Fred and Amy Ouellette, owners of popular Waterville restaurant The Last Unicorn, have announced plans to open a second restaurant, The Proper Pig, conditional upon approval of their forgivable loan.
Articles by: Gillian Katz
It’s not breaking news that indoor cycling has taken the fitness world by storm. Whether you prefer to be part of the tribe at SoulCycle or battle it out for the top spot in FlyWheel, you’ve heard of spinning, and have probably tried it (or have at least been tempted to). This past summer, SoulCycle filed for an IPO after […]
Valentine’s Day 2016, or as some may call it Single Awareness Day, has come and gone. Let’s all breathe a sigh of relief. As a single person, I was a happy celebrator of Galentine’s Day, traditionally the day before the main event, but for those single girls out there this is all we’ve got, and it takes up two days. […]
What’s tan and sticky with a hole in the middle? Krispy Kreme donuts, duh. And what’s better, Krispy Kreme is coming to Maine; three locations in Maine to be exact. Remember when Krispy Kreme came to New England for the first time? We were about 10-years-old, obsessed with the dinky paper hats, and all around hopped up on sugar. Krispy […]
At the beginning of the month, the Colby Board of Trustees convened in Boston for their annual Winter meeting. Covering topics such as professor promotion, solar energy on campus, and post-grad opportunities for students, the meeting’s agenda left President Greene “inspired by the insistence of our trustees that we hold Colby to the highest standards.” They may not be familiar […]
The “Colby Vomiter” struck again. After another deep cleaning of the Jitney, a Colby-operated transportation service that travels throughout the greater Waterville area, the school has enacted several rules regarding student conduct inside the vehicle, according to a General Announcement from Ariel Camacho ’16. Firstly, in order to prevent future occurrences of vomiting, there will now be a fine of […]
Harvest on the Square, an event celebrating local business, art, food, and all things Waterville, took place on November 10, 2015 on Common Street, right off of Waterville’s Main Street. The theme of the night was the Waterville’s renaissance and the community’s effort to re-invigorate Waterville as a hub of culture and business. Additionally, the speeches focused on the community […]
Campus Life has recently begun to roll out a new policy that limits students’ access to dorms other than their own past 10:00 p.m. on Fridays and Saturdays.
Sexual violence and misconduct are hot topics of discussion at virtually all college campuses in the country these days, and this week’s Colby Board of Trustees Meeting was no exception.
The fire in the Miller Library was caused by…