Retirement: The End of 'Eccy with Brecky'
Walter Nelson Breckenridge, for forty years a member of the faculty and formerly chairman of the economics department, retired this June.
Norman Smith Retires: 23 years of teaching teachers
Norman S. Smith, associate professor of education, retires this year, leaving to Colby twenty-three years of dedicated service of teaching future teachers how to teach.
Dean Seaman Leaves: A Belief in Aliveness, Enthusiasm
Frances Penn Seaman, the fourteenth dean of women and the first dean of students, retired in June after eleven years at the college.
Help for the Humanities: A New Ford Grant
Commencement: Fashioning the Autodidact
'The Most Important Thing We Could Do'
The $16086 President Strider presented to Stephen Junius Wright, for the United Negro College Fund, at a special luncheon at the Harvard Club, represented gifts from students, faculty, administration and trustees, Given in memory of Martin Luther Kind, it was the single largest contribution ever made by an education institution to the UNCF.
A Very Simple, Straightforward Structural Statement
Can the Campus Be a Democracy?
J. Seelye Bixler
Retrospect: The Spanish-American War
Books & Authors
Sports: For the First Time Ever
The Maine Intercollegiate Athletic Association track championship is sixty-nine years old. For sixty-eight years, Colby never finished better than second, and that only once – in 1967. But the sixty-ninth year was another story.
Colby College, "Colby Alumnus Vol. 57, No. 4: Summer 1968" (1968). Colby Alumnus. 60.