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.
Check out these breathtaking shots of Colby-Sawyer's Kelsey Athletic Campus and see for yourself why students love attending and playing sports on these fields.
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.
As a nurse at Massachusetts General Hospital and a master’s degree student in the clinical nurse leadership program at Colby-Sawyer, Jackie Andrews ’22 pursues her passion for nursing and learning.