Q&A: Professor John Turner on teaching Islam at Colby and why we all need to know more
High Stakes: For these students, the exam begins when the lights go down
What’s On Your Mind?: Professor Erin Sheets studies how Facebook really makes us feel - and finds that it isn't always better
“Old and Cool”: Sports-camp coaching turns Colby athletes into mentors
Smashing the Cycle of Poverty: Patricia Marshall reveals her past to help disadvantaged students have a future
For First-Gens, Ways To Be “Their Whole Selves”
Engaging Readers—and Mexican Rebels: Let the Water Hold Me Down, by Michael Spurgeon '72
The Hawaii Tourists Never See: Hawai'i, by Mark Panek '90
Poetry To Make You Tremble: Lid to the Shadow, by Alexandria Peary '92
Harris Eisenstadt: Jazz with a Touch of Nabokov: The Destructive Element, by Harris Eisenstadt '98
Boyle, Gerry; Sims, Pat; McCarthy, Jacob; and Lazarczyk, Travis
"From the Hill,"
Colby Magazine: Vol. 102:
2, Article 8.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.colby.edu/colbymagazine/vol102/iss2/8