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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

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

Mike Ballin and Blueprint Surf Co.

Surf’s Up, and It’s Green

Mike Ballin ’21 is using recycled plastic to 3D print surfboards at Blueprint Surf Co. 

Pond Houses and Miller Library seen from a drone

Colby Residence Halls Named After Four Influential Women

Jacqueline Núñez, Carol Swann-Daniels, Jane Powers, and Paula Lunder will be honored

Loren Walensky and Tommy DeAngelis in lab

Twenty Years of Colby Students and Cancer Research

Pediatric oncologist Dr. Loren Walensky isn’t a Colby alum, but since 2005 he’s hosted students and young alumni in his award-winning Dana-Farber lab

Yannik Buchi in Long Island City

He Discovered Software Engineering and Found Himself

Yannik Büchi ’17 double majored in French and biology, and today he’s a full-stack software developer at real estate startup Upright

Steven Weiberg in Catskills

Teaching Kids to Ask the Big Questions

Artist Steven Weinberg ’06 takes an interdisciplinary approach to his children’s books

Laney Brown

Connecting with Colby

Laney Brown ’90, a senior executive with Avangrid, returns to campus to lead a Jan Plan course about sustainability in the energy sector