Jacob Wall '16 Uses Google Earth for Ecology Research
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.
Monologue Moments: Megan Lasher
Megan Lasher '15 shares the moment when she realized Colby was the right place for her.
Club Spotlight: Mock Trial
Colby Mock Trial Team strikes a balance between fun and learning about the U.S. legal system.
Spring 2014 Events
From research presentations to Colby Cares Day, spring semester events were varied and abundant.
Colby Innovators: The Entrepreneurial Alliance Business Competition
Students pitched business plans they've worked on all year, if not longer, in hopes of winning $15,000 in start-up funding.
Graduating as a Published Author? #yesbigdeal
Brianne Wheeler '14 and Aimee Polimeno '14 spent three years on one project and will be published authors a month after commencement.
Top Five Study Spaces...That Aren't in a Library
We’re sharing some secret spots on campus perfect for a long night of readings, problem sets, and writing papers. Get off the third floor of Miller and try something new!
Q&A: Summer Undergraduate Research
Summer undergraduate research at Colby gives students a taste of the real world.