cherie Bennett portrays Nazi genocide for young readers.

Recent Releases
New books, music and more. . .



Crossing over:
Christian A. Johnson Endeavor Foundation awards Colby another $1 million to continue the Integrated Studies program.



Riding the AIDS Trail:
Carrie Allen '96 fights 'skinny man's disease'

An Unbroken Chain:
Sarah Eustis '96, takes to the road and finds gifts of kindness.

Sittler Settles in as Pro:
Meghan Sittler '98 loves playing pro women's hockey

The Mettle to Be an Ironman:
Jonathan Kaplan '94 completes a grueling challenge

Alumni Trustees Nominated

Alumni Club Circuit
Upcoming club events

Charles Card '40
He's an old cowhand

Sarah Hudson '69
Her students are real lifesavers

Helen Muir Milby '87
She throws a political party

Carter Newell '77
Fiddling with Mussels

Edward "Ted' Williams '69
Stephanie Rocknak '88
Sig Schutz '94




last page

On Louis the donkey and other near mules:
Stephen Collins '74 takes a fresh look at the much-maligned (but not at Colby) mule.


The Colby Difference: The Inauguration of William D. Adams
Nuclear Fiction: Daniel Traister '63 Delves Into the Fiction of World War II
The Hot Zone and the Cold War: Frank Malinoski '76 Investigates Biological Warfare

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