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Truth and Justice Podcast Bookclub ( September 20, 2018 to December 6, 2018 ) TWO WEEKS LEFT to enter the PHOTO CONTEST: 10th Annual Global Images ( October 9, 2018 to November 4, 2018 ) October Grants Digest Now Available ( October 19, 2018 to October 31, 2018 )

October 20, 2018

Fall Concert Tickets

Fall Concert Tickets

FALL CONCERT 2018! SNAKEHIPS with special guest AUDIEN Buy tickets here: colbyconcert.eventbrite.com Facebook Event: https://www.facebook.com/events/384808678724154/ SATURDAY OCTOBER 20TH! Doors will open at 8:00 pm When: Saturday, October 20th Where: Wadsworth Gymnasium Tickets: $20 w/ Colby ID $25 for General Admission

Posted October 3 at 7:04 pm
Contact Emmanuel Sogunle
Category Student Events
Posted By Emmanuel Sogunle

Art + Storytelling

10/20/18 11:00 am to 10/20/18 12:00 pm
William D. Adams Gallery, Colby College Museum of Art

After a brief exploration of the Museum, we will read a children’s book related to the month’s theme. Preschoolers, toddlers, and their grownups will then be invited to the Mirken Education Classroom to have a snack and create their own works of art. Art + Storytelling

Posted September 10 at 11:48 am
Contact Jordia Benjamin
Posted By Qianni Zhu

Fright at the L.C. Bates Museum!

10/20/18 5:00 pm to 10/20/18 8:30 am
L.C. Bates Museum rt. 201 Hinckley, Maine
Fright at the L.C. Bates Museum!

Are you looking for some Halloween Fun? October 20th, 26th, and 27th, from 5 PM – 8:30pm Fright at the L.C. Bates Museum! Bring a flashlight and explore the festively decorated Museum at night! Explore the spookiest parts of our collection, like bat skulls, owls and creepy crawly insects. Admission $3. 14 Easler Road, PO  More

Posted October 15 at 11:02 am
Contact Robin Duperry (contact Deborah Staber to volunteer or for more details)
Phone 207-238-4250
Category Local Events
Posted By Robin Duperry

Fright at the L.C. Bates Museum. Volunteers needed!

10/20/18 4:30 pm to 10/20/18 8:30 pm
Route 201 Hinckley, Maine
Fright at the L.C. Bates Museum. Volunteers needed!

Are you looking for a chance to volunteer? The L.C. Bates Museum could use a people at their Fright Nights. Hold a flashlight and help guide people through and sometimes trigger a prop to talk/flash/sing. Saturday, October 20th, 26th, and 27th, from 5 PM – 8:30pm Fright at the L.C. Bates Museum! Explore the spookiest  More

Posted October 15 at 11:14 am
Contact Robin Duperry (contact Deborah Staber to volunteer)
Phone 207-238-4250
Category Local Events
Posted By Robin Duperry

Fall Concert Today!!!

Fall Concert Today!!!

The Colby College Student Programming Board is proud to present The Fall Concert with Snakehips ft. Audien! BUY TICKETS HERE: colbyconcert.eventbrite.com Colby College Students: $20 General College Students: $25 This event will take place on Saturday, October 20, 2018. Guests must present a valid College ID at the door. EVENING SCHEDULE Doors: 8 p.m. Show:  More

Posted October 16 at 4:36 pm
Contact SPB
Posted By Emmanuel Sogunle

HOME MOVIE DAY

Railroad Square Cinema
HOME MOVIE DAY

Home Movie Day Saturday, October 20, 10:00 am to 2:00 p.m. Free admission Bring your family’s Super 8, 8mm, and 16mm films to Railroad Square Cinema on Saturday Oct. 20. We will inspect and project them on screen and provide information about how to preserve and care for your cinematic treasures. Home Movie Day has  More

Posted October 11 at 8:29 pm
Contact Steve Wurtzler
Posted By Steven Wurtzler

October 21, 2018

Colby College Chapel Sunday

10/21/18 6:00 pm
Lorimer Chapel
Colby College Chapel Sunday

All are welcome to our, brief, thoughtful Ecumenical* Christian Chapel Service of word, song, and prayer this Sunday 10/21, 6 pm in Lorimer Chapel. This semester we will ponder “Scripture Through Fresh Eyes.” This week, “Feeding 5000.” Communion will be served. Join us for a word of encouragement and a rest. Dinner and fellowship follow  More

Posted October 19 at 1:14 pm
Contact Kurt Nelson
Posted By Kurt Nelson

October 22, 2018

Failure and Resilience: A Panel Discussion

10/22/18 8:00 pm to 10/22/18 9:00 pm
Ostrove Auditorium - Diamond Building
Failure and Resilience: A Panel Discussion

Student leaders will share true stories about their own personal failures and fiascos, along with thoughtful explanations of how they’ve developed and implemented successful strategies to move ahead with their lives. Viewing failure as feedback rather than fate is critical to learning from it. This program counts as a wellness credit.

