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Student artist wearing headphones while hanging artwork in an exhibition hall

Art and Community Coexist in Senior Exhibition 2024

Held for the first time off campus, the exhibition celebrates student artistry while connecting with downtown

Aerial view of Colby College campus

Colby Receives Major Gift to Establish the McVey Center for Computational and Data Sciences

New center will embed computational and data sciences across the curriculum and be distinctive among the liberal arts

Students take notes while viewing various artworks.

Why Doctors Need the Humanities

Wrapping up a three-year research collaborative on the medical humanities through Colby’s Public Humanistic Inquiry Lab

A group of students gather around a table with their laptop computers.
Campus and Community

Digging Into Data

At DataFest ’24, teams of students spent a weekend sifting through information to ask questions and glean insights

Students in Assistant Professor of Music José Martínez's Intro to Afro-Latin Drumming course rehearse in Studio 2 at the Gordon Center for Creative and Performing Arts as part of CLAS 2024.
Campus and Community

A Celebration of Student Scholarship 

The annual Colby Liberal Arts Symposium, believed to be the biggest undergraduate research symposium in the country, brings the campus community together

Andrew Iferenta ’24 and his parents
Campus and Community

Exceeding Expectations

Condon Medal winner announced and student achievements celebrated during award ceremony

Yumi Kang '24, left, and Jackie Hardwick '24, will teach overseas for a year after winning prestigious Fulbright fellowships.
Campus and Community

Fulbright Fellows Will Teach in Taiwan and South Korea

Hard work pays off for Jackie Hardwick ’24 and Yumi Kang ’24, who receive prestigious fellowships

Jeff Rose and Kate Weiler '04, who co-founded Drink Simple a decade ago.

Simply Maple Water Straight From the Tree

Kate Weiler ’04 marks a decade of Drink Simple, the beverage company she cofounded

Claire Jimenez

Claire Jiménez ’06 Wins 2024 PEN/Faulkner Award for Fiction

What Happened to Ruthy Ramirez emerges as the best novel published in 2023

Associate Professor of Chemistry Karena McKinney, poses for a portrait in the Perkins Arboretum. She has received a grant from the National Science Foundation to study emissions from trees, known in the world of science as biogenic volatile organic compounds.
Environment and Climate

Understanding the Air We Breathe

Associate Professor of Chemistry Karena McKinney teams with Davis Institute for AI on prestigious NSF grant