Business students discuss different demographic populations and how to reach them. What platforms reach each age group most effectively? What constitutes good or bad buzz for businesses? Students examine these questions and create strategies for developing a strong, consistent client base.
Medical Rotations students meet in the Colby College Museum of Art. From examining details in the pieces themselves to reading into the context in which they were created, students test their observation skills as they examine the painted scenes presented to them.
Leo McElroy joins Engineering students this morning in the workshop. He guides them on the coding required to create shapes and images on computers. Students end the morning engraving their geometric patterns and fractals.
Mya sits for a brief interview on the academic quad. They describe their role in investigating the simulated crime scene set up for their Concentration and their excitement for researching a cold case. Beyond reopening the cold case, they are also opening up themselves, trying new things, meeting new people, getting out of their comfort zone.
Singing rings through the halls when students join together for karaoke. Hiding out from the rain, they sing their favorite Taylor Swift, Fleetwood Mac, and Queen songs — and cheer each other on.
Could you catch the killer? Students investigate the simulated scene of a crime in the residence halls. Each fingerprint dusted, footprint found, and blood splatter sampled adds to their growing evidence pile.
Activities take over the quad! Students paint pet rocks, draw with chalk on the sidewalk, bowl down pins, and simply hang out on the hill with their friends.
Psychology + Neuroscience students discuss diagnosing patients in the lecture hall before breaking into groups for research. The sunny day brings their work outside as students circle around tables and lawn chairs in the shade to dive into their research topics.
Mason sits for a brief interview on the quad. Discussing his Concentration, new friends, musical talent, his many skills, and the new ones he is learning, Mason gets excited for the new experiences ahead of him this summer and beyond.
Medical Rotations students meet in the lab for a sheep lung dissection. After getting used to the smell they'll never forget, groups place their organs on the table and get to work. Using scissors, clamps, and tools for their dissection, students document their progress with photographs and illustrations.