Articles by: Adelaide Bullock

SGA Treasurer Candidate: Eric Kim ’17

SGA Treasurer Candidate: Eric Kim ’17

Hey Colby, my name is Eric and I am running to be your next SGA Treasurer. In my tenure as treasurer, I hope to achieve what I call the COLBY platform. C – Creating a more efficient system of dialogue and expression. As many of you have felt in the past couple of years, we need to develop a more […]

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SGA Treasurer Candidate: Chandler Smith’18

SGA Treasurer Candidate: Chandler Smith’18

As Treasurer, my goal is first and foremost is to be a representation of the student body. In order to improve the system that we already have in place, I strive to ensure an effective use of the SGA budget. I plan to make the process more efficient while simultaneously implementing a sense of accountability that holds ourselves to the […]

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Class of 2019 SGA Presidential Candidates: Kyndhal Stewart & Nizar Kaddouri

Class of 2019 SGA Presidential Candidates: Kyndhal Stewart & Nizar Kaddouri

Dear Members of the Class of 2019, We are Kyndhal and Nizar, two freshmen respectively from Texas and Morocco, and we want you to elect us as your Class Presidents for the year 2016-2017. Our platform works toward one main goal: making Sophomore year as great as it can be. To achieve this we plan to focus on four axes: […]

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Class of 2018 SGA Presidential Candidates: Liz Paulino, Jake Lester and Maddie Partridge

Class of 2018 SGA Presidential Candidates: Liz Paulino, Jake Lester and Maddie Partridge

This is Liz Paulino, Jake Lester and Maddie Partridge and we’re excited to run for Junior Class Presidents!’ Liz is an involved member of SGA as class president and she’s really passionate about her work as the First Generation to College Fellow. She founded the Colby Bates Bowdoin Alliance and is one of the Vice Presidents for the Women Of […]

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Class of 2018 SGA Presidential Candidates: Kat Restrepo and Jacob Adner

Class of 2018 SGA Presidential Candidates: Kat Restrepo and Jacob Adner

Jacob Adner and Kat Restrepo are running for 2018 Junior Class presidents and are excited to share their platform with you all! Let’s make Junior Year the best it can be! Class Unity Junior Year is difficult in the sense that many people are going abroad or spending time engaging in other activities. So our goal is to bring our […]

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Globe Cartoonist Visits

Globe Cartoonist Visits

On March 8, Colby parent Dan Wasserman P’16, the editorial cartoonist for the Boston Globe, came to campus to discuss his cartoons from current and past election cycles, the role that satire and cartoons play in a democracy, and conflicts with his editors, readers and publishers. His visit was sponsored by the Goldfarb Center for public affairs and civic engagement.  […]

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Waterville City Council to vote on riverwalk and road projects

Continuing with Waterville’s plans of revitalizing the downtown area in partnership with Colby, City Councilors will consider awarding contracts for road projects and a riverwalk design for the Head of the Falls on March 15 at 7 P.M. The road project in question would alter the  dangerous five-way intersection at First Rangeway and Western Avenue, and is expected  to cost […]

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LePage’s endorsement of Trump raises questions

After speaking out against Republican Presidential Candidate and current frontrunner Donald Trump at the Republican Governor’s meeting, saying that Trump would hurt the party and urged the governors present to pen an “open letter” to the American people, Governor LePage has endorsed Trump for president. Additionally, on February 9, the day of the New Hampshire primary, LePage told Bangor’s radio […]

Purchase of Waterville concourse approved

Purchase of Waterville concourse approved

In recent months, Colby has been planning its role in the revitalization of Waterville, particularly the building of a new dormitory in downtown’s Concourse for 150 students, staff and faculty. Last Tuesday, these plans became a reality when the Waterville city council voted 6-0 to approve the purchase of the .77 acre site on The Concourse for $300,000. Several local […]

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Doc Hollandaise: Colby students’ new breakfast spot?

Doc Hollandaise: Colby students’ new breakfast spot?

Considering Colby’s remote location in rural Maine, there is a surprising abundance of nearby foodie destinations: Hallowell has The Liberal Cup and Slate’s, Portland has a seemingly never-ending supply of new restaurants to try, and even Waterville has the Last Unicorn, Amici’s, and the Napoli Market opening a few weeks. But when Colby students excitedly talk about their next foodie […]

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