Home Far from Home
Students from 65 countries represent 12 percent of the Colby population. Find out how it is to be an international student at Colby.
To Timbuktu—An Unconventional Chronicle
Alum Steve Weinberg's travels took him to Timbuktu, of all places—then he illustrated a memoir about it.
Courage to Report
NPR Foreign Correspondent Soraya Sarhaddi Nelson received the 59th annual Elijah Parish Lovejoy award Oct. 16.
On a return trip to Kenya, Emily Fleming ’12 learned a lot—from a baby.
Colby's World Record
The Class of 2015 includes more international students than any other.
Bienvenidos de Salamanca
A postcard from Elise Ozarowski ’15.
Languages Outside the Box
When students teach languages to fellow students, everyone wins.
Fire and Ice: Abroad in Iceland and Greenland
Early this summer biology and environmental studies major Carla Aronsohn '13 went on a research trip to Iceland and Greenland. Each student on the trip undertook a topic of study; hers was "Rates, Mechanisms,...
Colby students in the news.
Talkin' the Talk: Language Tables
Language tables offer a fun and relaxing environment to practice conversation with peers outside of the classroom. Students agree that this is a great way to improve speaking skills.