Posted October 15 at 9:38 am
Contact Steve Moran
Phone 207-859-4560
Posted By Steven Moran

What Matters to Me and Why with Adam Howard

October 22, 2018 to October 22, 2018
10/22/18 12:00 pm to 10/22/18 1:00 pm
Pugh Center
What Matters to Me and Why with Adam Howard

The Office of Religious & Spiritual Life and SGA are excited to bring the What Matters to Me and Why discussions back to the Colby community this year. In this series of casual, meaningful conversation, Colby faculty and staff take up the question, “what matters to you and why?” over lunch. Come learn about the  More

Posted October 17 at 8:38 am
Contact Ella McDonald
Posted By Ella McDonald

Join Senator Angus King for a Conversation!

10/22/18 3:00 pm
Silberman Lounge
Join Senator Angus King for a Conversation!

The Goldfarb Center for Public Affairs will welcome Senator Angus King’s to Colby College. The purpose of Senator King’s visit is to have the opportunity to hear from Colby students directly about the policy issues that matter to them. Senator King wants to have a conversation with you the students directly through Q & A  More

Posted October 17 at 3:40 pm
Contact Goldfarb Center for Public Affairs
Phone 207-859-5319
Posted By Sherry Berard

DavisConnects Presents the STEM EXPO

10/22/18 7:00 pm to 10/22/18 9:00 pm
Grossman Hall
DavisConnects Presents the STEM EXPO

Are you analytical? Intellectually curious? Good at solving tricky problems? Interested in doing high impact work in the sciences, in or OUT of a lab? Healthy animals. Healthy people. Healthy planet. DavisConnects is hosting a STEM EXPO, bringing together six organizations that recruit at Colby to pitch YOU on what makes them a great place  More

Posted October 20 at 1:35 pm
Contact Sarah Sculley, Assoc. Director of Employer Engagement | Emily Wagner '08, DavisConnects Advisor for STEM/pre-Health
Phone 207-859-4146
Category Student Events
Posted By Lisa Noble

TODAY: Join Senator Angus King for a Conversation!

10/22/18 3:00 pm
Silberman Lounge
TODAY:  Join Senator Angus King for a Conversation!

The Goldfarb Center for Public Affairs will welcome Senator Angus King’s to Colby College. The purpose of Senator King’s visit is to have the opportunity to hear from Colby students directly about the policy issues that matter to them. Senator King wants to have a conversation with you the students directly through Q & A  More

Posted October 17 at 3:48 pm
Contact Goldfarb Center for Public Affairs
Phone 207-859-5319
Posted By Sherry Berard

October 23, 2018

Chinese Movie Night: Li ShuangShuang

10/23/18 7:00 pm
Pugh Center
Chinese Movie Night: Li ShuangShuang

Come and explore with us the evolving role of satire, jokes, and comics in modern China through movie screenings at the Pugh Center. English subtitles will be provided, as well as snacks!

Posted October 18 at 4:21 pm
Contact Gaby Pranatio
Posted By Gabriella Pranatio

Teaching Students to Compose Digitally

10/23/18 12:00 pm to 10/23/18 1:00 pm
Miller 208

Come join us for the third writing pedagogy lunch of the semester! Curious about how to assign digital writing in your classes? Learn how to teach students to compose skillfully using digital elements (image, video, sound etc.) even if you don’t consider yourself technologically savvy! This workshop will also review examples of digital writing assignments  More

Posted October 16 at 10:30 am
Contact Meghan Hancock
Category Faculty Events
Posted By Meghan Hancock

Dr. Jon Foley – “PlanetVision: A Global Plan to Build a Better, More Sustainable Future” with Jon Foley

10/23/18 7:00 pm
Ostrove/DIA142
Dr. Jon Foley – “PlanetVision: A Global Plan to Build a Better, More Sustainable Future” with Jon Foley

Dr. Jon Foley, Inaugural F. Russell Cole Distinguished Lecturer in Environmental Studies Climate change… Extreme weather events… Tropical deforestation… Worldwide overfishing… Plastics in the ocean… Collapsing water supplies… Emerging threats to our health, economy, and security… The news on the global environmental front is grim. But what if there was a practical plan, based on  More

Posted August 27 at 10:03 am
Contact Leslie Lima
Category Academic Events
Posted By Leslie Lima

Career Conversation with Dr. Jon Foley

10/23/18 3:00 pm to 10/23/18 4:00 pm
DavisConnects/Grossman 209

Come join us for a career conversation with Dr. Jonathan Foley, Executive Director, Project Drawdown and 2018 F. Russell Cole Distinguished Lecturer in Environmental Studies. All are welcome!

