Chargers in this spring's maple sugaring class recently traveled to Acworth, New Hampshire, to visit Bascom Maple Farms for a tour of its facilities and an inside look at the maple sugaring process at an industrial level compared to smaller-scale operations.
The Davidow Fine Art Gallery recently hosted its first exhibition of 2024, "Points of View," which features select works from the college's permanent art collection! Swing by the gallery between now and March 28 to see the works of Tomie DePaola, Jean-François Millet, Pablo Picasso and other renowned artists.
Mountain Day's spring counterpart is back! Thanks to several Wesson Honors students, Ski Day will kick off at 9:40 a.m. on March 20 to the sound of the bell atop Colgate Hall, signaling to the campus community that it's time to hit the slopes at Mount Sunapee!
As a clinical research coordinator II with Phase I clinical trials at the Mass General Cancer Center, Mikaela Whaley ’22 finds meaning in working with terminally ill patients and their families.
A group of students in the college's Community-Based Research course have uncovered important data that helps explain the increasing frequency of toxic algae blooms in nearby Pleasant Lake. They presented their findings to the public in December, and will continue their research during the spring semester.
Students in Dave Zamansky's service in leadership course have the opportunity to take on the problems they most want to solve in the world.
Avery Brennan ’21 credits Colby-Sawyer’s nursing program and liberal education program for providing the foundation she needed to be successful in her nursing career.
Professor Randy Hanson, in his 28th year at Colby-Sawyer, has been named the college’s next dean of the School of Business & Social Sciences. He will begin a five-year appointment as dean in January 2024.
The carpentry shop located in the Facilities Management building on Main Street was recently dedicated in honor of Norm Green, who passed away last spring following 25 years of service as the college’s master carpenter.
Chelsea Perry ’21, ’22 MBA has found the best of both worlds, working in business and healthcare as an operations manager with the nursing recruitment firm.