This week’s business is THE END ZONE! Come check out their products:

Buffalo Chicken Dip
Spinach/Artichoke Dip
P.I.Z.Z.A.

The End Zone will also be giving out FREE coupons. Come out and eat lunch with THE END ZONE!


This week’s business is GRAMMY KAY’S! Come check out their products:

Pulled Pork Sliders
Maine’s Red Snappy Hot Dogs
Uncured All Natural Beef Hot Dogs
Homemade Baked Beans
Homemade Coleslaw
Fresh Squeezed Lemonade

Grammy Kay’s will also be giving out FREE coupons. Come out and eat lunch with GRAMMY KAY’S!


From the Cradle to the Prison: Mass Incarceration in the U.S.
With Peter Wagner, Executive Director of the Prison Policy Initiative
co-sponsored by the Pugh Center
Tuesday, April 22, 2015
Dinner, 5:00 p.m., Pugh Center

6:00 p.m., Pugh Center

Peter Wagner graduated from Western New England School of Law. He is an attorney and the Executive Director of the Prison Policy Initiative. He co-founded the Prison Policy Initiative in 2001 in order to spark a national discussion about the negative side effects of mass incarceration. His report, Importing Constituents: Prisoners and Political Clout in New York, launched the national movement to end “prison gerrymandering” more than a decade ago. His research and advocacy caught the attention of the press — including 21 New York Times editorials — and led four states and more than 200 local governments to end prison gerrymandering.

This week’s business is DOWNTOWN SMOOTHIE! Come check out their products:

1. Early Riser Juice (orange, pineapple, grapefruit, and carrot) (vegan)
2. Cookies n Creme Frappe
3. Peanut Butter Truffle Frappe
4. Raspberry Lemonade Smoothie (vegan)

Come out and check out DOWNTOWN SMOOTHIE!


Do you know what social class is? Have you ever wondered what that means? Adam Howard’s ED322 is pleased to host SOCIAL CLASS AWARENESS WEEK! Please see the list of event below:

Monday 4/6: 12-1 pm “Social Class and Athletics” in Page Commons

Tuesday 4/7: 12-1pm “Social Class and Athletics: Not All Recruiting Paths Are Created Equal” in the Bobby Silberman Lounge (formerly Lo-Po)

Tuesday 4/7: 6:30pm-8pm “The Intersections of Race and Social Class” in the Pugh Center. This is a Diversity, Dialogue, & Dinner. RSVP at pughcenter@colby.edu. Limited to 25 people.

Wednesday 4/8: 7pm “Social Class in the Summer: How Social Class Impacts Summer Experiences and Priorities for Colby Students.” in the Pugh Center

Wednesday 4/8: 9:30pm “Social Class Pub Night” in the Bobby Silberman Lounge. Enjoy food and drink when participating in a fun, engaging, and quick awareness game!

Thursday 4/9: 4pm “Does Going Places Mean You’re Going Places?” in the Bobby Silberman Lounge

Thursday 4/9: 12-1 pm “Networking in The College Athletics Game” in Page Commons

Thursday 4/9: 11am-2pm “How Does Social Class Shape Our Academic Choices? Understanding the Role of Social Class in Major Selection and the Availability of the Liberal Arts Experience” in Page Commons

See you there!


We would like to introduce a new event to Colby for the spring of 2015: the 1st Annual Benching for Waterville fundraiser.

Here are some details on this new fundraiser to be held on Friday, April 24th, at 4pm in the Athletic Center:
-Teams of 4 will compete for maximum-rep bench pressing in one of these four weight classes: 45/95, 135, 185, or 225 (pounds)
– There are four categories that a team can enter in (choose 1): Men’s, Women’s, Mixed-Gender, and Best Costume. Winners are based on a formula that takes in the amount you benched as well as your body weight so the playing field is even!
-Winners in each category will receive prizes totaling $100 in value. Winning teams will be determined by a weighted-average mathematical formula that takes into account, for each team member, the weight that they bench, their number of repetitions, and their body weight.
-All participants will receive a “Benching for Waterville” T-shirt
-All participants are encouraged to help themselves to pizza and refreshments provided by the Korner Store

The cost of entry for Colby students is $10 per person ($40 per team) and all profits will be donated to the Future of Maine Foundation, which helps local high school students pay for the expenses of studying in college.

There are two ways to register a team:
Use the following link: http://tinyurl.com/benchingforwaterville
OR
come see us in the Spa Monday-Friday this week, any time from 10-1pm

We look forward to seeing you and your team “Bench for Waterville“!