The story is about Peter Agelasto ’96 and his groundbreaking digital-archiving work for Bob Dylan and others. But Agelasto starts at the beginning, which is at Colby, where the banjo-picking Virginian designed an independent major in archaeology that led to a semester in Honduras, where he exhumed a clay flute from a Mayan tomb, cleaned it with dental picks, and put it to his lips. “I was the first person to play it in a thousand years,” Agelasto said.

View Full Article