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Colby Welcomes Newest Cohort of Trustees

Six leaders have recently been elected to serve on the Board of Trustees

Gordon Center

‘Setting the Stage’ at the Gordon Center

The Gordon Center for Creative and Performing Arts puts out the welcome mat for a Colby and community open house


Colby Welcomes Class of 2027

608 first-year students arrive prepared to meet the unique challenges of a Colby education

Annie Kloppenberg, associate professor of performance, theater, and dance and inaugural director of the Lyons Arts Lab, delivers the 206th Convocation address on the Lorimer Chapel lawn.
Campus and Community

At Convocation, Students are Urged to Move, Play, and Thrive

‘Let’s find all the joy that we can in this community,’ President Greene tells the Class of 2027

Evan Gershkovich

Evan Gershkovich to Receive Lovejoy Award for Courage in Journalism

The detained Wall Street Journal correspondent is a profile of tenacity and bravery

Natural Sciences

Urgent Work on the Impact of Wildfire Emissions

Assistant Professor of Chemistry Greg Drozd studies soot from wildfires at the molecular level to measure the impact on our climate

Christian Okyere ’26
Natural Sciences

More Than the Sum of its Parts

A unique summer camp aimed at Waterville children unexpectedly benefits Colby students

Ben Tuff ’23 takes an early morning swim in Narragansett Bay near Jamestown, R.I.

Tough Enough to Overcome His Demons

The subject of a new documentary, Ben Tuff ’03 uses long-distance swimming to beat addiction

Jerzy Wieczorek, Assistant Professor of Statistics
Social Sciences

Building a Better Statistical Model

Research by a Colby statistics professor and two students has been published in a peer-reviewed journal and downloaded thousands of times

Gabriella Johnson

Gabriella Johnson ’14 Wins Prestigious Rome Prize

The art historian will use the award to further her study of the Mediterranean Sea’s influence on early modern art