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Bibatshu Thapa Chhetri ’25, left, and Joe Grassi ’25, have been awarded a prestigious $10,000 Davis Projects for Peace grant for a project this summer in Nepal.

Making a Real-World Difference

Colby’s two Davis Projects for Peace winners will use their $10,000 grant to improve internet access and help farmers in Nepal

Tyerra Osborne '27 (left) and Kat Varner '26 performed as dancers in IN TANDEM: The Unconventional Fashion Experience, a student-created event that took shape thanks to the Lyons Art Lab.

A Fashion Show for Everyone

How student dreams and work were brought to life in IN TANDEM: The Unconventional Fashion Experience

Jubilant graduates from the Class of 2024 fling their caps into the air after receiving their diplomas.

Buoyed by Hope and Light, Class of 2024 Departs Mayflower Hill

Graduates and their families celebrate their accomplishments, draw inspiration from commencement speaker Doris Kearns Goodwin

A faculty member gives an enthusiastic hug to a member of the Class of 2024 at Colby's 203rd Baccalaureate.

On the Brink of ‘Endless Possibilities’

At baccalaureate, members of the Class of 2024 embrace the future while reflecting on their journey

Professor with her hands in the air and a big smile on her face.

Last Lecture Full of Laughter, Whimsy, and Affection

Bassett Teaching Award winner Tarja Raag uses humor to show her appreciation for the Class of 2024

A group of students gather around a table with their laptop computers.

Digging Into Data

At DataFest ’24, teams of students spent a weekend sifting through information to ask questions and glean insights

Students in Assistant Professor of Music José Martínez's Intro to Afro-Latin Drumming course rehearse in Studio 2 at the Gordon Center for Creative and Performing Arts as part of CLAS 2024.

A Celebration of Student Scholarship 

The annual Colby Liberal Arts Symposium, believed to be the biggest undergraduate research symposium in the country, brings the campus community together

Andrew Iferenta ’24 and his parents

Exceeding Expectations

Condon Medal winner announced and student achievements celebrated during award ceremony

Yumi Kang '24, left, and Jackie Hardwick '24, will teach overseas for a year after winning prestigious Fulbright fellowships.

Fulbright Fellows Will Teach in Taiwan and South Korea

Hard work pays off for Jackie Hardwick ’24 and Yumi Kang ’24, who receive prestigious fellowships

Farnham Writers' Center

One Writer at a Time

With peer-to-peer tutoring, the Farnham Writers’ Center prepares students for a lifetime of effective communication