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Noontime Art Talk: Ice Core Perspectives on Climate Change

Colby College Museum of Art 5600 Mayflower Hill Drive, Waterville

Bess Koffman, assistant professor of geology, will speak on issues and themes related to Peggy Weil: 88 Cores, an immersive four-and-a-half-hour video of ice core samples, on view through Dec. 8, […]


SLICE: STEM at the Library

Waterville Public Library 73 Elm Street, Waterville

SLICE (students learning innovative creative endeavors) is a pilot provides young adults with unique experiences to learn more about career paths in the creative arts. Students ages 13-19 explore the […]


Visiting Writers Series: Terrance Hayes

Robinson Room, Miller Library, Colby College Mayflower Hill Drive, Waterville

Terrance Hayes is the author of six books of poetry: American Sonnets for My Past and Future Assassins (2018), a finalist for the 2018 National Book Award in Poetry; How to Be […]


Give Me Liberty or Give Me Death: Liberation, Theology, and Who Gets to Say

Lorimer Chapel, Colby College Mayflower Hill Drive, Waterville

The annual Compagna-Sennett Lecture, sponsored by the Religious Studies Department, will feature Cynthia Chapman, the Adelia A.F. Johnston and Harry Thomas Frank Professor of Religion at Oberlin College, and Traci […]


Easy Rider

Railroad Square Cinema Schupf Art Center, 93 Main St, Waterville

With the Maine International Film Festival’s past Midlife Achievement Award Winner Peter Fonda’s recent passing, we lost a truly unique talent who also emblemized an era. It’s 50 years since […]

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