A lunchtime series of casual, meaningful conversations on things that matter. Colby faculty and staff take up the question, “what matters to you and why?” We eat, and converse.
Come learn what occupy campus leaders’ minds when they’re not in the classroom.
Sponsored by Colby Student Government Association and the Office of Religious & Spiritual Life.
All are warmly welcome. Join us Wednesday 10/19 for Prof. Catherine Bestemen. 11/2 for Counselor, Advisor and Wellness Coordinator Katie Sawyer, and 11/16 for Dean of the College Karlene Burrell-McRae.
Travis Reynolds, Assistant Professor of Environmental Studies
Nathan Chan, Assistant Professor of Economics
Betty Sasaki, Associate Professor of Spanish
Mark Tappan, Education, and Dan Shea, Golfarb Center,
special session on “Yik Yak, Political Correctness, and the Rise of the ‘Silent Majority'”
Terry Landry, “The Foss Boss”
Jed Wartman, Associate Dean of Students
Bruce Rueger, Visiting Assistant Professor Geology
Bruce Maxwell, Professor of Computer Science
Marilyn Pukkila, Scholarly Resources and Service Librarian
Walter Hatch, Professor of Government & Director of the Oak Center for Human Rights
Cheryl Townsend Gilkes, Professor of Anthropology & African-American Studies
John Turner, History, special session, “What ISIS Really Wants (for real)”
David Greene, College President
Leo Livshits, Professor of Mathematics and Statistics
Peter Harris, Zacamy Professor of English
Erin Murphy, Cinema Studies