– October 3rd, 2014 –
Alumni Magazine

President plans to rebrand, recruit, and review

Colby-Sawyer is a “wonderful diamond in the rough,” says President Tom Galligan while discussing the college’s plans, future, and rebranding motives for this current school year. Like the colors of the autumn leaves, students…

The ghost of capstone

Every spring the current senior class is challenged with a task. This task involves an entire school year of research, summed up into a possible 20 to 30 minutes. The fate of graduation, career…

Even if you are 21, you are still at risk for punishment

A reminder of what is punishable on Colby-Sawyer grounds.   If you are 21, you can receive repercussions if caught overly intoxicated and have a blood alcohol level over .08 This means even if…

Mountain Day 2014

A day with no classes, just a nice hike up a mountain is nothing new for the students of Colby-Sawyer College — expect maybe for those who are new to this CSC tradition. Natasha…

Life after graduation: a pioneer of the President’s Fellowship Program

“This is the community that’s raised me and now I’m back and working for that community. So that’s beautiful to me,” says Melissa Nop, a recent graduate from the class of 2014 as well…

City streets become the stage for the largest climate march in history

Hundreds of thousands flooded the New York City streets Sept. 21 in what is being hailed as the largest climate demonstration in history. Hoping to influence the many world leaders that met for the…

Study abroad: A Londoner for six months and landing a job in Italy

Adrian Copeland is a senior Creative Writing major at Colby-Sawyer College. She is also a Jane Austen fan, a loyal Potterhead, an enthusiastic traveler, a museum lover, and – on top of that –…

Taking internships beyond and abroad

Colby-Sawyer College welcomed new faces this fall, including a number of upper-class students who spent their summers working on diverse internships. The Colby-Sawyer seniors’ internships helped them explore the depths of their majors. Some…