Drawn by artist and Colby Visual Resources Curator Maggie Libby ’81, this portrait of Colby’s first female African-American graduate, Marion Osborne (Class of 1900), was displayed at the University of Maine at Farmington Art Gallery from Feb. 7 to March 14. Libby’s exhibition, Across References: Mapping the Paths of Glaciers, Rivers, Women’s Lives, also included portraits of other prominent Colby women, large-scale erasable charcoal drawings of the Sandy and Kennebec rivers, and interactive paintings.
Thomas Rippon ’68 Makes $1 Million Gift to Colby Financial Aid
The entrepreneur and civic leader cites his long-term gratitude toward the College
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
An Adrenaline Junkie with a Passion for Filmmaking
Joey Searle ’20 is making his way in the world of extreme sports filmmaking