Peacebuilding in Guatemala
Javier Monterroso Montenegro ’15 and a half dozen other students are working on the Migrant Peacebuilding and Reconciliation Project with the intent of providing employment opportunities and resources...
Research and Internship Grants Offer Off-Campus Opportunities
Not all learning at Colby takes place in the classroom. The Goldfarb Center is one campus organization that provides funding for students to pursue original research projects or internships.
Reflecting on the Oak Experience
Samantha Lovell '16 reflects on her experiences with two of Colby's Oak Human Rights Fellows and on the College's global connections.
Jan Plan in India: Making Sense of Sensory Overload
¡Hola! from Uruguay
Emily Boyce '16 spent fall semester in Montevideo, enjoying the beauty of Latin America.
Postcard from Abroad: Dining Alongside Big Ben
Meg Fortier '16 sends a postcard from London.
International Food Festival: More than Tasty Treats
Teams of students from countless countries cook up competition at International Food Fest.
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.
Mandala Man: The Art of Dismantling
The mandala is one of the most beautiful pieces of Tibetan art, but it is dismantled soon after it is finished.
An Internship Abroad Provides True International Immersion
For two thirds of Colby students, going abroad is an integral part of junior year. But not every student chooses to "study" abroad.