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Mr. Buffett’s Maine contribution

Mr. Buffett’s Maine contribution

On the weekend of May 1, I attended the 50th annual Berkshire Hathaway shareholders’ meeting in Omaha, Nebraska with my Dad. Frequent attendees and first time visitors like myself arrived to a city bursting at its seams. My Dad and I arrived in front of the CenturyLink Center (capacity 17,500) at around 5:30 a.m. on Saturday morning, and stood in […]

SGA completes ’14-’15 agenda

SGA completes ’14-’15 agenda

At the most recent Student Government Association (SGA) meeting, Dean of Students Jim Terhune put forth a motion on behalf of the College Affairs Committee (CAC) and the Academic Affairs Committee (AAC). The proposal involves a new procedural system for violations of the academic honesty policy. This system aims to redesign the process as a “relational one” as opposed to […]

Women’s lacrosse season ends at quarterfinals

Women’s lacrosse season ends at quarterfinals

As has seemingly become a tradition over the last few years, Colby women’s lacrosse played yet another extremely close, one-point game against Bowdoin. Unfortunately for the Mules, the hard fought 12-11 NESCAC Quarterfinal loss would be their last of the year, capping off a largely successful season. Because every game against the Polar Bears since 2010 has been decided by […]

Matt Proto discusses past experiences and plans for Colby

Matt Proto discusses past experiences and plans for Colby

Echo: What are your initial impressions of Colby and of Maine in general? Matt Proto: It is clear that Colby’s community is one of its most defining features. From President Greene’s enthusiastic leadership to faculty who value working with dynamic students to alumni who are making a positive impact, the strong sense of community permeates throughout the College. Colby’s commitment […]

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