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.
Q&A: Alaba Sotayo '14
Alaba Sotayo '14 from Newark, N.J., is one of the first participants in CAPS (Colby Achievement Program in the Sciences), which helps members of underrepresented groups participate in scientific study...
Hola from Ecuador
Hannah Shapiro '12 sends a postcard from Ecuador.
Being Fully Present: Lessons from a Zen Master
Zen master and teacher Rev. Issho Fujita brought lessons to Colby about Zen in everyday activities.
Pad Thai Too
Pad Thai Too has been serving up curries, noodles, pad thai dishes, and more since 1999, say owners Dang and Tessie Thoopsamoot.
Colby Posse Plus Retreat
What is the Posse Plus Retreat? This video elucidates the retreat and the interesting discussions centered around the millennial generation and issues it faces. The issues of gender, race, class, technology,...
It's Payback Time
Author Junot Diaz keynote kicks off weekend dedicated to activism and multicurturalism.
Students who are the first in their family to go to college often carry a different perspective.
Straight to the Point: PechaKucha Hits Bullseye in Waterville
Waterville's first PechaKucha event drew hundreds, including Colby student presenters and spectators.
Around the World in Two Hours
Students prepared foods representing their home countries for the eighth annual International Food Festival in November.