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The ‘Gate Plate: A Holiday Cherry Pie

Izzy Thorpe, Contributing Writer December 9, 2022

Homemade Cherry Pie Ingredients: Homemade or store bought pie dough (I recommend Pillsbury brand) 5 cups pitted and halved dark sweet cherries  ⅔ cup granulated sugar  ¼ cup cornstarch 1...

Ho Tung Visualization Lab Presents ‘Skies Over Colgate’

LJ Coady, Staff Writer November 18, 2022

Among the many perks students enjoy while going to school in the charmingly remote village of Hamilton, stargazing is quite underutilized. As the weather gets colder and winds get sharper, the Ho Tung...

13 Beats: Nostalgic Canadian Pop

13 Beats: Nostalgic Canadian Pop

Dylan Shi, Special Projects Manager November 18, 2022

In compliance with the standards of the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission, at least 35 percent of music on the nation’s radio stations must be Canadian. For many listeners who...

A&F Poetry Collections: ‘bleichspargel’

Harry Shook, Staff Writer November 18, 2022

it’s raised in caves, shielded by moonless soil, served on my grandmother's spoiled china set, never able to savor sweet balmy rays. stalky spears – locked and formed into stagnant companies...

Colgate Hosts Symposium on Reuniting the Tamil Yogini Goddesses

Colgate Hosts Symposium on Reuniting the Tamil Yogini Goddesses

Bri Liddell, Staff Writer November 11, 2022

This past weekend, on Nov. 4 and 5, Colgate University hosted a symposium entitled “Reuniting the Tamil Yoginis II: Planning The Exhibition,” in which art history scholars from around the globe gathered...

TaVon Amir: Revolutionary Acts of Self

Ta’Von Amir: Revolutionary Acts of Self

Tate Fonda, Arts & Features Editor November 4, 2022

In an environment dominated by academic measures of worth, the first step in sophomore Ta’Von Amir’s path to fulfillment was reclaiming their individualism in order to pronounce their humanity. Amir,...

13 Beats: Noah Kahan Edition

13 Beats: Noah Kahan Edition

Felicia Paul, Staff Writer November 4, 2022

In honor of Noah Kahan releasing his album “Stick Season” earlier this month, here are some of the top hits and most influential songs from this rising artist. 1. Busyhead – Noah Kahan (2019) The...

Keck Center Hosts International Cake Tasting Event

Keck Center Hosts International Cake Tasting Event

Allie Kavalauskas, Contributing Writer November 4, 2022

On Oct. 26, the W.M. Keck Center for Language Study hosted an event featuring cakes from around the world prepared by the department’s language interns. The event was first held last year and judging...

ALANA’s Second Annual Multicultural Fashion Show is Traditional, in a Modern Way

ALANA’s Second Annual Multicultural Fashion Show is Traditional, in a Modern Way

Tate Fonda, Arts & Features Editor October 28, 2022

The Africana, Latin, Asian and Native American (ALANA) Cultural Center held its second annual Multicultural Fashion Show on Friday, Oct. 21, under a starry series of string lights and a stage enveloped...

In Horror Film ‘Smile,’ Trauma is Contagious

Amy Grunther, Assistant Arts & Features Editor October 28, 2022

Trigger Warning: This article contains mentions of suicide, self-harm and trauma. The universal representation of happiness is flipped on its head in the new horror movie “Smile.” The film centers...

13 Beats: Songs Over 8 Minutes

13 Beats: Songs Over 8 Minutes

Tess Dunkel, Staff Writer October 21, 2022

1. Pyramids by Frank Ocean Frank Ocean muses both about the past and the present in this two-part, ten-minute R&B epic. Dream-like imagery depicting the legendary betrayal of Cleopatra opens the...

Friday Night Film Series Presents: The Prison in Twelve Landscapes

Friday Night Film Series Presents: ‘The Prison in Twelve Landscapes’

Mary Kate Doyle, Staff Writer October 21, 2022

On Monday, Oct. 3, students and faculty gathered in Golden Auditorium to watch award-winning filmmaker and writer Brett Story’s 2016 documentary, “The Prison in Twelve Landscapes." Based in Toronto,...

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