Alpine Skier Mardi Haskell ’17 Profiled in Morning Sentinel

Colby captain Mardi Haskell ’17 was highlighted in a Morning Sentinel feature story March 27 after she skied the final race of her collegiate career at the U.S. Alpine Championships at Sugarloaf Mountain. Despite challenging weather conditions, Haskell finished eighth in the slalom and 11th in the giant slalom. “She’s a special talent,” coach Danny Noyes said...

Angelini and Simmons ’17J Publish Article in Scientific Reports

Assistant Professor of Biology Dave Angelini and Will Simmons ’17J collaborated to produce a paper on the effects of pesticides on bumblebees published in the March 21 Scientific Reports, which is affiliated with the prestigious journal Nature. In an effort to find physiological mechanics that link “the effect of increased pesticide use and the spread of disease,”...

Marsden Hartley’s Maine Showcases American Master

Marsden Hartley’s Maine, on view at the Colby College Museum of Art July 8 through November 12, will showcase the American artist’s lifelong artistic engagement with his home state. The exhibition, the result of an unprecedented collaboration with The Metropolitan Museum of Art, offers a unique perspective on a celebrated painter. Organized by the Colby...

Josephson’s Traffic Included on Literary Hub’s March Must-Read List

Traffic, by Professor of History Paul Josephson, was selected as one of 14 books on Literary Hub’s March must-read list. One of Bloomsbury Academic’s Object Lessons series, Traffic, released in March 2017, “considers the history and philosophy of roundabouts, speed bumps, the pedestrian mall, and other efforts to manage traffic,” according to Bloomsbury. “Paul Josephson, through humor and intelligence,...

Hatch Quoted in The Japan Times Regarding South Korean “Comfort Women”

Walter Hatch, associate professor of government, commented in a March 4 Japan Times article about a recent ruling in the Seoul Central District Court that “partially affirmed the claims of Korean women who had been sex workers in ‘camp towns’ adjacent to U.S. military bases in the 1960s and ’70s.” The ruling “exposes the hypocrisy...