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.
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....
Jan Plan in Kisumu, Kenya
When I first arrived in Kisumu, Kenya, to do research for my global studies honors thesis during Jan Plan 2015, I had no idea what to expect. As a young white American girl traveling Africa for the first...
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.
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.
See Some Out-of-Sight Maine Sites
If you’re in the mood for an adventure, check out some of these abandoned or repurposed attractions near Colby.
Playing Favorites in the Colby Museum of Art
Colby students talk about their favorite pieces in the museum, one of the country's finest college art museums.
Welcome, Class of 2019
Current students welcome the newest members of the Colby community.
Six Ways to Stay Active During a Colby Winter
Check out these fun ways Colby students stay healthy and active during winters on Mayflower Hill.
Napping: Join the Club!
Students counter chronic sleep deprivation by starting the Colby Napping Club. And they have news you can use.