How Faith Can Unite Rather Than Divide
A new Colby initiative, the Multi-Faith Council, invites students representing all religions to come together for conversation and understanding around faith and spirituality on campus.
Meeting of the MINDS
Rumbie Gondo ’14 Tackles African Development—and Legacies of Colonialism—at the Mandela Institute
WE ARE: Latinos in America
Colby College celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month with a special performance by Michael Reyes, a spoken word artist and activist, called "WE ARE: Latinos in America." “We Are” is a critical...
Expansion of the Colby Art Museum
Currently under construction, the Alfond-Lunder Family Pavilion will open in the summer of 2013, marking the capstone event of Colby College’s bicentennial celebration.
In this video, faculty and...
Pride and Prejudice
ESPN senior correspondent and CNN contributor LZ Granderson rose to the podium as Colby Pride Week’s keynote speaker April 18.
Citizens of the World
Some American students who spend their childhoods abroad face culture shock at Colby.
In simplest terms, ShowColby is a photo gallery of the lives of Colby students. It creates opportunities for students to share experiences with the Colby community. Ideally, ShowColby is a bridge to conversation—a...
American Election Closely Watched Abroad
American elections compete with reality TV for popularity in China, says one student. Students from China, Afghanistan, Germany and Zimbabwe addressed a Goldfarb Center summit on the 2012 election in March....
S.H.O.U.T! 2012: Take Charge, Make Change
The Pugh Community Board (PCB) hosted the 5th annual S.H.O.U.T! (Speaking, Hearing, Opening Up Together) week with this years' keynote speaker, filmmaker Spike Lee! S.H.O.U.T! is a celebration of community,...
Spike Lee: 'Do What You Love'
On Feb. 24 in Lorimer Chapel, renowned filmmaker Spike Lee engaged students in a wide-ranging conversation.