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Without full online class infrastructure,
students worry about keeping up with coursework in isolation.

Without Consistent Virtual Options, Students Struggle to Learn From Isolation

Josie Rozzelle, Multimedia Manager September 8, 2021

As campus case numbers continue to increase, students in isolation with COVID-19 are facing a challenge not seen last year. Unlike the Fall 2020 and Spring 2021 semesters — when students in quarantine...

As Delta Variant Causes Nationwide Concern, Administration and Task Force Clarify Return to Campus Policies at Town Hall

As Delta Variant Causes Nationwide Concern, Administration and Task Force Clarify Return to Campus Policies at Town Hall

Nicole Dienst, Copy Editor August 13, 2021

University administration and the Task Force on the Re-Opening of the Colgate Campus held a town hall for students and families on Thursday, Aug. 12, to clarify return to campus policies ahead of students’...

Colgate Introduces New Academic Minor in Global Public and Environmental Health

Colgate Introduces New Academic Minor in Global Public and Environmental Health

Lalana Sharma and Elizabeth Shaw July 6, 2021

Beginning this fall, Colgate will officially offer a new interdisciplinary minor in Global Public and Environmental Health (GPEH). In an email sent to the student body on May 10, Provost and Dean of the...

In a June 3 email from Vice President and Dean of the College Paul McLoughlin, the University announced the appointment of Ahmet Çelik as the first campus imam and Muslim student adviser.

Ahmet Çelik Appointed As First Campus Imam and Muslim Student Advisor

Sarah Westergren, Assistant News Editor June 23, 2021

Colgate has appointed Ahmet Çelik, a Ph.D. candidate and instructor in religion and Middle Eastern studies at Syracuse University, as the first campus imam and Muslim student advisor in University history. The...

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