Jean-Jacques Ndayisenga '13: Fighting Poverty Through an International Lens
Jean-Jacques Ndayisenga '13 is one of the first students from Rwanda to attend Colby. Growing up in Rwanda and attending school in Costa Rica and the United States has given him an international insight...
Extravaganza Rolls On
Colby students celebrated the 25th International Extravaganza, a showcase of performances inspired by countries represented in Colby’s student body.
Do What You Love
When walking around campus, it may seem like Colby students do three things: eat, study, and play frisbee or sports outside. But don't let the surface fool you, Colby is full of kids who make it their...
Kia Ora New Zealand
A postcard from Debbie Merzbach '11.
¡Hola from Barcelona!
A postcard from Sarah Kirker ’11.
World Peace Through Persistence
Hope isn’t just for presidential campaigns. As former senator and current special envoy to the Middle East George Mitchell explained in a lecture at Colby this fall, it applies to conflict resolution,...
Help for Haiti
Students rally to raise money for earthquake victims in Haiti.
Q&A: Véronique Plesch, Professor of Art
Art History Professor Véronique Plesch discusses what it's like coming from European metropolises to small town Maine and her love for art and words, especially when together.
Barclays CEO Addresses Future Economic Environment
Bob Diamond '73 speaks to students about the future of the global economy and the outlook of his own company, Barclays Capital.
Students Aid Iraqi Refugees
In its second year, the Iraqi Refugee Awareness Movement at Colby is now directly helping Iraqi families in Maine.