“Colby is one of the best-positioned institutions to handle this pandemic and continue to give its students the educational value it seeks to accomplish.” Scott Jackson ’21 and other members of the Colby community provide a look into life at Colby.
“When you’re forced to think differently about art, you’re forced to think differently about the world.” Listen to Colby students and faculty share their perspectives on the relationship between arts and activism.
Associate Professor of Economics Tim Hubbard’s Auctions seminar culminates in a student-led charity auction, helping students learn that auctions aren’t just about profit and efficiency; they’re a lens through which we can understand broader social issues and inequities.
Thomas Deng ’20 is this year’s winner of the Music Department’s Annual Concerto Competition. In March Deng, a computer science major and music minor, played the Third Movement of S. Prokofiev’s Sonata No. 7 Op. 83 in B flat Major in Lorimer Chapel.
Hannah Springhorn ’19, Colby’s 65th Watson Fellow, has spent eight months in five countries exploring the relationship between food, culture, and body image within distance-running communities. “It was a practice in showing up, day after day, relentlessly,” she explained.
What does the seismic hotbed of Sumatra have in common with Maine? Per structural geology and tectonics expert and Associate Professor of Geology Bill Sullivan, the rock deformations his lab students study at Maine’s Pemaquid Point are similar to those found deep beneath this seemingly unrelated location.
Welcome to the new Harold Alfond Athletics and Recreation Center, the most advanced and comprehensive NCAA D-III facility in the country.
When members of our community needed it most, the Colby network stepped up and rallied behind members of the Class of 2020, aiming to secure jobs for every graduating student.
Christine Brown Hein ’97 first fell in love with running while she was a student on Mayflower Hill. Now, as she coordinates Maine Medical Center’s emergency response to COVID-19, she’s leaning on lessons learned while running to help her navigate the pandemic.
“SOBLU meant home.” Experience 50 years of Students Organized for Black and Latinx Unity (SOBLU) from the perspectives of over 40 members past and present, and the profound impact the organization has had at Colby and across the country.