Julia Lanctot ’21 An Internship with a Side of Yogurt

As a human resources intern, business administration major Julia Lanctot ’21 never expected to see the inside of a yogurt factory. But Stonyfield Organic in Londonderry, N.H., stresses firsthand experience with the production process. Employees from all departments of the organic yogurt company…

Carly Pusateri '19The First Dual-Degree Graduate from Colby-Sawyer, Vermont Law

Carly Pusateri ’19, a history and political studies graduate from West Boylston, Mass., earned the distinction of being the first Colby-Sawyer student to complete the college’s dual bachelor’s and law degree program, earning a B.A. in history and political studies from Colby-Sawyer and…

Steve Hash '07How Colby-Sawyer Inspired his Passion for the Environment

As soon as Steve Hash got word he’d been tasked with presenting his company’s work at a conference in Western Massachusetts, the Littleton, Colo., resident was sure of at least one stop he’d have to make while in New England. Hash, a graduate…

The Pulse on Nursing Scholar-Athletes

At first glance, athletics and nursing may seem to have little in common. However, faculty and students will say many of the skills developed through athletics are valuable attributes for a successful nursing career. The development of leadership skills, self-discipline, attention to detail…

Inspired to Help OthersRobin Baldwin ’21

As a high school freshman in southern New Hampshire, Robin Baldwin could sense that one of her classmates wasn’t getting the support he needed in school. The boy, who had been diagnosed with selective mutism, was often singled out by staff…

Cameron Bolling ’20 Creative Writing & Literature Major Self Publishes Novel

For a long time, Cameron Bolling ’20 was divided between traditional book publishing — sending the manuscript of his novel off to publishing houses in hopes of it being accepted — or self-publishing — controlling his own formatting and editing, pricing and marketing…

Bronsen Stevens ’20A Summer Internship Turns to a Post-Grad Career

What would it feel like to enter your senior year of college with a job already lined up after graduation? Just ask business administration major Bronsen Stevens ’20. “It feels really great,” Stevens said. “It’s the affirmation that my investment in college was…

A Memorable Mountain Day

It’s today, it has to be today. The ketchup dispenser is missing from the dining hall, campus tours have all been canceled, and it can’t be a Tuesday or Thursday because of nursing clinicals. Besides, they can’t wait until next week — it’s…