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A young woman wearing a uniform holds a small bag while walking to a white vehicle marked with the Colby EMS logo and phone number.
Campus and Community

A Community of Care

The student EMTs who make up Colby Emergency Response have been keeping campus in good hands for decades

A piece of artwork featuring an antique door amended with carvings and a central portrayal of an “everyman,” to which metal cords are attached. Painted figures are to the left and right of the door.

New to the Collection

Among its recent acquisitions, the Colby Museum adds a significant assemblage by Daniel Minter, a print by Edgar Degas, a painted collage by Benny Andrews, and a Martha Diamond painting

Two young female students standing up and playing the violin.
Campus and Community

Mentors in Music

A program supported by an O’Hanian-Szostak Fellow expands musical education in Waterville schools

Woman looks at Eastman Johnson paintings at the Colby Museum of Art.

An Overdue Exhibition of an Overlooked Painter

On view at the Colby Museum, Eastman Johnson and Maine is the first solo show in the painter’s home state

McKinley Karpa '23, assistant coach of the women's ice hockey team, stands behind some of the players.

At Home On and Off the Ice

McKinley Karpa ’23 moved from being a standout ice hockey player to enthusiastic coach

drone image of museum buildings with paved walkway along left side of buildings

Colby Museum Summer 2024 Preview

Current and upcoming exhibitions highlight artists’ deep connections to place, process, and people

Michael Yankoski, postdoctoral fellow for the Davis Institute for Artificial Intelligence, teaches a class at the Davis Science Center.
Artificial Intelligence

Learning From a Simulated World

Michael Yankoski, a postdoctoral fellow at the Davis Institute for Artificial Intelligence, wants to use AI to help solve complex human problems

A smiling man in a white doctor's coat stands in the hallway of a medical office.

Holding Their Hearts in His Hands

Cardiac surgeon John Fallon ’05 has a passion for fixing hearts and resetting lives, giving people hope for a better future

A man sits in an upholstered chair on the left and a woman on the right. Both of them are relaxed and smiling. A large bookcase fills the frame behind them.

Many Women Would Rather Not Talk about Money

Cole Kalin ’14 cofounded a business to change that

Bibatshu Thapa Chhetri ’25, left, and Joe Grassi ’25, have been awarded a prestigious $10,000 Davis Projects for Peace grant for a project this summer in Nepal.
Campus and Community

Making a Real-World Difference

Colby’s two Davis Projects for Peace winners will use their $10,000 grant to improve internet access and help farmers in Nepal