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Injustice Against Indigenous Women in Missing Persons Cases Illuminated by Gabby Petito’s Disappearance

Karenna Warden, Staff Writer October 11, 2021

News of Gabrielle Petito’s tragic disappearance and death has flooded the media, from the New York Times to Fox News, since late August 2021. According to the New York Times, Petito, a 22-year-old...

Colgate Community Cheers on Women’s Soccer Team in Win over Fordham

Colgate Community Cheers on Women’s Soccer Team in Win over Fordham

Karenna Warden, Staff Writer August 29, 2021

Although the air was rainy, hot and humid when the Colgate women's soccer team stepped onto Beyer-Small Field to play Fordham University on Aug. 19, the stands were bubbling with excitement as members...

Local Businesses React to Students Return, COVID-19 Safety Restrictions

Local Businesses React to Students’ Return, COVID-19 Safety Restrictions

Karenna Warden, Staff Writer August 23, 2021

As students return to campus amid widespread uncertainty caused by the Delta variant, students and business owners alike are excited to connect once again, though business owners remain wary of the unpredictability...

WRCU’s Up & Coming DJs

WRCU’s Up & Coming DJs

Cooper Lowell, Staff Writer August 23, 2021

WRCU is Colgate University’s long-running, student-led radio station. The station has been providing the campus and larger Colgate community with interesting and entertaining radio programing since 1950...

Hot Topic: Once Upon a Time in Hollywood: a Fantastic Novel and Film

Robert "Jerry" Pfeifer, Staff Writer August 22, 2021

[SPOILER ALERT] Over the summer, I worked my first job as a server at a local restaurant. I worked long hours but still had too much time at home to sit in anticipation of arriving at Colgate. When...

Unpopular Opinion: Let’s Keep Masking for Our Social Benefit

Tate Fonda, Staff Writer August 22, 2021

Often we ask others: if you had a superpower, what might you choose? It’s gone generally unnoticed that this year we have been mandated to partake in one popular choice: invisibility. Face coverings,...

Christian Walker: Jack of All Trades, Master of Most

Rebecca Kopelman, Staff Writer August 22, 2021

Christian Walker learned how to drive when he was ten years old, sputtering around an open field on a Jeep with no brakes.  “It made me a better driver,” he maintained. His independent attitude...

The Class of 2025 Arrives for In-Person Orientation

Leila Ribeiro, Staff Writer August 21, 2021

After about an 18-month hiatus from a fully in-person academic experience, Colgate University will welcome the class of 2025 on Sunday, Aug. 22. Compared to the 2020-21 school year, first-year students...

Unpopular Opinion: The Geese of Colgate are a Menace

Unpopular Opinion: The Geese of Colgate are a Menace

Bri Liddell, Staff Writer August 21, 2021

Walking down Colgate’s famed Willow Path for the first time, I was struck by its elegance, simplicity and quiet beauty. That is until myself and the little party of first-years I was walking with came...

Pete Paasche and His Ultimate Journey

Pete Paasche and His Ultimate Journey

Virginia Morley, Contributing Writer April 30, 2021

“I’d say it’s a lot more than just the game,” senior Pete Paasche said, reflecting on his time on the Colgate Ultimate Frisbee club team. A mathematical economics concentrator and sociology minor...

Balancing Sports and School: Men’s Club Ice Hockeys John Ferguson

Balancing Sports and School: Men’s Club Ice Hockey’s John Ferguson

Sophie Naylor, Staff Writer April 30, 2021

Hailing from Minnetonka, MN, senior John Ferguson has spent his whole life surrounded by hockey.  “I grew up playing hockey since before I could walk, basically, as one does in Minnesota,” Ferguson...

Mackenzie Martin, Queen of Water Polo

Mackenzie Martin, Queen of Water Polo

Megan Herbruck, Staff Writer April 30, 2021

One of the many great things about Colgate is the diverse array of teams and clubs that exist on campus. At the annual fall club fair, excited students staff dozens of tables and work to encourage students...

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