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Coffee house gets a 2017 update

Coffee house gets a 2017 update

Stepping into the new Mary Low Coffee House takes one’s breath away. It is unlike any other building on campus and was initiated and run all by Colby students. The idea, creation, design, and programming for the space were spearheaded by current and past students at Colby. Maggie Burgos `18, who is a barista at the coffee house, said that […]

by Gretchen O'Brien· · 0 comments · News
New faces at Colby

New faces at Colby

This academic year, Colby welcomes 41 new faculty members to Mayflower Hill. They represent 23 different departments, come from all over the world, and have had countless experiences that influence where they are today and the work in which they engage. The Echo was lucky enough  to pick the brains of 12 of these professors, each of whom were willing […]

by Jamie Schwartz· · 0 comments · News
Coffee house gives 2017 update

Coffee house gives 2017 update

Stepping into the new Mary Low Coffee House takes one’s breath away. It is unlike any other building on campus and was initiated and run all by Colby students. The idea, creation, design, and programming for the space were spearheaded by current and past students at Colby. Maggie Burgos `18, who is a barista at the coffee house, said that […]

by Gretchen O'Brien· · 0 comments · News
Faculty respond to a surprising Trump victory

Faculty respond to a surprising Trump victory

“I’m seeing a lot of blurry eyes. I’ve seen all day a lot of sad and anxious faces as well—that’s understandable,” said Dan Shea Director of Goldfarb Center for Public Affairs and Civic Engagement and Professor of Government. The day following the Presidential election the Goldfarb Center for Public Affairs and Civic Engagement hosted an event headed by Shea to […]

by Peg Schreiner· · 0 comments · Editor Pick News
Greene addresses College at gathering, points out shortcomings of the community

Greene addresses College at gathering, points out shortcomings of the community

On Monday, March 14, 2016 the community gathered to discuss recent events, posts, and incidents on campus that have left some members of the community feeling vulnerable and unsupported. There was an event previously scheduled for the same date and time at which the Task Force on Diversity, Inclusion, and Equity was supposed to host a forum with members of […]

Cultural mockery: an open letter to that kid

What follows here is a true account of how a happy Halloween turned into a crappy one. So let’s start from the beginning, the day before. So…it’s Hallows Eve and, like every other day before a festive holiday at college that requires some kind of dressing up, I have nothing. I scavenged through my “costume chest” with no luck. No […]