A Birthday for Colby College
Some Pointers from Colby's Past, Ernest C. Marriner, College Historian and Dean Emeritus
Croakers, in every country, always boding ruin, have never prevailed here.
Colby as a Liberal Arts College, Barnaby Keeney, President of Brown University
A tale of opportunities painfully earned, painfully and profitably used.
Excerpts from an address given at the charter sesquicentennial observance.
Charter Anniversary Guests
From remarks by Reginald H. Sturtevant, chairman of the board of trustees, at the charter sesquicentennial banquet.
The President's Page
The role of the faculty in college government.
Professor McCoy Retires
Foreign language study was largely an academic matter thirty-three years ago when John F. McCoy came to Colby as head of the languages department. Bringing a belief, he practiced it: that Americans would have to become conversant in tongues other than their own to have a positive influence and effect on the world's peoples.
News of the College
News of the Classes
A Directory of Reunioning Classes
Colby College, "Colby Alumnus Vol. 52, No. 3: Spring 1963" (1963). Colby Alumnus. 216.