Colby's community is collaborative, friendly, and close-knit.
But don't take our word for it.
Aliens Invade Student Union
More than 300 area kids took part in Colby's Halloween Extravaganza.
Food Festival Provides More than Tasty Treats
Teams of students from countless countries cook up competition at International Food Fest.
What's a Language Major or Minor Good For?
Young alumni who took languages at Colby and studied abroad represent a world of opportunities.
Dinner with Strangers Provides Networking Opportunities
Alumni, students, and professors expand their networks over dinner.
What Matters? Connecting Professors and Students
"What Matters to Me and Why" has students and professors telling stories and connecting on a personal level.
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.
Club in the Spotlight: PCB
Juliette Chan '14, Chair of PCB, shares her thoughts on what PCB is all about and why it plays such an important role on campus.