Top Five Sunrise Spots in MaineCollege students are known for staying up late. But for some, the sun also rises. InsideColby writer Anne Vetter ’17 makes a persuasive argument for getting up early, listing five favorite spots for Colby students to watch a new day dawn.
Joules to Dollars Course Melds Economics and ChemistryThere’s always something new in the course catalogue, and this spring two Colby professors combined economics and chemistry to create a course that evaluates the economics of sustainable energy systems.
A Culture of Creative CollaborationMusic and musicians thrive in Colby's collaborative community. Alexa Huang '17 captures the creative spirit in extracurricular music ensembles—and lots of smiles—in this two-minute insideColby video.
Five Stops for a Full Day in PortlandColby students with a day to spare often head to Portland to explore, experience one of the country’s top food scenes, and get a change of pace.
Biology Class? Snack Time? Or Both? Biology 133, AKA Microbes in Society, allows students to explore the roles of microbes, including in culinary pursuits.
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July 3, 2015, 2:12 pmhttp://t.co/z0ta4aLqT8 if you #needtotalk or #feelingdepressed #wearehereforyou its free and confidential with trained active listeners!
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- Anh Uong '17Topsfield, Mass.
Majors: Global Studies, Computer Science
Latest Post:May 27, 2015, 5:11 amMovement to Look Up
- Catherine Dunn '17Berwick, Maine
Latest Post:May 12, 2015, 9:20 pmGoodbye Colby
- Jeb Waters '15Norwalk, Conn.
Major: Philosophy; Minor: Administrative Science
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- Catherine Dunn '17