Connecting, Advocating, and Articulating
Emily Fleming '12 speaks with Berol Dewdney '13, Colby's first Gender and Sexual Diversity Student Resource Officer about the position and her hopes for engaging and educating the Colby community about...
Putting It Together
Emily Fleming '12 speaks to members of the cast and crew of Putting it Together. This production, being put on by the Theater and Dance Department Feb. 3-6, features two professional actors--Doug Jabara...
Unsung Heroes of Colby: Allen LaPan
Unsung Heroes of Colby returns! Unsung heroes are people who work behind the scenes to make Colby such a wonderful place, but often don't get the recognition they deserve. This week, Emily Fleming '12...
A Sea of Possibility
This week, Emily Fleming '12 speaks with Dr. Pete Countway, a senior research scientist at Bigelow Laboratory for Ocean Sciences in Boothbay Harbor, Maine. Countway is here at Colby thanks to a partnership...
Inspiring Peace Through Music
Emily Fleming '12 talks to Emmanuel Jal, a former child soldier from Sudan who has become an internationally known rapper and uses his music to inspire others to action. Run time 5:28For more on Emmanuel...
Transforming Lives Through Yoga
Since it can be difficult to understand Margaret Njeri at times, the text of the interview is below for you to follow along.
Emily Fleming '12: Hi. I’ve just finished the first week of my internship...
End of Classes -- What Next?
Classes have wrapped up for Emily Fleming '12, who was studying in Kenya. Now she and her group disperse around Kenya and other African countries to pursue independent projects based on their personal...
A Day in the Life of the Masai Tribe
Emily Fleming '12 takes us on an audio tour of her day in the life of the Masai tribe in Kenya, where she carried wood and water, milked goats, and repaired cracks in a dung hut.
Traditional Healing in Kenya
As part of her Health, Healing, and Sickness class, Emily Fleming '12 visits Michael Oloo, a traditional healer in Kibera, Kenya. Photo courtesy of Kristina Blundon. Run time: 5:05
In Tanzania, podcaster Emily Fleming meets people of Hadzabe tribe -- a group of hunter-gatherers in danger of losing their way of life. Run time: 4:35