June 2016

Keeping you up to date on all the goings on at Colby-Sawyer College!

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Vermont Lake Monsters

Oct. 14-16
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The Colby-Sawyer Fund closes on June 30. Help us make a difference in students' lives! All gifts will count toward The Power of Infinity Campaign.
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GNAC
New Athletic Conference

The Great Northeast Athletic Conference (GNAC) announced on June 9 that Colby-Sawyer College and Regis College have accepted invitations to join as full members. The Chargers will join at the beginning of the 2018-19 academic year, while Regis will become a member in the 2017-18 academic year. Read more>>

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Why I Give

June 30 is the last day to support this year's Colby-Sawyer Fund. With that date fast approaching, we asked Aubrey Thomas '09 why giving back to her college is important to her. "I value the support I was given at Colby-Sawyer, which helped me build the confidence I needed to start out in the real world," she says. "I feel proud to help currrent and future students succeed." Read more>>

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Samuel Adams Brewery Tour

We had an amazing time with Boston-area alumni on June 9 as we toured the Sam Adams Brewery. Many, many thanks to Meghan Andersen '03, creative director of The Boston Beer Company, for helping to make this event possible. Stay tuned for more photos of this brewtastic time!

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Chargers Club

The Chargers Club has provided support for Colby-Sawyer College's athletic teams for more than 30 years. The club is looking for new volunteers to help with events and other activities. Why not show your Charger pride and get involved? It's a low-commitment, high-satisfaction opportunity! Read more>>

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New Arts Building

Colby-Sawyer College will begin site work this month for a new arts building by removing Colby Farm, which was built as a private single-family residence in 1987 and acquired by the college in 2000. Read more>>