The Colgate Maroon-News

A Man of Many Hats

Noah Kalman

Ignacio Villar, Assistant Baker's Dozen Editor

February 27, 2020

From Long Meadow, Mass., senior Noah Kalman is a member of the Konosioni Senior Honor Society, former vice president of the Blue Diamond Society (BDS) and student supervisor for the Digital Learning and Media Center. Being a part of Link Staff, however, has a special meaning to Kalman. “I would...

Bound for Leadership

Ashley Bound

Emma Hubbard, Maroon-News Staff

February 27, 2020

Before coming to Colgate, sophomore Ashley Bound was never heavily involved in Catholic youth groups. Now, she is president of the Colgate Newman Community, the Catholic faith organization on campus. “At home I was raised Catholic, but wasn’t super involved in youth groups or anything. But, coming to ...

Open Discussion Club Posters Incite Controversy, Get Torn Down

Posters Cause Controversy on Campus

Nicole Dienst, Maroon-News Staff

February 19, 2020

After pro-life posters put up by the Colgate University Open Discussion Club were allegedly torn down, the club posted statements below many of their posters saying, “Please note that the attached poster is legally protected by Colgate University, as it is sponsored by the Open Discussion Club. ...

Baker’s Dozen: Chris Hovard

Chris Hovard

Ignacio Villar, Maroon-News Staff

October 24, 2019

One year after walking-on for the Colgate crew team, sophomore and mathematical economics major Christoffer Hovard has put away his oars. Transitioning from water to land was not difficult for Hovard, as he has just walked-on to the track and field team, competing in javelin and discus.“I think [crew and ...

Baker’s Dozen: Chad Zappia

Chad Zappio

Richard Falvo

October 24, 2019

Chad Zappia is a senior at Colgate pursuing a degree in mathematical economics. Zappia possesses an immense amount of interest in finance, and thus will be moving to New York City after graduation to work at Barclays. While at Barclays, Zappia will be working within the Investment Banking division of ...

Baker’s Dozen: Kevin Alt

Kevin Alt

Ignacio Villar, Maroon-News Staff

October 24, 2019

As a campus safety officer, Sergeant Kevin Alt often sees students at their worst. Celebrating 10 years of service at Colgate, Alt still sees the students as the best part of his job.“[My favorite part of the job] is the students; just getting to know where they are from and what brought them here to Colg...

Baker’s Dozen: Noah Taylor

Noah Taylor

Laura Mucha, Maroon-News Staff

October 24, 2019

Noah Taylor, a history and physics double major from Randolph, NJ, held up his phone and showed me his screensaver. It is a black and white photograph of Harry S. Truman waving his fist in the air, his hand curled in the clamshell position favored by politicians of the mid-twentieth century. Taylor ...

Baker’s Dozen: Peter Bertone

Peter Bertone

Gideon Hamot, Assistant Sports Editor

October 10, 2019

Peter Bertone is a senior at Colgate concentrating in Physics. Originally from France, Bertone moved to Brookline, New Hampshire when he was 7 and grew up there until coming to Colgate, gradually learning English as he went. At Colgate, Bertone is the project manager of the Engineering Club, one of the...

Baker’s Dozen: Kingston Perry

Kingston Perry

Nick Francoeur, Assistant News Editor

October 10, 2019

Sophomore Kingston Perry is a man of adventure, exploration and curiosity. Perry was born and raised in Bozeman, Montana and has been travelling his whole life. After saving up for a couple months, Perry and two of his friends from Bozeman decided to plan a trip to Europe after their first year of c...

Baker’s Dozen: Hannah Adkins

Hannah Adkins

Ethan Marchetti, Editor-in-Chief

October 10, 2019

Senior Hannah Adkins worked as an intern with the Planned Parenthood Federation of America’s New York City office this summer. Specifically, Adkins served as a development intern within the non-profit’s principal and major gifts department.Some of Adkins’ primary responsibilities included doing interna...

Baker’s Dozen: Wynter Schnell

Wynter Schnell

Nick Francouer, Assistant News Editor

October 10, 2019

In just his second year at Colgate, sophomore Wynter Schnell from Pound Ridge, New York has immersed himself in the university’s extracurricular opportunities. Schnell was elected as a Student Government Association (SGA) senator and served as a Maroon-News staff writer. He co-hosted the WRCU radio show, ...

Baker’s Dozen: Alan Leist III ‘95

Alan Leist

Richard Falvo, Maroon-News Staff

October 10, 2019

Alan Leist III graduated Colgate in 1995 with a degree in Economics. However, while a first-year student, Leist’s mother insisted that he enroll in an art history course to “broaden his horizons.” To put it kindly, the Art History course reaffirmed to Leist that pursuing his interest in Economics would be...

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