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Colby Alumnus Vol. 69, No. 4: Summer 1980, Colby College Jan 1980

Colby Alumnus Vol. 69, No. 4: Summer 1980, Colby College

Colby Alumnus

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Commencement 1980
Honoris Causa

A Way of Seeing
Selection from The Alumni Photography Exhibition.

An Actor, Director, and Professor Retires
"Some English majors would change their major rather than encounter Irving Suss in a classroom; others consider him to be one of the most dynamic professors on campus." — Peter Knowlton in the Echo, 1975

Ninetta May Runnals 1885–1980
"I made up my mind to work for all I was worth to give women a bigger place in the sun at Colby."

"Good To See You"
Alumni Reunion Weekend.

News from the Hill
Notes on People

Books
Dwight Sargent ...


Colby Alumnus Vol. 69, No. 2: Winter 1980, Colby College Jan 1980

Colby Alumnus Vol. 69, No. 2: Winter 1980, Colby College

Colby Alumnus

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CLASSICS: A Colby Tradition, by Peter Westervelt, Professor of Classics
Informed observers have detected a reawakening of interest in the study of Latin and Greek among students across the country. Noting this development, the
Alumnus asked Professor Westervelt, chairman of Colby's classics department, to report on classical studies at the college.

Colby's Endowment: The Hard Facts
A discussion with Robert Pullen '41, Administrative Vice-President.

News from the Hill

Winter Sports: Some Great Moments but Many Disappointments
by Peter Kingsley, Director, News Bureau

Class Correspondence
Milestones
Alumni Council Membership 1979–1980


Colby Alumnus Vol. 69, No. 3: Spring 1980, Colby College Jan 1980

Colby Alumnus Vol. 69, No. 3: Spring 1980, Colby College

Colby Alumnus

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President Cotter Reports on Responses to Curriculum Questionnaire
Broad and Rigorous Liberal Arts Program Supported by Alumni and Students.

Where, Oh Where, Have the Radicals Gone?
by Charles Hauss

My Colby Experience
Reflections of a Scholar from the German Democratic Republic.

A Dedicated Teacher Retires
Wilfred Combellack's Colby Career Spans More Than Three Decades.

My Colby Experience
Continued.

News from the Hill
People
Sports
Class Correspondence
Milestones


Colby Alumnus Vol. 69, No. 1: Fall 1979, Colby College Jan 1980

Colby Alumnus Vol. 69, No. 1: Fall 1979, Colby College

Colby Alumnus

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A New President
Respectful of the Past, Vigorously Confident of the Future.

Inauguration Address
"A liberal education should free each to find and fulfill his or her unique potential."

Dr. Bixler's Remarks
"The leader we welcome is a young man with the courage of an innovator, a sensitive social conscience…"

News from the Hill
Colby's Sons and Daughters: The Next Generation
Contributors to Colby
People
Colby Beats Bowdoin, Clinches CBB Tie
Class Correspondence
Milestones