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Ari Berman addresses issues of voting rights

Ari Berman addresses issues of voting rights

On February 29, the Goldfarb Center for Public Affairs and Civic Engagement’s Colby Election Center brought Ari Berman to campus to discuss his critically narrative history “Give Us the Ballot: The Modern Struggle for Voting Rights in America.” Berman, a contributing writer to The Nation, addressed how the political climate regarding voting rights has changed since the passing of the […]

by Olivia Ainsworth· · 0 comments · News
Sarandon promotes Sanders campaign on Mayflower Hill

Sarandon promotes Sanders campaign on Mayflower Hill

On February 24, dozens of students, faculty members, and locals gathered in Page Auditorium to welcome Academy Award-winning actress, activist, and Bernie Sanders surrogate, Susan Sarandon. The visit came at the tail end of Sarandon’s statewide tour, where she spoke at several Maine colleges, including Bowdoin and University of Maine Orono. The tour came just two weeks before Maine’s caucus […]

SGA’s second meeting readdresses Colby Affirmation tenants

SGA’s second meeting readdresses Colby Affirmation tenants

The Student Government Association (SGA) had its second formal meeting of the year last Sunday, February 28. The meeting began with a presentation from Alisa Johnson, the Director of the Career Center. The Career Center is introducing a new web initiative, Campus Tap. This resource is designed to be a LinkedIn of sorts, except that it is aimed specifically at […]

by Tarini Hardikar· · 0 comments · News
Don’t get caucus blocked in 2016

Don’t get caucus blocked in 2016

In just a little over two weeks, the day we’ve all been waiting for will be here: March 6. There are many reasons to be excited for March 6. It’s the birthday of preeminent visionaries, like Michelangelo, Marion Barry, and Bubba Sparxxx. It’s the day the Battle of the Alamo began, Ghana gained independence from Britain, Cassius Clay became Muhammad […]

by Jake Bleich· · 0 comments · Opinion

Don’t get caucus blocked in 2016

In just a little over two weeks, the day we’ve all been waiting for will be here: March 6. There are many reasons to be excited for March 6. It’s the birthday of preeminent visionaries, like Michelangelo, Marion Barry, and Bubba Sparxxx. It’s the day the Battle of the Alamo began, Ghana gained independence from Britain, Cassius Clay became Muhammad […]

by Jake Bleich· · 0 comments · Uncategorized