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Alex Roth '24, a chemistry and music double major and mathematics minor, has been named class marshal.

For Alex Roth ’24, Class Marshal is His Latest Honor

The chemistry and music double major has learned to follow his interests and curiosities because ‘I don’t like being bored’

Cushnoc Brewing Co. in Augusta, Maine

Central Maine Brewery Expands to Waterville

New beers, tacos, and tequila will complement burgeoning food and beverage scene

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

A scenic view of the Colby campus

Colby Expands Financial Aid to Help Middle-Income Families

New program will cap tuition, room, and board at multiple income levels

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

Gordon Center for Creative and Performing Arts as seen from patio in front of Runnals Hall

Class of 2028 Admitted to Colby

The College draws from its largest pool of applicants and offers admission to an academically talented class of first-year students

Speakers and honorands for Commencement 2024 include (top to bottom, left to right) Gov. Janet T. Mills, Doris Kearns Goodwin '64, Ann Beha, Claude Rwaganje, Dwayne Tomah, Earle Shettleworth Jr. '70, and Susan Unterberg.

Presidential Historian Doris Kearns Goodwin is Commencement Speaker and Maine Gov. Janet Mills is Baccalaureate Speaker

The College will also honor architect Ann Beha, immigrants’ advocate Claude Rwaganje, Maine state historian Earle Shettleworth Jr. ’70, Passamaquoddy leader Dwayne Tomah, and women artist advocate Susan Unterberg

Mo Willems

Waterville Celebrates Bestselling Children’s Book Author and Illustrator Mo Willems

The acclaimed author will speak at Colby and receive an honorary degree and also offer events for community children

Composite of tenured faculty

Tenure Awarded to Five Faculty Members

Hailing from the Natural Sciences Division, the professors are also named Haynesville Project Fellows

Miller Library in winter

Colby Receives Transformational Gift for Financial Aid

An extraordinary $50-million commitment will benefit thousands of families over time