College administrators have told IVCF that it must cease its programming in that space by the end of the current semester.
Campus Life announced the outcome of its conversations with the Colby Christian Fellowship (CCF) on Oct. 11 regarding their bias incident.
A unique opportunity open to students on the Hill, an internship in Malawi, may provide an enriching and philanthropic way to spend a JanPlan or summer vacation.
Six Colby Model United Nations (MUN) club members and three non-members participated in a bioterrorism simulation in which they had to address a crisis as international health officials.
The Colby Student Investment Association (CSIA) brought Harvard Professor Stefan Thomke to the College on Friday, March 9, to conduct the IDEO Product Development case study.
STAND President Katharine Lindquist ’14 began the Conflict Free Campus Initiative this semester to get the College administration to stop buying electronics from companies that use minerals from mines run by armed military groups in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC).
Abby Cheruiyot '12 and other members of the Colby African Society discuss what it means to them to have others on the Hill that they can relate to and how they plan to educate the campus at large about Africa.
“the only show officially organized by the Art Department for students is the Senior Show. We provide an outlet for all other artists during the year.”
The challenges that students faced and the interests sparked in high school are able to reach their potential at the College. As a result, many underclass-students find their niche in the College by taking active roles in clubs on campus.
On Saturday, Feb. 18, Outing and Activities for Students Initiating Sobriety (OASIS) went on a snow-tubing trip to Seacoast Snow Park in Windham, Maine. Forty-six students signed up for the event.
Over the past semester, the Colby Amnesty International chapter has hosted a variety of awareness and activism campaigns, earning them third place in the 2011 Human Rights Ambassador Challenge and a grant of $1,000.
Emily Barr and Ellie Linden discuss their recent trip to Maryland to take part in a national conference regarding mental health awareness as part of their involvement with the College's chapter of Active Minds.
Previously known as the Women's Group, junior Berol Dewdney and senior Bailey Girvan have spearheaded the relaunching of the group, aptly renaming it the Feminist Alliance.