When Sen. John McCain issued a floor statement about the U.S. Supreme Court case Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission, he cited Professor of Government Anthony Corrado, a national expert on campaign finance.
A campus-wide food collection led by Dining Services ends Thursday, when donations will be displayed in Pulver Pavilion. Last year Colby collected more than four tons of food; this year's goal is to top that.
The Colby museum's 50th anniversary exhibit runs through February, but it doesn't remain the same. More than 40 works have been changed. New artists represented include Christo, Francesco Clemente, and Ed Ruscha.
Lori G. Kletzer, a professor of economics at the University of California, Santa Cruz, has been named Vice President for Academic Affairs and Dean of Faculty, President William D. Adams announced Nov. 9.
Professor Jim Fleming addressed the House Committee on Science and Technology on prospects for climate engineering. "In the end, we could end up creating even more problems than we had before," wrote one reporter.
Megan Williams '04, executive director of Hardy Girls Healthy Women, a Waterville nonprofit, was named to the MaineBiz 2009 Next List. She's one of a handful of "young go-getters" recognized for her passion for making Maine a better place.
For the first time in decades, the Colby Symphony Orchestra will perform off-campus, Sunday, Nov. 1 at Messalonskee High School in Oakland. This is the first in a series of off-campus concerts called Music from Colby.
With Election Day approaching and several important referendum questions in Maine, Professor Joseph Reisert writes that, "'The people who drive the referendum process do not necessarily speak for the people of the whole state." Read more in his Morning Sentinel column.
John Gilboy '13 is one of five students chosen by the National Football Foundation from among 400,000 players to be a 2009 National High School Scholar-Athlete for his achievements while attending Thornton Academy.
With Senator Snowe's vote for health-care reform and Senator Collins's indication that she may also vote with Democrats on the issue, Maine's leaders are once again in the national spotlight - this time just before a Goldfarb Center conference titled Senators from Maine: 50 Years of Influencing the Nation.
When Maine Senator Olympia Snowe became the only Republican on the Senate Finance Committee to support its sweeping health-care bill, journalists looked to Professor L. Sandy Maisel for analysis. Read the Oct. 14 USA Today story.