Morning Sentinel
| by Amy Calder

Colby senior Tori Paquette ’20 created the course “Faith, Class and Community,” which paired students with Waterville faith-based organizations to study poverty relief efforts, and the Morning Sentinel reported on the results of the class. The nine students in the class “not only volunteered with the organizations, they also learned about how faith-based organizations in Waterville help people in need with food, clothing, fuel, personal essentials and other necessities,” the Sentinel reported. “Students wrote profiles about the pastors, volunteers and others who work in those organizations. The profiles are available on the course website, web.colby.edu/faithinwaterville.”

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