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Pulitzer Prize-winning author Colson Whitehead signs books for fans after a reading at the Gordon Center for Creative and Performing Arts.

Sitting Next to a Famous Author in Class

Colson Whitehead shares insights about writing with the College community

election worker setting up

Misinformation and AI in the Election Cycle

The Goldfarb Center for Public Affairs and Davis Institute for Artificial Intelligence host a timely discussion to help navigate the chaos of the election season

Business design strategist Owen Sanderson, right, interviews Halloran Lab director Jeremy Barron '00 during the first-ever Colby Creates Innovation Day.

A Practical Look at Entrepreneurship

Students dream up big ideas for algae during first-ever Colby Creates Innovation Day

Central Maine Bookshop Moves to Waterville

New retail store will play a key role in continuing to build a vibrant downtown

Colby seal

Curious about the Colby Seal or the History of the Mule?

Exhibitions at Miller Library shed light on both

Built for Speed

Thanks to the Podium Project, a new T-bar lift at Sugarloaf whisks skiers up the mountain quickly, improving their ability to train efficiently

Scholarship Stories from 2023

Our faculty’s research had a broad impact across disciplines during the past year

Impactful Videos from 2023

These stories made a lasting impact on the Colby community

Storm Updates

December 20 at 1:54 p.m. Power has been restored to the Mayflower Hill campus. While the power is back and WiFi is functioning, it may take some time for all systems to run seamlessly. Normal campus operations will resume on Thursday. Faculty and staff who remain without power continue to be welcome to come…

Pat Onion

Remembering Professor Emerita Patricia Onion

For 34 years, she enriched communities with her scholarship, writing, and engagement