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As the mental health counselor at the Baird Health and Counseling Center, Maggie talks with the students, mainly listening and figuring out ways to help them cope with struggles and making mental health diagnoses.
The idea for a green space at Colby-Sawyer goes back many years. Students have expressed interest in growing crops and this idea has resulted in the most recent gardening project at CSC – the college’s new Main Street Garden.
The official Mountain Day 2020 T-shirt was designed by graphic design major Maddie Lambert ’21. Maddie says she’s “giddy” seeing people tie-dyeing her design and knowing it will be worn by hundreds.
Director of Athletics Mitch Capelle joined the staff at Colby-Sawyer in the midst of a pandemic. Dealing with the unknown has been the most challenging aspect for him as he tries to navigate his new position.
Nathnael “Nate” Feleke ’20, winner of the Barbara Johnson Stearns Award and Commencement Speaker Medal, recently gave the student address at the 2020 virtual Commencement ceremony.
I was lucky to return to Colby-Sawyer in July to work as a student ambassador for the Office of Admissions. Among a handful of other jobs, I have worked as a student ambassador for the college for the past 7 semesters.
Freshman Roosevelt Harris-Williams arrived at Colby-Sawyer hitting the ground running. Since his arrival, he has made the most of the opportunities he has been given and has numerous ambitious goals he hopes to accomplish.
Corddry said his love for acting began while studying at Colby-Sawyer. His credits credits Professor Jerry Bliss with giving him the foundation for what he practices everyday while working in a play, film or television.
Nichelle Cousin ’20 entered Colby-Sawyer nervous about making friends and getting involved. It did not take long for Cousin to find her people, her passions and her voice.
A man clad in a yellow medical gown, thick black gloves, a mask and plastic face shield approached and explained the viral testing procedure. The test was quick and painless – less than 10 seconds.
A year ago, nurse resident Paige Andrews ’19 had just completed her Colby-Sawyer education and was ready to start a career in nursing. She was eager to start working at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center.
School of Arts & Sciences Professor Pat Anderson arrived at Colby-Sawyer in September of 1977. He immediately fell in love with the college and enjoyed raising his children in New Hampshire.
Colby-Sawyer converted to remote learning at the end of March. Since then, faculty adapted to virtual teaching, students engaged in Zoom lectures and online testing, and staff learned how to do their jobs remotely.
Karen Kotopoulis Koutsavlis ’02 has always had a passion for wellness and nutrition. Graduating with a degree in exercise and sport science led to the creation of New England 360 Fitness.
As Stecker prepares to make her entrance into retirement, she’ll leave behind 40 years of teaching humanities, 20 years of coordinating the Wesson Honors Program and many long hours preparing courses, syllabi and lectures.
What do 26 years of memories look like? For George Martin they look like eight championship balls, multiple plaques and recognitions, numerous cassette tapes, VHS tapes and DVD’s with each and every game coached in the last quarter of a century and countless pictures of student-athlete alumni that still keep in touch with the beloved coach.