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Update on Board of Trustees meeting by President Greene

Update on Board of Trustees meeting by President Greene

Two weeks ago the Board of Trustees and President David Greene convened on campus for the Autumn Board of Trustees meeting. They discussed initiatives to continue their agenda to cement Colby among the world’s best liberal arts colleges. Noting the importance of keeping everyone on campus cohesive and informed as the College implements current projects, SGA is hosted a State […]

by Sierra Fuller· · 0 comments · News
Denouncing the Demagogue, Aloud and Together

Denouncing the Demagogue, Aloud and Together

Last night, President Greene emphasized his commitment to an inclusive, diverse, safe, supportive community at Colby where all students can learn and grow without fear. He emphasized that students perpetrating violence or participating in exclusionary organizations will incur severe consequences, and he urged students to trust the college’s reporting process. Some students I spoke with later were disappointed the address […]

College responds to Civil Discourse bias report

College responds to Civil Discourse bias report

On January 22, the College community was made aware of an alleged bias incident via a senior student’s Civil Discourse message. The described event took place inside the Alfond Senior Apartments. The student who wrote the Civil Discourse post said that the conflict arose between himself and a group of male students who reside in the Apartments. The student said […]

by Peg Schreiner· · 0 comments · Editor Pick News, Featured, News
Trustees, Bradley discuss multiculturalism on campus

Trustees, Bradley discuss multiculturalism on campus

On October 22, the Student Government Association (SGA) hosted a discussion on multiculturalism between members of the Board of Trustees, Senior Associate Dean for Diversity and Inclusion Tashia Bradley, and students. In an official notice email, SGA wrote that the talk would engage students about “multiculturalism, diversity and inclusion in education” and builds on the College’s commitment to “an inclusive […]

by Peg Schreiner· · 0 comments · Editor Pick News, Featured