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Doghead: a Colby tradition without an origin

Doghead: a Colby tradition without an origin

Prior to the early 2000s Doghead had the possibility of being a weekly occurrence. In the September 20, 1990 issue of The Colby Echo, Doghead was a plural event, described simply as an “early-morning party most notably crafted for the hard-core partier and is named to reference to biting the head of the dog that bit you the night before.” […]

by Grant Alenson· · 0 comments · Editor Pick News, News
Some students don’t mind destroying homes

Some students don’t mind destroying homes

With seven destroyed exit signs, and ceiling tile damages, three puddles of vomit, a broken soap dispenser, shattered glass, a torn window screen, and excessive untidiness in common spaces, this weekend the Alfond Senior Apartments were billed $809.59 for damage repair and fined $3,650.00, bringing vandalism expenses to a total of $4,459.59 in the apartments alone. Residence hall vandalism surged […]

by Sam Kane· · 0 comments · Editor Pick News
CVC, SGA pilot “No-Damage November” program

CVC, SGA pilot “No-Damage November” program

In an email to the campus community on November 1, the Colby Volunteer Center (CVC) and Student Government Association (SGA) announced a new initiative to combat dorm damage. The program, entitled “No-Damage November” will aim to raise money for the Mid-Maine Homeless Shelter through donations and awareness. According to the email, students from the Hill have helped out the shelter […]

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