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AI-generated art made with the prompt "London Street rainy night expressionism."

Davis Institute for AI Issues a Call for Art

Art made with the help of artificial intelligence can be controversial, but it’s also a way to showcase human creativity

Aerial photo of Miller Library.

A Deeper Conversation with this Year’s Oak Fellows

Fighting for Indigenous rights and the environment is a way of life for Michelle Cook and Ana Lucía Ixchíu Hernández

Vaclav Havel

Havel and Our Crisis

A major conference at Colby looks at today’s world through the lens of Czech playwright and statesman Václav Havel

A New Park in Downtown Waterville Honors Colby’s Connections to Levine’s Clothing Store

Adjacent to the Lockwood Hotel, the green space marks the former home of the legendary retailer

Veronica Perez

Children’s Art Informs Museum Exhibits

The Lunder Institute and Children’s Discovery Museum collaborate on community art

Josh Wolman playing tennis

Where Faith and Sports Intersect

Six Colby athletes are competing in the Maccabiah Games in Israel this summer

robot dog Spot

Incorporating New Programs with Traditions Creates a Vibrant Summer Community at Colby

Nearly 2,500 people will participate in non-credit courses, seminars, and camps

Abraham Lincoln: The Man

What is American Art?

The Colby Museum’s new guidelines embrace a pluralistic, inclusive definition

Kevin Smith

Colby Names a New Director of Libraries

Kevin Smith, a national expert in copyright law and its impact on scholars, will begin his duties on Mayflower Hill in August

At Colby’s 201st Commencement, Students are Empowered to Make Positive Change

Members of the Class of 2022 face a vastly different world today than when they arrived on Mayflower Hill four years ago