Made in the USA? You Bet

In tough times for American manufacturing, these companies have flourished

In Their Footsteps, 1964-2013

From parietal hours to protests to the end of fraternities, the period that began with a maelstrom of change ended with Colby emerging stronger than ever.

From the Hill

“Old and Cool”

Sports-camp coaching turns Colby athletes into mentors

Smashing the Cycle of Poverty

Patricia Marshall reveals her past to help disadvantaged students have a future

Tested on Stage

For these students, the exam begins when the lights go down

What’s On Your Mind?

Professor Erin Sheets studies how Facebook really makes us feel—and finds that it isn’t always better

Q&A: Associate Professor John Turner

Professor John Turner on teaching Islam at Colby and why we all need to know more

For First-Gens, Ways To Be "Their Whole Selves"

One first-generation college student at Colby was perplexed when a roommate told him parents were responsible for paying for students’ books. Another student looks for a familiar place to take a break from his new life on campus. “Sometimes he goes to Walmart, because that’s what reminds him of home,” said Tashia Bradley, associate dean […]

Colby News

Editorial & Opinion

Can You See a Sound?

Reflections on a Liberal Arts Experience