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ENTER THE 2nd ANNUAL VISUAL IDENTITY DESIGN COMPETITION FOR THE COLBY FRINGE FESTIVAL

ENTER THE 2nd ANNUAL VISUAL IDENTITY DESIGN COMPETITION FOR THE COLBY FRINGE FESTIVAL

In the spirit of creativity and the improvisational nature of a Fringe Festival, we’re announcing a campus-wide open call to students in the Colby community interested in creating a visual identity to capture the spirit of Colby’s Fringe Festival. The winner’s artwork will be used to represent this year’s Festival in print and on the  More

Posted October 21 at 12:16 pm
Contact Lynda Chilton
Phone 2078594520
Category Campus Updates
Posted By Lynda Chilton

Dogs Dogs Dogs!!

Dogs Dogs Dogs!!

Bring your dog to Stressbusters! Student Health on Campus is looking for dogs and dog owners for Stressbusters, our bi-annual stress relief event in Pulver Pavilion. This year, Stressbusters is on Friday, December 6th from 11am to 2pm. If you and your furry friend are interested in volunteering for 30 minutes to 1 hour to  More

Posted October 18 at 11:59 am
Posted By Ashley Olvera

Routine Pumping of Campus Grease Traps

On Monday 21 October, the campus will be pumping grease traps outside and in the vicinity of each of the dining facilities. During the time that the individual grease traps are open, there is an expected; although, very pungent odor that exists. The odor quickly dissipates after the pumping is complete and the lid to  More

Posted October 18 at 10:00 am
Contact Matt Mulcahy
Phone ext 5008
Category Campus Updates
Posted By Matthew Mulcahy

Mary Low Parking Lot

All vehicles need to be removed from the Mary Low parking lot from 7:00 A.M Monday October 21 through 5:00 P.M. Tuesday October 22. The lot needs to be free of vehicles so boring testing can be performed for the new Gordon Center for Creative and Performing Arts. Vehicles that are left in the lot  More

Posted October 17 at 4:39 pm
Contact Security
Phone 207-859-5530
Category Campus Updates
Posted By Robert Williams

Roberts entry work

Beginning Saturday October 19, 2019 Facilities Services will be completing the final finish layer on the concrete pad of the main entrance at Roberts. This work will continue throughout the weekend and be completed by Tuesday October 22, 2019. During the time the finishing product is being installed both entry doors will not be able  More

Posted October 17 at 3:40 pm
Category Campus Updates
Posted By Perry Richardson

Keyes Elevator Shut-Down for Mon Oct 21

The Keyes Elevator will be shut down on Mon Oct 21 for the replacement of critical infrastructure components. The shut-down is expected to last from 7:00 AM to 3:30 PM. Please contact Jeffrey Hallett @ x5020 with any questions regarding this work.

Posted October 17 at 3:22 pm
Contact Jeffrey Hallett
Phone 2078595020
Posted By Jeffrey Hallett

Maine College Climate Action Summit

Maine College Climate Action Summit

This November, join college students from around the state to network, strategize, collaborate, and activate to address climate change. On November 9th, the Environmental Studies Program and Buck Lab for Climate and the Environment will host the Maine College Climate Action Summit with a keynote delivered by Reverend Lennox Yearwood, President of Hip Hop Caucus.  More

Posted October 17 at 3:02 pm
Contact Environmental Studies Program
Posted By Lindsey Cotter

Farnham Writers’ Center CLOSED over Fall Break

The Writers’ Center will be closed starting Friday, October 18 and will reopen Wednesday, October 23 with normal hours. We will be offering on-call help for students on Tuesday night. To be matched with an on-call tutor for Tuesday evening, email headtutors@colby.edu.

Posted October 17 at 2:21 pm
Category Campus Updates
Posted By Lydia Fanning

Support Group for Survivors

A support group for sexual assault survivors is taking place Friday’s 4-5!! Join us for some great conversations and a safe, confidential space to share your experiences!! The first meeting is Friday the 18th in the conference room on the second floor of the health center.

