The new Alfond-Lunder Family Pavilion at the Colby Museum of Art is set to open in July with an inaugural exhibition showcasing the recently donated Lunder Collection of American Art.
The Career Center and more than 70 alumni working in finance teamed up this fall to present a networking and informational program in Boston for Colby students.
Kevin M. Trant '85 is the new CEO of Western Emulsions Inc., a leading asphalt emulsion manufacturer and provider of sustainable pavement preservation and recycling solutions according to
The Wall Street Journal said Colby Alum Steve Cummings is one of three bankers at the heart of UBS's new investment bank in his position as head of CCS in the Americas.
Paul A. Doyle '85 is the Democratic candidate in Connecticut's ninth senate district race—a district he's represented since 2006.
Cartoonist Lincoln Peirce '85 will publish his 8,000th comic strip next month. "Big Nate" went into national syndication in 1991.
An exhibit of paintings by Maggie Libby '81 and a panel discussion about the history and status of women at Colby celebrate the opening of
Hidden Histories at the Colby Museum of Art.
Ruth-Marie Fincher '72, a retired professor at the Medical College of Georgia, is the first woman to receive the Association of Medical Colleges' Abraham Flexner Award for Distinguished Service to Medical Education.
Events downtown Oct. 20 highlighted the close relationship of Waterville and Colby, and Mayor Karen Heck '74 thanked the College for 200 years of "friendship and partnership."
A festive night featuring the nation’s preeminent historian, Doris Kearns Goodwin ’64, kicked off Colby's bicentennial celebration, which continues through the year and around the country.
Beth Milkovits '99 was named vice president of sales and business development for Eaton Vance Investment Counsel, a subsidiary of Eaton Vance Corp., one of the oldest investment management firms in the United States
Liz Riley '05 was nominated for Minor League Baseball's Woman Executive of the Year in honor of her work as the Portland Sea Dogs' assistant general manager.
ABC News Digital's live coverage of the final presidential debate will be anchored by an all-Colby team: ABC News Political Director Amy Walter '91 and
Good Morning America Weekend Anchor Dan Harris '93.
Family Homecoming Weekend runs Friday through Sunday, Oct. 5-7, with more than 1,000 guests expected and dozens of activities planned.
Dan Vassallo '07 won Sunday's Maine Marathon, breaking the course record, set by himself in 2007, by more than five minutes.
Deseret News published a feature on Lincoln Peirce '85 after introducing his comic strip, "Big Nate", to their funnies section. Peirce's comic appears in more than 200 publications in chapter books.
William P. Clough IV '91 was named the 12th head of the Nichols School in Buffalo, N.Y. He will begin his new role in July after finishing this year at the Berkshire School.
John Bunker '72 is featured in a
New York Times article about the Common Ground Fair, where he spoke about heirloom apples.
Alaska Gov. Sean Parnel appointed Erin B. Marston '82 to the Anchorage Superior Court on Sept. 24.
A new business incubator run by the Entrepreneurial Alliance provides mentoring and space downtown for entrepreneurs to collaborate and network with access to Colby, Thomas, and KVCC faculty.
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