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President Greene delivers State of the College address

President Greene delivers State of the College address

On February 11, the Student Government Association (SGA), in conjunction with the President’s of- fice, hosted the State of the College Address; an open forum intended to help inform the community on overarching goals, missions, and plans for the College. In front of a large student audience, Student Body President, Michael Loginoff ’16, and Vice-President Brittany Chin ’16, began the […]

New college ranking less prestigious

New college ranking less prestigious

Throughout the years, there have been many different systems that rank the thousands of colleges and universities in the United States. The rankings that have stuck out most have been those similar to U.S. News, which compiles lists of America’s top universities and liberal arts colleges annually. While these rankings generally take a number of factors into account, the single […]

by Ethan Schuler· · 0 comments · Opinion

Changes in NESCAC admissions policies

In the past couple of weeks, multiple NESCAC schools have implemented changes in their application processes. The past decade has seen a hostile reaction against U.S. college admissions testing. Many people consider it unfair that schools require standardized test scores, because often times students have test scores that don’t adequately reflect their academic performance. This can discourage students from applying […]

by Grant Alenson· · 1 comment · News
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 […]

by Brandon Blackburn· · 0 comments · Featured, Features