Posted October 17 at 10:50 am
Posted By Sarah Vaughan

One Love Colby 5k Run/Walk

One Love Colby 5k Run/Walk

Calling all Colby students!! Please join us at our Club’s 5k run/walk fundraiser to benefit the One Love Foundation on October 27! Check in will begin at 9am and the race will start at 10am at Quarry Road Trails. One Love is a national foundation to end domestic violence in relationships and spread awareness about  More

Posted October 17 at 9:19 am
Category Campus Updates
Posted By Lauren Jennings

Fall Break Shuttle Schedule

Saturday 8:00A to 10:00P One Shuttle Noon to 5:00 Apple Picking Shuttle Sunday 8:00A to 10:00P One Shuttle Noon to 5:00 Apple Picking Shuttle Monday 8:00A to 10:00P One Shuttle Tuesday Regular schedule The shuttle will be flexible in its route on Saturday, Sunday and Monday. The main route will be from the Pugh Center  More

Posted October 17 at 8:21 am
Contact Security
Category Campus Updates
Posted By Robert Williams

New JanPlan Course – Elementary Japanese (JA125J)

You can now register for intensive elementary Japanese for Jan Plan! Come start your journey to learning Japanese in a focused, dynamic and engaging setting. JA125J Monday – Thursday: 9:00 – 12:00pm, Friday: 10:00 – 11:00am Lovejoy 103 Course description: Introduction to the spoken and written language to provide a solid grounding in all the  More

Posted October 16 at 10:46 pm
Contact East Asian Studies
Posted By Makiko Shmagin

Two-Term Maine Governor Paul LePage at Colby!

Two-Term Maine Governor Paul LePage at Colby!

October 23rd @ 7pm Ostrove Auditorium Two-Time Maine Governor Paul LePage is coming to Colby on October 23 to speak to Colby students and the broader community about his political experience and the future of Maine politics.

Posted October 16 at 9:00 pm
Posted By Liam McDonough

Music that Makes Community

Music That Makes Community One-Day Workshop in Waterville The Waterville UCC Church, 7 Eustis Parkway, welcomes Paul Vasile, Executive Director of Music That Makes Community, to the church for a one-day workshop Saturday, November 16, from 9 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. Registration is $50 if you have it, free if you don’t. FMI and for  More

Posted October 16 at 4:51 pm
Contact Office of Religious and Spiritual Life
Posted By Katherine Smanik

Latin America’s Growth Conundrum: A Trade Perspective”

Latin America’s Growth Conundrum: A Trade Perspective”

“Latin America’s Growth Conundrum: A Trade Perspective” Augusto De La Torre, former chief economist for Latin America at the World Bank; Former Governor of the Central Bank of Ecuador Thursday, Oct. 24th | 4 pm | Diamond 141 Despite trade tensions on the global level, evidence for Latin America points toward the need for a  More

Posted October 16 at 2:54 pm
Posted By Julia Bruno

New JanPlan course – AY125 Design Thinking and Product Innovation

Taught by an industry professional, this course will allow you to use the skills of a liberal arts education for designing real-world problems in today’s workplace, including the sustainability and non-profit sectors. Prof. Nina Naylor will introduce students to the design process and you’ll spend the month designing products to respond to real-world needs. This  More

Posted October 16 at 9:05 am
Posted By Julia Bruno

Coffee House LIVE Student Entertainment Wanted!

Coffee House LIVE Student Entertainment Wanted!

Do you enjoy singing, playing music or have other talents that might be perfect for the Coffee House vibe? Campus Life is currently booking weekly entertainment on Saturday nights from 9 – 11 pm through the Fall semester. Students who are interested in booking or have questions can reach out to Danielle Hague!!

Posted October 15 at 4:56 pm
Contact Campus Life
Posted By Kara Petronio