From PMS to Sex Objects: How the media misrepresents women
MissRepresentation, a film about the sexualization and degredation of women in the media, was screened was the kickoff event for the Pugh Community Board's S.H.O.U.T! week.
The Big Picture
Professor Betty Sasaki helps students see the world through the eyes of others.
Courage to Report
NPR Foreign Correspondent Soraya Sarhaddi Nelson received the 59th annual Elijah Parish Lovejoy award Oct. 16.
Building Latino Unity, Sharing Latino Culture
Hispanic Heritage Month spanned September and October this year, and events on campus focused on food, culture, and "the full life."
Colby's World Record
The Class of 2015 includes more international students than any other.
Raise Your V.O.I.C.E.
A chance encounter as freshmen at Brown University led Sarah Kay and Phil Kaye to develop one of the world’s renowned slam poetry acts.
Languages Outside the Box
When students teach languages to fellow students, everyone wins.
Spring Break in the Classroom
On a spring-break trip to get Native American children excited about college, Lindsay Roberts ’13 found that the Colby students gained as much as the kids did.
Things To Do
A selection of recent popular events.
Music as an Antidote to African Violence
Oscar nominee Andrea Nix Fine '91 and rapper Emmanuel Jal raise awareness about conflict in Africa.