Meeting of the rare records committee of Maine
Humanities Division Meeting
The 2015 Southworth Symposium will bring together scholars and enthusiasts to contemplate the enduring role that gardens play in our attempts to design our environment. This year’s expanded format includes four distinguished scholars who will speak on the relationship between humans and nature in the context of the garden in Asia, the Islamic world, Europe, and America. For more information and to register, visit the symposium website.
Contact: Karen Brotter, email@example.com, 207-859-5630
Lunch with the live in faculty and staff
Makeup exam for students with exam conflict
EC393 exam for students who need extra time and a special space
The Colby Pottery Club puts on an annual Pottery Club Sale, benefitting the homeless shelter, around the holiday season. Come and explore some of our work over the semester and get some nice pottery for friends & family!
History lunchtime talk
Invited Squash Recruits will gather with the team players to socialize and have pizza.
Regularly scheduled class that meets in Davis computer lab on Fridays to meet in MW classroom