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In a survey published in November comparing the numbers of students who go abroad to study from various institutions, Colby ranks ninth in the nation among baccalaureate colleges. That's based on the raw number of 365 Colby world travelers during 2000-01. The Institute for International Education's annual "Open Doors" study provides statistics on American college students going abroad and on international students coming to the U.S. On a percentage basis, Colby ranks fourth among the colleges in the list, with 20 percent of our students going abroad in that year alone. Only DePauw, Austin and College of St. Benedict (Minn.) had higher rates. The report says India surpassed China as the largest source of international students at U.S. colleges and universities. The IIE survey is online (opendoors.iienetwork.org).
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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