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Maya LaRosiliere: Winding Up and Letting Go

Maya LaRosiliere: Winding Up and Letting Go

Bri Liddell, Staff Writer December 10, 2021

When senior Maya LaRosiliere of Plano, Texas first stepped foot into her tiny Curtis Hall dorm room back in 2018, she hadn’t anticipated just how much this unfamiliar new place would change her, but...

Ahmaud Gabriele: Spreading Positivity

Ahmaud Gabriele: Spreading Positivity

Jordan Yankee, Staff Writer December 10, 2021

“Give yourself credit for what you can do. Now find a way to do it a little better this week. You can do it!” Every Monday, Ahmaud Gabriele, a senior from Atlanta, Ga., sends a motivational quote...

Isabel Gephart: Brain Waves and Boats

Isabel Gephart: Brain Waves and Boats

Karenna Warden, Staff Writer December 10, 2021

Senior Isabel Gephart spends at least one hour nearly every day each week in a dark, closet-sized space in the basement of Olin Hall. While there, she engages in a well-practiced routine: she seats a student...

Alex Tran: Amplifying Community

Alex Tran: Amplifying Community

Sophie Naylor, Staff Writer December 10, 2021

As soon as Alex Tran started talking, his concern for the well-being of everyone around him became clear. A senior concentrator in educational studies and psychology, Tran is dedicated to making the Colgate...

Amanda Lue: Astronomy Star

Amanda Lue: Astronomy Star

Kristen Quinonez, Staff Writer December 10, 2021

Although the end of the semester is a time filled with stress, exams and planning transportation for winter break, this time of year also marks the last moments of seniors’ final fall semester. Thus,...

Nate Freishtat: Dedicated to Community

Nate Freishtat: Dedicated to Community

Amanda Bradley, Staff Writer December 10, 2021

As seniors look back at their past four years, many reflect on what they’ve accomplished, and senior Nate Freishtat is no exception. Hailing from Maryland, Freishtat has been heavily involved in campus...

Jack Underhill: Following Passion

Jack Underhill: Following Passion

Hannah Tupper, Staff Writer December 10, 2021

As a double concentrator in philosophy and molecular biology, senior Jack Underhill has been grateful for the many experiences Colgate has offered, as they allowed him to find his true passions.   “[Outdoor...

Hilary Almanza: A Voice for Change

Hilary Almanza: A Voice for Change

Kayla Gutheil, Staff Writer December 10, 2021

When it comes to difficult conversations, senior Hilary Almanza is never one to shy away from a challenge. Almanza, a senior from a neighborhood in Queens, N.Y. called Jackson Heights, proudly identifies...

Professor Reinbold: Mother, Baker and Religion Expert

Professor Reinbold: Mother, Baker and Religion Expert

Megan Herbruck, Staff Writer November 19, 2021

Whether you practice a religion or not, there is an opportunity to learn about the decades-long conversations regarding religion and law. The difficulty in distinguishing what is regarded as religion,...

Mark Shiner: Fostering Community

Mark Shiner: Fostering Community

Eliza Leal, Staff Writer November 19, 2021

Within the sacred halls of the Colgate Memorial Chapel lies a breadth of history of the confluences of faiths of all backgrounds. The chapel is a universal space for student groups at Colgate. Here, you...

Alleviating the Stigma of Atheism on Colgate’s Campus

Alleviating the Stigma of Atheism on Colgate’s Campus

Emma Weiss, Staff Writer November 19, 2021

The Secular Association of Skeptical Students is a religious group that promotes education, cooperation and action within a community for students who hold secular beliefs. Their mission is to “have...

The COVE: Student Involvement After 20 Years of Services

The COVE: Student Involvement After 20 Years of Services

Sophie Naylor, Staff Writer November 5, 2021

As The Max A. Shacknai Center for Outreach, Volunteerism and Education (COVE) celebrates its twentieth anniversary at Colgate University, its impact on the campus atmosphere and students’ lives is clear...

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