President Greene Takes Part in New England Business Immigration Summit Urging Federal Immigration Reform
Legendary Athletic Trainer Carl E. Nelson Honored with Naming of State-of-the-Art Hydrotherapy Room with Gift from Bill Alfond ’72, LL.D. ’19 and Joan Alfond, LL.D. ’19
Momentum Increases As First Phase of Building the Gordon Center for Creative and Performing Arts Continues
Colby Becomes First Liberal Arts College to Establish Major Academic Program in Artificial Intelligence
Colby College Museum of Art receives collection of more than 500 photographs, including works by Ansel Adams, James Van Der Zee, Dorothea Lange, Edward Steichen, and Lissette Solórzano
Baratunde Thurston has worked for The Onion, The Daily Show, advised the Obama White House, and wrote the New York Times bestseller, "How To Be Black." Thurston is using his powerful voice to help people understand this revolutionary moment with his unique blend of insight, humor, and empathy.
The 2021 Grossman Lecture will explore a project by Dr. Trevon D. Logan of Ohio State University, which seeks to determine the role of market factors in the provision of non-discriminatory services before federal legislation forbade racial discrimination in public accommodations.
Join the Goldfarb Center for a talk with Anthony Ray Hinton one of the longest serving death row prisoners in Alabama history who was freed in 2015 after proving his innocence. Hinton will share his story about how he survived 30 years on death row and never gave up on his quest for justice.