“Photographers may be maverick artists and break their own rules half the time, but light is sacred. Without it, photographs are nothing.”
- John Shearer P'14, LIFE magazine photographer and instructor for “ART250A: Photojournalism”
Betsy Woodman, daughter of '60s-era Colby Junior College President Everett Woodman, shares a glimpse into the lives of the president's daughters.
Associate Professor of Natural Sciences Peter White evaluates community public health needs while developing hands-on experiences for his health studies students.
English major, Wesson Honors student and Alexander Graham Bell Scholarship recipient Sarah Ann Smith '15 shares her passions, goals and insights.
“The most important concept
I learned this year is that
change is possible.”
- Paul Boynton '14,
on his experience with the
Community-Based Research Project
Founded as a summer home for refugee children during WWII, Colbytown Camp brought townspeople, students, faculty and staff together to provide a stable and healthy environment for girls.
Meetings and events on campus for college community
Public events on campus
Schedule for the academic year
Events for alumni around the country
Feed the Freezer is the first college-run food recovery chapter in the state of New Hampshire.
The Pulitzer Prize-winning scholar and activist speaks about civil rights on Thursday, March 20.
Professor Paul Robertson presents "Comparing the Incomparable: Flattening Data from Different Religions and Cultures" on Tuesday, March 18.
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