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"We believe he is the epitome of what a town manager should be." That's what they're saying about Oakland, Maine, town manager Michael J. Roy '74, who was deemed the Linc Stackpole Manager-of-the-Year, an award given annually to an outstanding Maine town or city manager * Frank J. Malinowski '76 was an inspector of the Soviet biowarfare program in the early '90s. "I would describe it as scary, and I feel a responsibility to tell the world medical community about what I saw," he said in "The Demon in the Freezer," a New Yorker story on how smallpox, a disease officially eradicated 20 years ago, became the biggest bioterrorist threat America now faces * The Easton Journal reported that a recent Plymouth County (Mass.) development council group heard Ocean Spray president Randy C. Papadellis '79 tout the health benefits of cranberries. "The most profitable legal crop in the world" is widely known to aid in preventing infections.
Students, alumni and healthcare providers talk depression and
the ways they address it at Colby.
Peace in Phnom Penh
Jim Cousins '75 has found refuge, rejuvination in the still-rebuilding Cambodian capital.
A Liberal Arts Resume
What did successful alumni in the business world study at Colby?
8 Mile High
With Eminem on his client list, entertainment lawyer Randall Cutler '91 is all about hip hop.
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