Miller Library: Rededicated to the Liberal Arts
A photographic essay documents the finished $6.7 million renovation and construction project.
Living a Hard Life
David Hill '84 details the lifestyle chosen by Monhegan Island lobstermen.
Gone but Not Forgotten
Janet lrgang, M.S.W., suggests productive responses to the changes families experience as children enter college.
Archibald's Yeats: Consciousness is Conflict
Richard Fallis predicts that insights in a new book by Colby's dean of faculty will fascinate casual and scholarly readers.
Colby in Caen: vive la difference!
A year of fantastic discoveries and occasional struggles is described by Francophile Margaret Gardiner '83.
Great Things Come in Planned Packages
A would-be donor can magnify a gift's influence with planning, as Development Writer Elizabeth Lubin explains.
The Legendary Levines
The enthusiasm Ludy '21 and Pacy '27 have demonstrated for Colby athletics is unrivaled.
Camaraderie for All Ages
The good humor that pervaded Homecoming 1983 remains infectious through photographs.
News from the Hill
Alumni Club News (inside back cover)
Colby College, "Colby Alumnus Vol. 73, No. 2: January 1984" (1984). Colby Alumnus. 123.