President Strider Reports on Non-Western Studies at Colby
A Remarkable Fortnight:
Senator Muskie — Editor Jackson
The Berlioz Requiem
A Cog in the Wheel
When he retired in January, 1961, E. Allan Lightner had completed 25 years of service with the college. A key figure in the fund-raising programs that built the new Colby, and assistant to three presidents, Mr. Lightner here recalls some of the events of those years, revealing the truth of President Strider's comment: " … a man of great energy and great convictions… representing Colby, he told its story with unusual skill."
Rose Adelle Gilpatrick, 1869–1962
Rose Adelle Gilpatrick, one of Colby's most prominent alumnae, died in Hallowell on January 31 at the age of 92. Her life had been devoted to education and, today, there are hundreds of men and women all over the world who remember her as a teacher and as a friend.
Alice in Wonderland & Through the Looking Glass
The Book of the Year introduced by Professor Daniel Kirk.
The College Scene
Colby Colllege, "Colby Alumnus Vol. 51, No. 3: Spring 1962" (1962). Colby Alumnus. 373.