Governor LePage's new school grading plan took effect on Monday April 29.
- Class year: 2015
Eight individuals presented their ideas on a variety of topics at Waterville's 11th Pecha Kucha night on April 26.
What do Texas rivers, nitrogen, whooping cranes and humans all have in common? Ecologically, they all play a role in a dynamic system that Assistant Professor of Environmental Studies Denise Bruesewitz studied for two years in Southeast Texas.
Waterville Mayor Karen Heck '74 and Foss Dining Hall Manager Terry Landry performed the ceremonial opening cross-cut at the Colby Woodsmen team's annual Mud Meet on April 6.
As part of an annual tradition of performance and outreach, the College's own Chorale took on the Big Apple.
The East-West Corridor, proposed by Cianbro, is still under discussion. The project proposal involves building a privately owned four-lane toll highway across Maine.
Shannon Shanning, the 2013 Maine Teacher of the Year, and Beth Marass, a Finalist, came to visit the College March 11 to discuss their teaching philosophies and views on education. Shanning is a special education teacher at the Bruce M. Whittier Middle School in Poland, ME, and Marass teaches biology and A.P. environmental science at Sanford High School in Sanford, ME.
The Maine Public Broadcasting Network (MPBN), originally licensed to the University of Maine system, merged with the Colby-Bates-Bowdoin Educational Telecasting Corporation in 1992 to form the Maine Public Broadcasting Corporation.
The Bigelow Laboratory for Ocean Sciences in East Boothbay, ME officially opened Dec. 14, 2012. The laboratory has achieved LEED Platinum status and recently launched a new semester-in-residency program for Colby students last fall.
Expression and analysis come together through a new exhibit at Common Street Arts.
Seven bands from around New England convened in Page Commons to compete in the Colby-Waterville Alliance's annual Battle of the Bands.
The Forge, an all-female Irish music group, gave a free, public performance at the Waterville Opera House.
Cinema Studies held a screening of short, experimental 16mm films at Common Street Arts.
The White House recently released a report projecting potential impacts of across-the-board federal spending cuts on the state of Maine.
The New England Fisheries Management Council voted to slash cod quotas in the Gulf of Maine by 77 percent.
Morgan Monz ’14 and several other students from the College have been volunteering their time over the past month to coach budding Waterville soccer players.