Have you been to Colby-Sawyer's Susan Colgate Cleveland Library? It's the perfect place on campus to study, unwind and enjoy the mountain views!
On Nov. 28, tiny home experts Alex Eaves and Derek Diedricksen arrived on campus in a 98-square-foot box truck home designed with 100% reused materials to introduce students to a new lifestyle that challenges the concept of conventional living.
On Nov. 20, the lights of Colgate Hall lit campus as community members joined PRIDE Club for a vigil on the quad in honor of Transgender Day of Remembrance and the lives lost to acts of anti-transgender violence.
School of Arts & Sciences Assistant Professor Brandon Arvesen recalls his early days as a college student as he helps current students take risks and find their purpose.
Six Colby-Sawyer honors students were chosen to participate in the first Wesson Weekend trip since the COVID-19 pandemic. The students visited Miami, accompanied by Assistant Professor Christina Perez and Professor Randy Hanson.
Colby-Sawyer students and faculty recently attended a conference on improving healthcare for transgender and gender-diverse populations.
Colby-Sawyer College has been selected as a host for the inaugural cohort of campus climate action corps, a program that facilitates community engagement and the design of community-based solutions to climate issues. Four students will be selected to participate in this program.
As a nurse in the intensive care unit at The Medical Center of Aurora, Smriti Sharma Sapkota ’22 finds the fast-paced work environment challenging and satisfying.
As a personal trainer, Malik Newcomb ’22 uses the skills and knowledge he gained through his two undergraduate internship experiences.
Six new named members and two anonymous donors were inducted into Colby-Sawyer College's Legends' Society on Wednesday, Oct. 11. The Legends' Society honors those who have given $1 million or more in philanthropic support to the college.