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LOOKING FORWARD, FROM ABOVE: Major construction approved by Board of Trustees at significant Upper Campus sites.

Board of Trustees Returns to Campus, Allocates $37 Million to Third Century Plan Initiatives

Sophie Mack , Staff Writer October 22, 2021

Colgate University's Board of Trustees recently returned to campus for their Sept. 30 through Oct. 3 meeting, marking the group's first in-person meeting on campus since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic. The Oct....

TRAVELED & TESTED: COVID-19 testing is available to students in the Clark Room in the Hall of Presidents after fall break travel.

Optional Testing Available as Students Return from Fall Break, Ahead of Family Weekend

Rio Lacey, Contributing Writer October 22, 2021

In preparation for students to leave campus for fall break, the Task Force on Reopening sent an email on Oct. 4 outlining guidelines for travel, testing and social gatherings upon return to campus. The...

STEWART SELECTED: Terri Stewart succeeds Dan Gough as
the new Director of Campus Safety.

Colgate Announces New Director of Campus Safety

Ryan Dugdale, Contributing Writer October 22, 2021

Following an interview and recruitment process, the University announced the appointment of Terri Stewart, current director of the Department of Campus Safety at Nazareth College, as Colgate's new Director...

Tents Appear in Fraternity and Sorority Yards as Social Hosting Guidelines Change

Tents Appear in Fraternity and Sorority Yards as Social Hosting Guidelines Change

Rio Lacey, Contributing Writer October 1, 2021

Following a weekend of fraternity recruitment on Broad Street, changing guidelines surrounding on-campus social hosting continue to impact how Greek organizations on campus carry out their typical events....

Student Activities Association Ushers in New Members

Student Activities Association Ushers in New Members

Rachel Sita, Contributing Writer October 1, 2021

The winners of the 2021-22 Student Activities Association (SAA) Class Council elections were revealed on Thursday, Sept. 24. Each newly elected member has a vision of what they would like to see on campus...

2021 SGA Senate Elections Endure Post-COVID-19 Challenges

Ryan Dugdale, Contributing Writer September 24, 2021

At the start of the fall 2021 semester, the Student Government Association (SGA) began its annual process of electing 10 new student senators from each class year. While the return to a normal year on...

DINING DIFFERENCES: The University made various changes to dining services this semester, including
new staff members, different hours and food options.

Dining Services Reopen on Campus, With Fewer Restrictions

Annabel Morris, Assistant News Editor September 17, 2021

As students returned for the Fall 2021 semester, dining services opened with changes from the previous year’s restrictions. Dining locations such as Donovan’s Pub and The O’Connor Campus Center will...

TESTING CONTESTED: Testing takes a new form after virus cases surge on campus, making it more difficult for students to access a test through the University.

The University Implements New COVID-19 Testing Protocols

Sophie Mack, Staff Writer September 17, 2021

Editor's note: this story has been updated to remove incorrect information about worried well testing. Worried well testing is currently available Mondays, Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays from 11 a.m....

CLUBHOUSE CORRECTION: Plans for the new Seven Oaks Golf Club include changes to the course as well as a revamped clubhouse, restaurant and pro shop.

Major Renovations Begin at Seven Oaks Golf Club

Annabel Morris, Assistant News Editor September 17, 2021

The Seven Oaks Golf Club has begun major renovations to its restaurant and club facilities this fall. The building was torn down this past week and will remain closed for the duration of the season. According...

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