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Students React to MLK Celebration Keynote Speaker Angela Davis

Students React to MLK Celebration Keynote Speaker Angela Davis

Olivia Geppel, Staff Writer February 12, 2021

Civil rights activist Angela Davis gave a keynote address to the Colgate University community last Thursday, Feb. 4. Organized and funded by the University’s Africana, Latin, Asian and Native American...

Flour and Salt Owners Open MOMs, New Business in Hamilton

Flour and Salt Owners Open MOMs, New Business in Hamilton

Maggie Aulman, Staff Writer February 1, 2021

Flour and Salt owners and Colgate alumni Britty Buonocore ‘12, MA’13 and her husband Brendan O’Connor ‘09 recently announced the upcoming opening of a second business in Hamilton, Martha’s on...

Colgate SophoMORE Connections Goes Virtual

Colgate SophoMORE Connections Goes Virtual

Sydney Henderson, Contributing Writer February 1, 2021

Colgate Career Services hosted its ninth annual SophoMORE Connections virtually this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic. This year’s virtual event, attended by 232 sophomores and 49 alumni volunteers, began...

ALANA Cultural Center Hosts Post Inauguration Dialogue

ALANA Cultural Center Hosts Post Inauguration Dialogue

Sophie Mack, Staff Writer February 1, 2021

As part of Colgate’s two-week celebration of the legacy of Martin Luther King, Jr., Colgate’s Africana, Latin, Asian and Native American (ALANA) cultural center hosted a virtual Post-Inauguration Dialogue...

Colgate Dance Groups Perform in Virtual Dancefest

Colgate Dance Groups Perform in Virtual Dancefest

Sivi Colberg, Maroon-News Staff December 9, 2020

For the first time in the 22 year history of Dancefest, this semester’s performance was conducted entirely virtually on Saturday, Dec. 5 due to social distancing regulations and capacity limits for in-person...

“Senior Honor Society” Decides on Interim Name

Wynter Schnell, Maroon-News Staff December 9, 2020

After announcing in late August that a unanimous decision had been made to change the Konosioni Honor Society’s long-held name, the Society came to the decision to change their name to the “Senior...

Departments Prepare For Transition to Remote Learning

Departments Prepare For Transition to Remote Learning

Sarah Westergren, News Writer November 18, 2020

As students pack their bags and return home for Thanksgiving recess, Colgate professors teaching hybrid and in-person classes so far this semester are preparing to transition to fully virtual instruction....

Administration Updates Plans for Spring Return

Administration Updates Plans for Spring Return

Maggie Aulman, Maroon-News Staff November 7, 2020

The University released its updated plans for a return to campus for the Spring  2021 semester on Friday, Oct. 22, which includes a continuation of the option for students to return to campus or to study...

Colgate Women's Studies Center Promotes Asexuality Awareness Week

Colgate Women’s Studies Center Promotes Asexuality Awareness Week

Sophie Mack, Maroon-News Staff November 7, 2020

Despite current challenges posed to in-person meetings, Colgate Women’s Studies still worked to promote Asexual Awareness Week on campus. The Colgate Women’s Studies Instagram account provided definitions...

21st Century Plagues: The Political, Ecological, and Economic Dimensions of Pandemic Disease

21st Century Plagues: The Political, Ecological, and Economic Dimensions of Pandemic Disease

Lucy Hudson, Maroon-News Staff November 7, 2020

The Geography Department hosted four panelists — Adia Benton, Carrie Freshour, Meredith Palmer and Rob Wallace — to discuss the political, ecological and economic dimensions of pandemics on Wednesday,...

University Sees Increased Unregistered and Registered Guest Presence on Campus

University Sees Increased Unregistered and Registered Guest Presence on Campus

Josie Rozzelle, Assistant News Editor October 31, 2020

Despite the Colgate Together Travel Policy discouraging nonessential travel, many students have witnessed a number of parents and guests visiting campus both against and within the campus rules, even seeing...

Students Speak With Hiroshima Atomic Bomb Survivor

Students Speak With Hiroshima Atomic Bomb Survivor

Elli Ament, Staff Writer October 31, 2020

Hiroshima bombing survivor Shigeko Sasamori recounted her life from six months before the dropping of the Hiroshima bomb up until the present in a lecture sponsored by the Colgate University Core Communities...

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