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Miller Library

Class of 2027 Admitted to Colby

The College offers admission to its most diverse and academically talented class of first-year students

Bill Cotter

William R. Cotter, Colby’s Longest-Tenured President, Has Died

He served for 21 years, leading the College through a period of dramatic growth and change

Alli Lambert

Alli Lambert Joins Colby as Chief Development Officer

She has worked in all aspects of higher-education fundraising during her career

Carl Nelson

Legendary Athletic Trainer Carl E. Nelson Dies at 92

An innovator in sports medicine, he served Olympic athletes, Colby students, and Waterville youngsters with the same caring spirit

Craig Loftus

Craig Loftus Joins Colby as Chief Information Officer

He has dedicated his career to helping fast-paced organizations manage their technology needs

Jeremy Barron

Jeremy Barron ’00 to Direct Halloran Lab for Entrepreneurship

An innovator and visionary, Barron will help make the lab integral to the Colby experience

Miller Tower in winter

Six Faculty Members Promoted and Awarded Tenure

The newest cohort of senior faculty are also named Haynesville Project Fellows

Mark Jude Poirier

Colby’s Newest Jennifer Jahrling Forese Writer-in-Residence Will Focus on Screenwriting

Mark Jude Poirier’s writing credits include the movies Smart People, Goats, and other titles

Frank Apantaku '71

Commemorating Frank Apantaku ’71

Colby names boardroom in honor of the noted trauma surgeon and trustee emeritus

Alison Beyea

Colby Announces Hiring of Executive Director for the Goldfarb Center

Alison Beyea, former director of the ACLU of Maine, will bring her public policy expertise and passion for helping others to Mayflower Hill