Posted October 20 at 10:15 am
Contact Emily Wagner
Posted By Emily Wagner

JOBS TO SAVE THE PLANET AND ITS PEOPLE

Students, do you want to help solve the climate crisis? Please come to a CAREER EVENT! **JOBS TO SAVE THE PLANET AND ITS PEOPLE: A CONVERSATION WITH DR. JONATHAN FOLEY** Dr. Jonathan Foley is Executive Director of Project Drawdown and the 2018 F. Russell Cole Distinguished Lecturer in Environmental Studies **Tuesday, Oct 23 at 3  More

Posted October 20 at 3:42 pm
Contact Gail Carlson
Category Academic Events
Posted By Gail Carlson

October 24, 2018

Music in the Museum: The Andrés Segovia Continuum featuring Mark Leighton, guitar

10/24/18 12:00 pm
Alex Katz Gallery, Colby Museum of Art
Music in the Museum: The Andrés Segovia Continuum featuring Mark Leighton, guitar

Colby Music Associate Mark Leighton presents music from Maestro Segovia’s prodigious repertoire, from compositions written specifically for him to his transcriptions and arrangements of traditional classical guitar pieces.

Posted October 9 at 10:22 am
Contact Christina Steeves
Posted By Christina Steeves

2018 Employee Health Fair

10/24/18 9:00 am to 10/24/18 12:00 am
Page Commons
2018 Employee Health Fair
Posted October 4 at 12:43 pm
Contact Wade Behnke
Posted By Wade Behnke

SCREENING: “Hale County This Morning, This Evening”

SCREENING: “Hale County This Morning, This Evening”

RaMell Ross introduces his film “Hale County This Morning, This Evening” October 24, 2018 7:00 pm Location: Arey 5 The screening will be followed by a Q&A An intimate, poetic portrait of a place and people, “Hale County This Morning, This Evening” explores over the course of five years the lives of Daniel Collins and  More

Posted October 19 at 12:49 pm
Contact Steve Wurtzler
Posted By Steven Wurtzler

“Who Gets to Tell Story?” with Rhea Cote Robbins

10/24/18 7:00 pm
Waterville Opera House
“Who Gets to Tell Story?” with Rhea Cote Robbins

Telling or listening to story while conscious of the human ecology—with equality and justice in mind A presentation by Rhea Côté Robbins, Waterville native and award-winning author Wednesday, October 24th, 7pm, Waterville Opera House Public welcome! Sponsored by the Office of Civic Engagement and Community Partnerships and the Education Program Rhea Côté Robbins was brought  More

Posted October 16 at 9:27 pm
Contact Mark Tappan
Posted By Mark Tappan

RaMell Ross introduces his film “Hale County This Morning, This Evening”

RaMell Ross introduces his film “Hale County This Morning, This Evening”

RaMell Ross introduces his film “Hale County This Morning, This Evening” October 24, 2018 7:00 pm Location: Arey 5 The screening will be followed by a Q&A An intimate, poetic portrait of a place and people, “Hale County This Morning, This Evening” explores over the course of five years the lives of Daniel Collins and  More

Posted October 19 at 12:51 pm
Contact Steve Wurtzler
Posted By Steven Wurtzler

TONIGHT: Screening and Filmmaker Q&A

TONIGHT: Screening and Filmmaker Q&A

RaMell Ross introduces his film “Hale County This Morning, This Evening” October 24, 2018 7:00 pm Location: Arey 5 The screening will be followed by a Q&A An intimate, poetic portrait of a place and people, “Hale County This Morning, This Evening” explores over the course of five years the lives of Daniel Collins and  More

Posted October 19 at 12:52 pm
Contact Steve Wurtzler
Posted By Steven Wurtzler

October 25, 2018

Noontime Art Talk: Seeing Otherwise and Reception

10/25/18 12:00 pm to 10/25/18 1:00 pm
Colby College Museum of Art

Caroline Webb ’19 presents her research for the exhibition Seeing Otherwise––a collaboration with Professor Catherine Besteman and Chloé Powers ’19. A culmination of a visual culture lab, Seeing Otherwise explores relationships among mobility, sovereignty, displacement, identity, and community. Noontime Art Talk: Seeing Otherwise

Posted October 11 at 10:40 am
Contact Jordia Benjamin-Sands
Category Academic Events
Posted By Qianni Zhu