Articles by: Grace C. Baldwin

Reflecting on the Emerge Film Festival

When trying to come up with a location to make a film, Maine is not often the first place you think of. A number of factors contribute to the lack of a film industry in the state, including the weather and Maine’s geographic isolation. Additionally, it is expensive to make films in Maine because the state does not offer very […]

A short pause for Thanksgiving

Oh November, thank you for coming (and for bringing a fantastic storm with you to remind us of what to expect in the near future)! November is the month at Colby when things get really stressful, and I have definitely been feeling the stressful vibes as of late. I know exams are coming. I know I have two massive papers […]

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Professor Chan discusses his interests and current projects

Professor Chan discusses his interests and current projects

You may see him walking around campus, cleats in hand. He may have been down at the Athletic Center playing soccer, or you may have seen him walking in and out of West Quad, where he is a faculty resident. Either way, you have definitely seen Assistant Professor of Economics Nathan Chan around campus; you just may not have known […]

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I’m neither a trick nor a treat

Halloween is one of my favorite holidays, and I think that a lot of that is due to the fact that it’s one of the few days I get to dress up in a ridiculous costume and have fun without judgment. Last year, for instance, I dressed up as a Power Ranger. While I’m still undecided on my costume this […]

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Farnham Writers’ Center runs a program in  conjunction with Kennebec Valley Community College

Farnham Writers’ Center runs a program in conjunction with Kennebec Valley Community College

While the Farnham Writers’ Center (FWC) provides a space in which Colby students can receive feedback on written work, it also is the basis for a relationship that extends beyond the Hill. When walking into the Center, one is usually greeted by the smell of coffee and a couple of tutors lounging in armchairs. The white boards on three sides […]

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Student attempts to tackle $100,000 annual cost of residence hall vandalism

Residence hall vandalism (RHV) has been a highly-debated issue on campus for many years. Whether it is a shattered front door or an exit sign on the floor of the apartments, students understand the harmful effects of RHV and recognize the difficulty it poses for Physical Plant Department (PPD) and the custodians who work to keep our living spaces clean […]

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