Three Cheers for a Dedicated Alum

When Hayley Scherer ’22 stepped onto campus as a first-year student in 2018, she couldn’t wait to take advantage of the many exciting opportunities Colby-Sawyer had to offer. Unfortunately, a cheerleading team was not one of them since the sport had been dropped…

Ryan Wilson ’25My CSC Story

Ryan Wilson ’25 has places to go. Dual majoring in accounting/finance and entrepreneurship, Wilson hopes to do some serious traveling after graduation. “In the future I hope to do something related to finance, whether that be investment banking, financial advising, or even being…

Season’s Greetings

Each year, Colby-Sawyer selects one student’s design to be used for the holiday card sent out by the college. This year, Jordan Pollard, a senior majoring in graphic design and minoring in studio art, was selected as the winner of the holiday card…

Abagayle Pitchford '24My CSC Story

I first knew I wanted to be a nurse during sophomore year of high school. That year, my Papa passed away due to cancer. While he was in the hospital, my Papa never received the compassion or care that he should have. This…

A Pillar of the Community

Colby-Sawyer prides itself on helping shape empathic, dedicated individuals who are pillars of the community. And one of the college’s success stories is alumna Martha Clark ’61. Clark has been an active supporter of Colby-Sawyer ever since she stepped foot on campus in…

Meghan MullaneMy CSC Story

Meghan Mullane came to Colby-Sawyer in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic. Originally from Claremont, N.H., she chose Colby-Sawyer because of the small class sizes and hominess the college offers. Megan is a junior majoring in child development and minoring in…

What Are Colby-Sawyer Students Grateful For?

Thanksgiving is the time of year to reflect on what you are grateful for. With midterms underway and stress around campus at a high, it is important to highlight what grounds us and what we are thankful for in our lives. This month…

Hats Off to a Successful Alumna

As long as Kat Whalen ’88 can remember, the mountains have always given her happiness. Whether it was teaching at King Ridge Ski Area when she was a student at Colby-Sawyer, watching her daughter ski race in middle and high school or instructing…

Day Of the Dead

The Day of The Dead is a Mexican tradition of honoring loved ones that have passed away. However, the tradition was first practiced at Colby-Sawyer in 1997, brought to campus by Professor Randy Hanson. “I started it in part because I lost someone…

Students Reclaim Their Power

A sea of bright pink shirts, pins, colorful signs and chants flooded New London’s Main Street following the student-led Bans Off Our Bodies rally. Planned in collaboration by Colby-Sawyer’s Planned Parenthood Generation Action Association (PPGAA), Pride and Psychology clubs, the event brought faculty…

Enjoy The Moments

Being a city girl from Toronto and landing in a rural New Hampshire town was a learning curve for me. Colby-Sawyer College was a great fit for my academic needs. I knew I wanted to be a teacher and needed small class sizes…

The Feast After the Feat

Mountain Day is one of Colby-Sawyer College’s most celebrated traditions, from the speculation surrounding the date and the disappearance of condiments in the dining hall to the anticipation from students hoping that classes will be canceled and the excitement that bursts when the…

Andrew Davison ’23My CSC Story

Andrew Davison ’23 thought he had his life all figured out. He came to Colby-Sawyer College in 2019 after only touring this campus in his college search. Davison majored in Crime & Legal Studies and had intentions of graduating CSC, attending law school…

Daniel KaiglerCoach’s Corner

Daniel Kaigler wouldn't know what to do if he wasn't coaching. “It’s so much a part of me now,” he said. Kaigler has been playing basketball for most of his life. “I played basketball from a young age,” he said. “My entire…

Colby-Sawyer College Tuition Reset

On Sept. 7, Colby-Sawyer College announced a new, lower tuition of $17,500 for all undergraduate students beginning in fall 2023, aligning the posted tuition with the net cost that most students actually pay after financial aid is factored in. Interim Vice President of…

Featuring Colby Vokernick '25My CSC Story

What do you get when you combine a hardworking Wesson Honors student, a major in nursing, a minor in healthcare management, a student ambassador for the admissions department, a member of the Presidential Blue Key Society, a strong passion for theater and this…