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Harold Alfond Athletic Center Field House with runner

Top 10 Videos of 2020

Highlighting stories that made an impact

Assistant Professor of Computer Science Hannah Wolfe in her lab

Top 10 Scholarship Stories of 2020

Highlighting the wide-ranging impact of our faculty's work

PBS Newshour

Top 10 Media Stories of 2020

Colby Steps Into National Media Spotlight

Qifan “Frank” Hu ’23

Gained in Translation

A Colby-led team works to introduce a new branch of philosophical thought to China

Colby Symphony Orchestra virtual concert

Colby Ensembles Ready for Virtual Performance

The Department of Music takes its ensembles concerts typically scheduled for live performances on campus post-Thanksgiving online.

Professor Douglas Archibald, English, talking to student

Gifted Scholar, Teacher, and Administrator Douglas Archibald Dies at 87

Roberts Professor of English, Emeritus, and Vice President and Dean for Faculty from 1982 to 1988 Douglas N. Archibald passed away at 87.

Jacob Lawrence painting

Colby College Museum of Art Acquires Jacob Lawrence’s The Life of Toussaint L’Ouverture Print Series

Rare print series gifted by philanthropists Peter and Paula Lunder manifests the artistic and narrative power of one of the most important American artists of the 20th century

Vivaldi Alfresco

An impromptu concert reminds us that music inspires despite the pandemic

Edge of urban area and forest seen from the air

In a New Light

Environmental Philosophy Keith PetersonAssociate Professor of Philosophy Associate Professor of Philosophy Keith Peterson recently published a new book, A World Not Made for Us: Topics in Critical Environmental Philosophy (SUNY Press), which provides much-needed historical and conceptual context for addressing the environmental challenges faced today and raises…

Gordon Center Aerial Overlay

Colby Begins to Lay Groundwork for Gordon Center for Creative and Performing Arts

Colby College began phase one of the new Gordon Center for Creative and Performing Arts project, planned to be built at the southern gateway to campus.