“You will not know what it feels like until it happens to you…but I hope you can try,” said Mattie Wyndham ’19, as she recounted her experiences to members of the Colby community gathered to listen to the experiences detailed by ten different students. Sponsored by the Oak Student Committee—of the Oak Institute for the Study of International Human Rights—the […]
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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.
A new college committee redefined the academic honesty policy, aiming to make it an intrinsic part of the College community.
Last month, President David A. Greene announced Ruth Jackson’s new position as Vice President of Communications. Jackson began working at the College in 2004, and prior to her current position, she held four positions within the Communications department. When interviewed, Jackson noted that when she was first hired, she only expected to stay for three to five years, since at […]
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 […]