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The Oldest College Weekly in America. Founded 1868.

The Colgate Maroon-News

Brief: ALANA Announces Bishop Edwin C. Bass as MLK Celebration Keynote Speaker

Brief: ALANA Announces Bishop Edwin C. Bass as MLK Celebration Keynote Speaker

Annabel Morris, Executive Editor December 9, 2022

The ALANA Cultural Center released the itinerary for Colgate University’s annual Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration week on Tuesday, previewing the event that will take place from Jan. 23 through 29,...

Brief: SGA Invites Students to Vote for Springfest Headliner

Brief: SGA Invites Students to Vote for Springfest Headliner

Annabel Morris, Executive Editor November 18, 2022

The Student Government Association (SGA) sent an email to the Colgate community on Tuesday, Nov. 15 asking students to vote on potential headliners for the Springfest concert. Students from all class years...

Brief: Hamilton Village Gift Cards Available for Holiday Season

Brief: Hamilton Village Gift Cards Available for Holiday Season

Annabel Morris, Executive Editor November 18, 2022

While students return home for Thanksgiving break, the village of Hamilton is quickly preparing for the holiday season. One of the new ways the town is celebrating is through local gift cards, available...

45 Years Later, Colgate Remembers the Grateful Dead’s Homecoming Performance

45 Years Later, Colgate Remembers the Grateful Dead’s Homecoming Performance

Annabel Morris, Executive Editor November 4, 2022

The Grateful Dead, one of the most formative and beloved jam bands in history, graced the Colgate community with their presence on the evening of Nov. 4, 1977. 45 years later, the Colgate community looks...

The Lampert Institute Hosts Lecture on North Korean Human Rights

Annabel Morris, Executive Editor November 4, 2022

Sandra Fahy, associate professor of anthropology and program director of global and international studies at Carleton University, joined members of the Colgate community via Zoom on Oct. 25 to discuss...

Is the U.S. Doing Enough to Help Iranian Protesters?

Annabel Morris, Executive Editor November 4, 2022

Following the death of 22-year-old Mahsa Amini, anti-government protests have been met with violence by the Iranian government. Estimates of up to 233 deaths as a result of these clashes show that Iran’s...

Students and Staff Engage in Intellectual Discussion About the Morality of Abortion

Students and Staff Engage in Intellectual Discussion About the Morality of Abortion

Annabel Morris, Executive Editor October 21, 2022

Students and members of the Colgate community gathered in Donovan’s Pub this past Monday to discuss the hotly contested issue of abortion. The discussion, entitled “Agree to Disagree: The Morality...

Brief: Flu & COVID-19 Vaccines Return

Annabel Morris, Executive Editor October 7, 2022

According to an email from Monday, Oct. 3, the University is working with Hamilton's Dougherty Pharmacy to provide the Colgate community with COVID-19 boosters and flu vaccinations. Collaboration with...

Campus Brief: Small Grease Fire Disrupts Frank Dining Hall

Campus Brief: Small Grease Fire Disrupts Frank Dining Hall

Annabel Morris, Executive Editor September 30, 2022

Associate Vice President for Emergency Management, Campus Safety, and Envi- ronmental Health and Safety Joseph Her- non announced to the Colgate commu- nity on the morning of Sunday, Sept. 25,...

Brief: Results of HEDS Climate Survey Highlight Shortcomings of the Colgate Community

Annabel Morris, Executive Editor September 30, 2022

In an email from Vice President for Equity and Inclusion Renee Madison and President Brian Casey, results from the Higher Education Data Survey Consortium (HEDS) Climate Survey, completed in fall 2021,...

London Abroad Study Groups Feel Impact of Queens Death

London Abroad Study Groups Feel Impact of Queen’s Death

Annabel Morris, Executive Editor September 23, 2022

The passing of Queen Elizabeth II on Sept. 8 marked a historic moment for England and the world. While the internet took to debates over the outcry of the queen’s death, with some criticizing the grief...

Dining Services Facing Staffing and Supply Shortages

Dining Services Facing Staffing and Supply Shortages

Annabel Morris, Executive Editor September 9, 2022

Colgate University Dining Services has recently faced numerous challenges to its operations, resulting in reduced dining hall hours for students, faculty and staff. According to Don Stanwick, Resident...

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