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Miller Library

This Moment of Leaving: Four Faculty Members Retire

As teachers, scholars, and mentors, they leave a lasting legacy on campus and beyond

Colby Museum

Colby Museum of Art Welcomes New Members to the Board of Governors

The new governors will advance the museum as a leading academic institution with a strong community focus

Mary Kay Whitmore

Remembering Mary Kay Whitmore, 1944-2023

‘Colby basketball had no greater friend than Mary Kay Whitmore,’ a champion in all walks of life

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

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

Miller Library

Colby Welcomes Gifts from Generous Alumni

Colby has received several gifts totaling $450,000 from alumni, whose support of the College stems from their profound experiences on Mayflower Hill. In support of economics Colby is pleased to accept two gifts totaling $200,000 from the Alan and Gay Quimby Auerbach Trust to support the College’s Economics Department.

Miller Library

Bloomberg Philanthropies Recognizes Colby as an American Talent Initiative ‘High-Flier’

The College is named one of 28 national leaders in lower-income student enrollment, serving as a model for others

Commencement 2023 hat ross

At Colby’s 202nd Commencement, Messages of Triumph and Hope

Political analyst Amy Walter tells the graduates to trust their instincts: ‘You get where you want to go with your own internal GPS to guide you,’ she says.

Class of 2023 Urged to Embrace Hope, Community

Baccalaureate speaker Amna Nawaz encouraged the graduating seniors to follow their own path