J. Seelye Bixler: Tributes to the Exceptional Man
Some associates of the late President Emeritus Bixler warmly recall his character and personality.
Toward a Better Colby
With the institution of the College's Residential Commons system, communications and investments in the Colby community are expanding.
For the Love of Life
Biologist Jane Russell Abbott '41 explores life fully and spurs her students to do likewise.
Colby's Irish Renaissance
Gifts from the late James Augustine Healy gave Irish literature a permanent presence at Colby, but interest in Irish studies has become broader.
The Collegiate Rites of Spring
Photographs taken-and advice and tributes given-on the weekend of Colby's 164th Commencement Exercises capture moments in the various celebrations and ceremonies.
Of Chauvinism and Nescience
Staunch conservative William F. Buckley, Jr., author, editor, columnist, and host of television's Firing Line, counsels Colby's new graduates.
And So They Were Honored
Excerpts from honorary degree citations make clear why these seven were chosen for academic accolades.
A Time to Remember
From class gatherings, tributes, and business meetings to races, boating excursions, and faculty discussions, this year's reunions were memorable in and of themselves.
News from the Hill
Alumni Club News (inside back cover)
Colby College, "Colby Alumnus Vol. 74, No. 4: September 1985" (1985). Colby Alumnus. 125.