Science and Compassion Needed to Save Oceans
Carl Safina, one of the world's best crusading marine scientists, explained the role compassion and religion need to play in the quest to save the world's oceans during his presentation at Colby. ...
Colby Women in History
Who were Colby's women in history? An art exhibit and panel discussion begin to answer that question.
Matt White '14 Brings Free College-Prep to Maine
Colby student helps prepare local Maine high schoolers for SATs and the college application process.
Inside the Admissions Interview
Seniors Relish Role as Interviewers—And Their Insights Into the Admissions Process
Meeting of the MINDS
Rumbie Gondo ’14 Tackles African Development—and Legacies of Colonialism—at the Mandela Institute
Comedy, Seriously? Yes, Seriously.
"We can learn a lot about the serious things in our society by talking about comedy," said Philosophy Professor Lydia Moland, explaining this year's arts and humanities theme, "Comedy, Seriously."
Math and Space: It's All in the Numbers
According to Jan Élise Holly, professor of mathematics and statistics, the most obvious thing for someone with a Ph.D in math to do is to become a professor. Researching spatial disorientation and...
Did You Know...
...that Colby was the first previously all-male college in New England to admit women?
If a picture speaks 1,000 words, how about a collage? Work by Madeline Reusch '12 suggests it may be infinite.
Colby students share love of poetry with local third graders.