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Alex Bingham ’26 works on an assignment during a statistics class in Davis Science Center taught by Assistant Professor of Statistics Annie Tang.

New Data Science Major Sets the College Apart

The fast-growing field of data science gives people the tools to find patterns and make predictions from the torrent of data that surrounds us

Diplomat Makes the Case for Saving Democracies

Robert Gelbard ’64 returns to campus to remind students, and others, that democracy should not be taken for granted

Colby Welcomes Class of 2027

608 first-year students arrive prepared to meet the unique challenges of a Colby education

Annie Kloppenberg, associate professor of performance, theater, and dance and inaugural director of the Lyons Arts Lab, delivers the 206th Convocation address on the Lorimer Chapel lawn.

At Convocation, Students are Urged to Move, Play, and Thrive

‘Let’s find all the joy that we can in this community,’ President Greene tells the Class of 2027

Christian Okyere ’26

More Than the Sum of its Parts

A unique summer camp aimed at Waterville children unexpectedly benefits Colby students

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

Jillian Dowling ’24 helps unload food truck

A ‘Co-Creative Relationship’ Toward Building Community

The Office of Civic Engagement fosters deeper, meaningful, and sustainable partnerships

Kids' cubbies at the Happy Days Childcare and Learning Center at Colby College.

The State of Maine Has a Childcare Crisis

The Goldfarb Center for Public Affairs is bringing people together to find policy solutions for the childcare problem

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

Angie Sohn '23 won the Franko-Maisel Prize

Angie Sohn ’23 Wins Franko-Maisel Prize

She sees public policy work as a way to promote the common good