Top Five Sunrise Spots in Maine
College students are known for staying up late. But for some, the sun also rises. InsideColby writer Anne Vetter ’17 makes a persuasive argument for getting up early, listing five favorite spots...
Joules to Dollars Course Melds Economics and Chemistry
There’s always something new in the course catalogue, and this spring two Colby professors combined economics and chemistry to create a course that evaluates the economics of sustainable energy systems....
A Culture of Creative Collaboration
Music and musicians thrive in Colby's collaborative community. Alexa Huang '17 captures the creative spirit in extracurricular music ensembles—and lots of smiles—in this two-minute insideColby...
Five Stops for a Full Day in Portland
Colby students with a day to spare often head to Portland to explore, experience one of the country’s top food scenes, and get a change of pace.
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.