During the most recent meeting of the Board of Trustees, the Trustee Task Force on Student Accountability sought an endorsement of their draft of the Colby Affirmation.
- Class year: 2015
During the Student Government Association’s (SGA) meeting on April 21, Grossman Dorm President Kylie VanBuren ’15 moved to “recommend to the College Affairs Committee [CAC] and Academic Affairs Committee [AAC] that the process for adjudicating academic infractions be incorporated into a fully representative conduct board to include a student voice,” according to the meeting agenda.
The Bridge is hosting its annual Pride Week April 13 to 20. The slogan of the week is “200 years queer.”
The College’s first Gender and Sexual Diversity (GSD) Program Director Andrea Breau ’03 resigned, according to an Official Notice sent March 21.
The College’s 2010 Oak Fellow, National Director of the Zimbabwe Peace Project (ZPP) Jestina Mukoko, was recently arrested in Harare, Zimbabwe for “allegedly operating an ‘unregistered’ operation” according to a Zimbabwe Lawyers for Human Rights information alert.
In the fall of 2014, the College’s first Houston Posse group will arrive on the Hill.
Former Associate Director of Human Resources Bonnie Smith died on March 11.
Students and prospective students alike packed Page Commons on March 10 to listen to the Student Government Association’s (SGA) Story Time speaker Lester Batiste ’13.
Four students calling for change at the College unexpectedly stepped up to the microphone in Lorimer Chapel following President William “Bro” Adams’ Bicentennial Address Feb. 27.
Activist, feminist and writer Gloria Steinem will be the keynote speaker of this year’s Speaking, Hearing, Opening Up Together (S.H.O.U.T.) week.
Posse scholars and College guests participated in the 11th annual Posse Plus retreat last weekend.