Articles by: Sarah Warner

Faces of Colby: Bon Apetit’s Joseph Daniels

Faces of Colby: Bon Apetit’s Joseph Daniels

As many Colby students know, Dana Dining Hall oftentimes gets hectic. Being both the largest dining hall as well as the one most frequently open, it is common to see hordes of hungry college students descend upon its doors. Its late hours means it is often a hotspot for athletes, musicians, and more who have practices that go on long […]

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Faces of Colby: Bon Apetit’s Michael Foss

Faces of Colby: Bon Apetit’s Michael Foss

Colby students love food and visit the dining halls often. After long days of practice, classes, and studying, they enjoy sitting down to a good meal. With accessibility to online dining hall menus, it is easy for students to take their pick from a wide range of cuisines. Much of this variety is due to Michael Foss, a Dining Services […]

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Mingle with a Mule: lunch with Maddy Placik `18

Mingle with a Mule: lunch with Maddy Placik `18

Senior year is an equally exciting and terrifying time- faced with the responsibility of finding a job or applying to grad school, as well as with the prospect of leaving many of their closest friends behind, it’s easy for seniors to feel overwhelmed. Like many other members of the Class of 2018, Maddy Placik is juggling these duties while still […]

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Doomsday bunker sales soar in Maine

Doomsday bunker sales soar in Maine

The fear of the apocalypse is nothing new. From the infamous Y2K bug to the Mayan doomsday prophecy of 2012, people have spent a lot of time worrying about the end of the world as we know it. For many, this anxiety has only been amplified by recent events, as devastating hurricanes have struck the Americas and tension rises in […]

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Waterville mayoral election: get to know the candidates

Waterville mayoral election: get to know the candidates

With the debate at Thomas College on Oct. 24 and the election less than two weeks away, the Waterville mayoral race is heating up. Current Republican Mayor Nicholas Isgro, who is seeking reelection, faces opposition for his seat from former City Council Chairman and Democrat Erik Thomas, as well as Independent John Levesque.   This election comes at a time […]

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Colby: Not just a cheese

Think back to the May of your senior year of highschool: every social media platform flooded with announcements of college acceptances and hallways crowded with students chatting about their plans for the future. The excitement in the air was palpable, and you probably were excited to share your decision to go to Colby. For many Colby students, however, their announcements […]

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Maine Supreme Court hears landmark medical marijuana case

In an interview with WCSH6, Gaeton Bourgoin, a former employee of Twin Rivers paper mill who became addicted to opioids after sustaining a back injury in 1989, claims to find relief in the use of medical marijuana. Now, the highest court in Maine will be deciding on whether or not his cannabis medication should be covered by his worker’s compensation […]

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Topping off ceremony marks development in downtown dorm

Topping off ceremony marks development in downtown dorm

Last Thursday morning, Sept. 28, the final steel beam for the new 10,000 square foot residential complex at 150 Main Street in downtown Waterville was signed and hoisted into place in a ceremony with Colby faculty and students as well as many residents of Waterville. Multiple speakers, including President of the college David Greene, Dean Karlene Burrell-McRae, and Waterville Mayor […]

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Trump’s Secretary of Interior recommends trees to be cut at Katahdin

Trump’s Secretary of Interior recommends trees to be cut at Katahdin

In a memorandum released last week by the Washington Post, Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke recommended President Trump allow “active timber management” at Katahdin Woods and Waters National Monument, which currently emphasize the ‘traditional uses’ of the land such as hunting and snowmobiling.

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