Built in 1939, Miller Library was the tallest building in Maine when it was completed. A 1983 addition doubled its floorspace, and construction in 2013 and 2014 expanded study spaces for students and renovated the main entrance area. Miller houses Colby’s humanities and social sciences collections, periodicals, newspapers, and videos. The Street on the ground level is a popular study area. The building also houses classrooms, the Center for Arts and Humanities, the Farnham Writers’ Center, a computer cluster for student use, and offices for American Studies, Cinema Studies, English, History, and Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies departments and programs.