Colby College

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Colby College,

at Waterville, Maine; coeducational; est. 1813, opened 1818. The school, principally a liberal arts college, adopted its present name in 1899. Its library includes the papers of Edwin Arlington Robinson.
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She is a member of the International Council of Shopping Centers and holds a bachelor's degree in Human Development and Administrative Science from Colby College and an MBA from Loyola University Maryland.
She received her Bachelor of Arts in English and Economics from Colby College and her Master of Business Administration from the Kellogg School of Management, Northwestern University.
Olson holds a Bachelor's Degree from Colby College and an M.B.A.
A week later, the Los Angeles Times' Otis Chandler, speaking to a class at Maine's Colby College, presciently noted that television "was one of the major contributors" to Reagan's election.
Mark Leighton is acclaimed as a jazz and classical guitarist, performs across the Northeast, and serves on the faculties of Colby College and St.
David Greene, president of Colby College, addressed several hundred people gathered on campus to denounce racism.
Dana Professor of Science, Technology, and Society at Colby College. Fleming has written, edited, or coedited 22 books, including the AMS-published titles Weathering the Storm and The Callendar Effect.
If you're interested in postwar American art, I recommend that you visit Colby College in Waterville, Maine, and get lost in a well-curated exhibition of deceptively rigorous Alex Katz paintings from the artist's formative decade, the 1950s.
He earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science and Government from Colby College.
Nightingale at a Colby College Homecoming football game.