Biology Class? Snack Time? Or Both?
Biology 133, AKA Microbes in Society, allows students to explore the roles of microbes, including in culinary pursuits.
The Neurobiology Lab
Professor Andrea Tilden's neurobiology lab produces cutting-edge research with students' help.
Peacebuilding in Guatemala
Javier Monterroso Montenegro ’15 and a half dozen other students are working on the Migrant Peacebuilding and Reconciliation Project with the intent of providing employment opportunities and resources...
Spring Teams Hit the Road for Spring Break
Over spring break it’s a tradition for teams to head south and meet up with East Coast rivals to start their seasons. Women's crew, pictured here, won first place at Lake Lanier in Gainesville, Ga....
Five Favorite Trails for Running On and Around Campus
Whether you’re hiking, running in the spring or fall, or cross-country skiing in the winter, there are plenty of options for exploring Colby and Waterville under your own power.
Post-Grad Plans: Kardelen Koldas '15
Students come to Colby from all over the world. See what Kardelen from Istanbul plans to do after Colby.
Post-Grad Plans: Katherine Bell '15
Interested in a career in real estate after college? See how Colby helped prepare Katherine for work at a Massachusetts firm.
Post-Grad Plans: Joseph Whitfield '15
See what Joseph will be doing in his home state of Arkansas before pursuing a joint law and education policy degree at law school.
Research and Internship Grants Offer Off-Campus Opportunities
Not all learning at Colby takes place in the classroom. The Goldfarb Center is one campus organization that provides funding for students to pursue original research projects or internships.
New Energy, New Hours, New Flexibility
Colby started the school year with a new president who brought new energy to campus, and students are feeling that energy in places as important to wellness as the dining halls and athletic center.