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Greg Cronin

Making it to the Top in the NHL

Greg Cronin ’86, the new head coach of the Anaheim Ducks, started his hockey coaching career at Colby

Runnals Building

Six Faculty Members Receive Promotion

Three are elevated to full professor and three rise to associate professor

Khosro Kalbasi Isfahani, an Iranian human rights activist, journalist, and researcher, is the next Oak Human Rights Fellow.

Iranian Activist Will Serve as Next Oak Human Rights Fellow

Now living in exile, Khosro Kalbasi Isfahani is eager to share stories ‘of brave people who are risking their lives’ to improve the world

Angie Sohn '23 won the Franko-Maisel Prize
Campus and Community

Angie Sohn ’23 Wins Franko-Maisel Prize

She sees public policy work as a way to promote the common good

Rosecrans Baldwin

Finding His Voice in L.A.

The restless sense of inquiry of best-selling author Rosecrans Baldwin ’99 began at Colby

Nikky Singh
Interdisciplinary Studies

Flesh and Spirit

With her lifelong scholarship in Sikhism, Nikky-Guninder Kaur Singh seeks a better world for all

Daniel Franklin ’10 listens to Greg Tatro speak while engaging with a small group of recovery advocates at Jenna’s Coffee House in downtown Johnson.

Keeping His Promise

Colby gave him the tools to become his best self, and now Daniel Franklin ’10 is helping others do the same at Jenna's Promise, a novel new ‘recovery community’ in Vermont


Schlager Family Gift Creates New Opportunities

A financial aid fund will support first-generation students, and a new internship will open career possibilities in national security

Assistant Professor of English Sam Plasencia

Re-examining Our Perception of Black History

Sam Plasencia’s research links Black activism today with early African-American writings

Earle Shettleworth

Earle Shettleworth, History Maker

His Colby education nurtured a passion for history, art, and architecture