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Antoni Porowski Virtual Event: Sharing More Than Recipes

Antoni Porowski Virtual Event: Sharing More Than Recipes

Ana Mashek, Staff Writer April 16, 2021

Antoni Porowski, a major cast member of Netflix’s hit show "Queer Eye," brought his cooking expertise and personality to Colgate on March 31. As part of the University’s Virtual Speaker Series, Porowski...

Nizhoni Saenz - Activist with a Message

Nizhoni Saenz – Activist with a Message

Megan Herbruck, Staff Writer April 16, 2021

Walking around town, support for the LGBTQ+ community is more widely shown now than ever, with pride flags hanging on the front of houses or in the windows of apartments. The bright colors are a warm and...

Autumn Lopez: Leading Lambda

Autumn Lopez: Leading Lambda

Brynn Kauffman, Contributing Writer April 16, 2021

A self-described "true-crime expert" and double English literature and African studies concentrator, senior Autumn Lopez is the co-president of Lambda, a queer student group on campus. The group holds...

Vaccine Distribution at Colgate

Vaccine Distribution at Colgate

Maggie Aulman, Staff Writer April 9, 2021

Colgate University began distributing vaccines at The Hall of The Presidents (HOP) on campus on March 25 after being authorized as a vaccination distribution center in January.  Campus Physician Dr....

Tenzing Dakpa: On the Other Side of the Needle

Tenzing Dakpa: On the Other Side of the Needle

Sophie Naylor, Staff Writer April 9, 2021

After months of trying to obtain doses of the COVID-19 vaccine, Colgate has partnered with the Community Memorial Hospital (CMH) to set up a distribution center in the Hall of Presidents in the James C....

Dr. Ellen Larson: Life as Doctor During COVID-19

Dr. Ellen Larson: Life as Doctor During COVID-19

Sivi Colberg, Staff Writer April 9, 2021

Dr. Ellen Larson, Colgate physician and alumna, jokes that she worked at Colgate for 15 minutes before COVID-19. Since joining Colgate’s staff in November 2019, Larson worked as a family physician at...

Mary Carol Yoshino: Making Testing Matter

Mary Carol Yoshino: Making Testing Matter

Fairuz Ishraque, Staff Writer April 9, 2021

Furiously watering eyes and an intense urge to sneeze follow the sharp sting of a cotton swab practically invading the nostril. It is a feeling many of us have come to accept in the last few months as...

Samantha Nino: Student Leadership During a Pandemic

Samantha Nino: Student Leadership During a Pandemic

William Apostolica, Staff Writer April 9, 2021

While the global outbreak of COVID-19 has interrupted students’ academic and extracurricular activities, senior Samantha Nino rose above the challenge and works as a student worker at the COVID-19 testing...

Impacts of Continuous Student Athlete Testing

Impacts of Continuous Student Athlete Testing

Hannah Tupper, Staff Writer April 9, 2021

The coronavirus pandemic has fundamentally changed the protocols and processes for functions across campus and sports are no exception. Student-athletes have had to receive continuous testing in order...

Distant Transactions: Reflecting the Pandemic Virtually

Distant Transactions: Reflecting the Pandemic Virtually

Ellie Cascio, Staff Writer April 2, 2021

As many Colgate community members will remember—or perhaps more accurately will never forget—last March marked the beginning of an experience the community had yet to fully experience: life in the...

Keilani Blas: Art As Social Justice

Keilani Blas: Art As Social Justice

Jessica Argento, Assistant Baker's Dozen Editor April 2, 2021

Scrolling through Instagram, one might encounter a multitude of educational materials, highlighting important topics in an accessible, easily digestible and visually appealing manner. These are the digital...

The Artist Next Door: Bonnie Chin

The Artist Next Door: Bonnie Chin

Kristen Quinonez, Contributing Writer April 2, 2021

Curious about artists on campus? Bonnie Chin brings a variety of artistic mediums to her viewers’ fingertips with her Instagram account @bonnie.chin. This account has received a considerable amount of...

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