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5 things to look forward to at Sugarloaf this year

5 things to look forward to at Sugarloaf this year

It’s 8 a.m. on a Saturday morning. Your friends are struggling to make their way from their Hillside double to your Subaru Outback, where the tunes are bumping and the Dunkin is flowing. With winter coming, many Colby students are eagerly awaiting the opening of Sugarloaf Mountain, one of the most popular destinations for the snowy days. Whether it’s a […]

by Jamie Schwartz· · 0 comments · Local, Uncategorized

Bill Cosby, An Honorary Colby Degree Recipient

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 smoke outside of Miller Library on October 27, 2015. Photo Credit: Jake Bleich

The Library is Burning. No Actually…

The fire in the Miller Library was caused by…

Sodexo workers deserve compassion

Have you ever thought about who makes up our Colby community? Certainly, there are diferent answers for everybody, but we all eat in the dining halls at some point. For all of us, Sodexo workers are a substantial part of our community. Maybe we just pass by, ask them how they are doing, and say thank you on our way […]

by Ester Topolarova· · 0 comments · Uncategorized
Merging of Waterville festivals a success

Merging of Waterville festivals a success

This past Sunday, October 4, hundreds of people flocked to Head of the Falls in Waterville to celebrate the arrival of Fall during the 12th annual Harvest Fest. For the first time this year, this festival combined the Harvest Fest, Festival At the Falls, and the new Maine Craft Weekend all on the same day. The festival in- cluded activities […]

Italian Market to Open in Waterville

Italian Market to Open in Waterville

Candace and Tom Savinelli, owners of popular Waterville bakery and deli Holy Cannoli, are opening their second storefront downtown, a market specializing in Italian foodstuffs.

Story Time: increasing inclusion on campus

Story Time is a program initiated by the Student Government Association (SGA) in 2012 where students are nominated to share a story with their fellow students. The stories may include information about the student’s background, but there is no set format for the story.  During Story Time, a student may speak about an experience, recount a challenge in their lives, […]

by Carli Jaff· · 0 comments · Uncategorized

Waterville Stakeholder Meetings Conclude: Greene Updates College

In March, Colby joined with the Town of Waterville to re-energize and revitalize the downtown economy and the College’s relationship with the greater Waterville community. Involved in this collaboration was the College’s purchase of three storefronts on Main Street. President of the College David A. Greene hopes that this new presence downtown can help create local job opportunities and attract […]

by Gillian Katz· · 0 comments · News, Uncategorized
Prinella Mitchell 1926-2015

Prinella Mitchell 1926-2015

Colby Basketball is without one of their biggest alumni cheerleaders this season, as Prinella “Prin” Mitchell passed away on Saturday, September fifth at the age of 88 as a result of a fall in her home. Prinella was born on October 31, 1926 in Waterville and grew up in Winslow. She was married to the love of her life, longtime […]

by Will Walkey· · 0 comments · Sports, Uncategorized

Volleyball earns two wins

The Colby Women’s Volleyball Team opened NESCAC play this weekend with a pair of impressive 3-0 victories over Trinity College (0-2 NESCAC, 2-4 overall) and Wesleyan University (0-2 NESCAC, 3-3 overall). The Mules (2-0 NESCAC 5-3 overall) maintained their undefeated home record in the budding new season. Colby began their weekend slate on Friday evening against Trinity in front of […]

by Andrew D'Anieri· · 0 comments · Sports, Uncategorized