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Media Stories from 2021

Colby's innovative initiatives received substantial national media attention this year

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$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.

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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

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Eight Unexpected Places AI is Emerging in Colby’s Curriculum

Davis Institute for Artificial Intelligence funds proposals across disciplines

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Colby’s Sustainability Efforts Multiplying Downtown

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

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The Botany of Dominance

Gwynn Shanks’s performance art digs deep into colonialism

President Greene, center, with his wife, Carolyn, and their children to his right, cut the ribbon officially naming the Greene Block + Studios. Benefactors Paula and Peter Lunder are to his left.

Colby Officially Opens and Names Art Space Greene Block + Studios

A one-of-a-kind space for artistic creation, innovation, and community interaction, the Greene Block + Studios is officially open in Waterville.

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Colby Officially Breaks Ground on Gordon Center for Creative and Performing Arts

Largest academic building project In Colby’s history will play an important role in Central Maine’s burgeoning cultural ecosystem

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A Critical Eye Toward the Medical Humanities

Inaugural Public Humanistic Inquiry Lab interrogates race and medicine

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Shoots and Sails

A humanitarian filmmaker lenses Maine’s coast