Author: MacKenzie Riley Young

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    Business Student Thanks Donors for Helping Her Dream Come True

    Paige Costa ’20, M.B.A. ’21’s dream job is to be a business owner one day. She’ll complete her entrepreneurship and small business management this May and will be in the […]

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    TRIO Student Stays Focus on Goals

    Mai Alicea ’21 has almost completed her first year at Thomas College studying psychology in our accelerated degree program, and she’s already experienced so much here. “Thomas College has provided […]

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    Student Leader: Mathison Deering ‘22

    In 2018, Mathison Deering ’22 joined his classmates early for the Early Start program, an early-start program for entering students. The next year, he helped new students in the program […]

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    Alumni Courtney (Rustemeyer) ’13 and Scott Dumas ’13 Adapt in Careers, Family During COVID-19

    Courtney, a controller at ALCOM, and Scott Dumas, a Waterville Police officer, met at Thomas College – and now have thriving careers and a wonderful family thanks to their time […]

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    Helping Students Adapt to College Life

    Student Shannon Kostovick ’21 enjoys helping incoming students adapt to live at college for the first time. As an Early Start tutor, she helps students in the Early Start program, […]

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    An Early Start to Support

    Annie Dennis ’21 is finishing up her first year at Thomas College. Looking back, she is so happy about how her journey at Thomas College began. Annie joined a group […]

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    Important  Update from President Laurie G. Lachance

    Published: April 17, 2020 To the Thomas College community, present and future,  I hope that this message finds you safe, healthy, and finding ways to embrace our new normal.  I write […]

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    Staying Connected

    Ryan Hablitz ’20 is fulfilling his student teaching duties remotely for the rest of the semester, and he’s able to do so thanks to his educator training at Thomas. Ryan […]

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    A Community That Lasts Beyond Graduation

    When schools began shutting down because of a global pandemic, Steve Beane ’13 found himself thinking that we would all need each other during this time. So, he decided to […]

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    Being Prepared for the Unexpected

    Meghan Stover ’20 is in her last semester of time at Thomas College, which as an education major means a semester of full-time student teaching. Although the semester as student […]