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Costume shop closeup

$2-Million Gift to Support Costume Shop in Gordon Center for Creative and Performing Arts

The gift was made possible through the generosity of a loyal Colby alum who was also a longtime resident of Waterville.

173 Main St.

The Robin’s Nest Moves to Main Street

New Space Provides Room for Growth and Adds to the Vibrant Mix of Downtown Businesses

Cliff Reid

Professor Emeritus Clifford Reid, Scholar of Discrimination in American Life, Dies at 76

Remembering the life and scholarship of Clifford E. Reid, the Charles A. Dana Professor of Economics, Emeritus, who died Nov. 6, 2021, in Waterville, Maine.

Jane Powers

Fenway Health’s Jane Powers ’86 to Lead Colby College Board of Trustees

A principled leader with profound wisdom and insight—and exemplary commitment to Colby—will assume the role in May 2022

Final Beam on Schupf Art Center

Community Celebrates as Final Beam Placed on Paul J. Schupf Art Center

Construction continues apace at the arts center, which will ensure access to superior arts programming for the entire community

Lockwood Hotel

Colby’s Sustainability Efforts Multiplying Downtown

Lockwood Hotel and Paul J. Schupf Art Center most recent examples of green building designs

Happy Days Childcare

Colby Addresses Need for Childcare with New Center on Campus

Amid nationwide challenges regarding the availability and affordability of childcare, Colby opens new facility in renovated Millett House.

John Lyons '85 and Jeff Packman '88

Board of Trustees Welcomes Two New Members

John Lyons '85 and Jeff Packman '88 elected to Board of Trustees.

Miller Library at Colby College

Colby Announces Halloran Lab for Entrepreneurship

New Lab Will Elevate Entrepreneurism in the Liberal Arts

Students walking on the Colby campus

Caste Added to Colby’s Nondiscrimination Policy

Colby has added caste to its nondiscrimination policy, becoming the second educational institution in the nation to recognize caste as a protected category.