Faculty Liaisons Help Bridge Athletics and Academics
Professor Cathy Bevier, advisor to women's basketball players, connects the court and the classroom.
Hands-on Colby: Creativity Beyond Just Brains
Not all work at Colby requires computers. Check out five opportunities to create with your hands.
What's a Language Major or Minor Good For?
Young alumni who took languages at Colby and studied abroad represent a world of opportunities.
What Can I Do with a Math Degree?
Five young alumni with math degrees from Colby provide answers.
Demystifying the Thesis
English major Maggie Bower '15 and Professor Elisabeth Sagaser answer questions about the senior thesis.
At Journalism Conference, Students Learn from the Pros
Students from nine New England and New York colleges came to Colby for workshops, discussions, and to hear from experienced reporters and editors.
Inklings Magazine: Student Run, Author Driven
While authors in writing workshop classes usually stay quiet and listen, students who founded Inklings magazine flipped that script.
Jacob Wall '16 Visits Ethiopia – on Google and For Real
When he's not in the field in Africa, Jacob Wall ’16 is using Google Earth to do environmental research critical for conservation efforts in Ethiopia.
First Friday Means Portland Road Trip
The first Friday of every month, Colby students head to Portland to take in some fine art.
Terrifying but Fun: Language Tables on Campus
Language tables in six different languages offer students chances to fine-tune their skills—in a friendly environment.