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Assistant Dance Professor Dr. Amy Swanson Presents Research on Contemporary Dance Theory in Senegal

Assistant Dance Professor Dr. Amy Swanson Presents Research on Contemporary Dance Theory in Senegal

Emma Hubbard, Contributing Writer February 26, 2021

As part of the Division of Arts and Humanities Spring 2021 Colloquium Series, Assistant Professor of Dance Dr. Amy Swanson discussed her research on the intersection of gender, sexuality and contemporary...

Kirsten Johnson’s Film Dick Johnson is Dead Grapples With Progressive Dementia

Emma Gutmann, Staff Writer February 26, 2021

Kirsten Johnson’s Dick Johnson is Dead melds observation, experience and imagination as she attempts to preserve her father’s memory through comedy. Documenting the stages of progressive dementia,...

ALANA Hosts Conversation on the Intersectionality of Black and Indigenous Identities

ALANA Hosts Conversation on the Intersectionality of Black and Indigenous Identities

Maya Karkhanis, Contributing Writer February 26, 2021

The ALANA Cultural Center and Mosaic started a conversation about the intersectionality of Black and Indigenous identities and how systemic racism, particularly in the form of racialization against mixed-race...

Art and Art History Lecture Explores Graphics as Political Tools

Claire Rose, Contributing Writer February 26, 2021

In February of 2021, The Art History department at Colgate started a series of conversations and lectures as part of the “Graphic Liberation: Perspectives on Image Making and Political Movements” installment....

Decolonizing Self-Care: What do I really need outside of bubble baths?

Decolonizing Self-Care: What do I really need outside of bubble baths?

Claire Madsen, Contributing Writer February 26, 2021

An intimate group of faculty and students gathered for a discussion with Oprah Jrenal, the Assistant Director of the LGBT Resource Center at Michigan State University on the decolonization of self-care,...

Monica Mercado, Assistant Professor of History, stands with a projection of The Awakening, an image of Lady Liberty about women’s suffrage by Henry Mayer, November 6, 2020.

Museum Conversations: Documenting the Pandemic

Rose Corcoran, Staff Writer February 26, 2021

Colgate students and faculty gathered for another “Museum Conversations” event on Wednesday, Feb. 17 with this week’s focus being the role of museums in documenting and communicating the ongoing...

13 Beats of the Week: 2/26/21

13 Beats of the Week: 2/26/21

Miller Downer, Managine Editor February 26, 2021

“MAZZA (feat. A$AP Rocky),” by slowthai & A$AP Rocky — slowthai’s recent album TYRON unsurprisingly features a star-studded cast after his propulsion to stardom following his debut album...

Hamilton Center for the Arts Presents Local Artist's

Hamilton Center for the Arts Presents Local Artist’s “Living in Limbo: Portraits from the Border”

Rose Corcoran, Staff Writer February 20, 2021

At the Hamilton Center for the Arts, local nature artist Bill McLaughlin’s “Living in Limbo: Portraits from the Border” exhibition provides an achingly poignant glimpse into the plight of migrants...

Math Club and Math Department Host Ben Orlin Lecture

Math Club and Math Department Host Ben Orlin Lecture

Emma Gutmann, Staff Writer February 20, 2021

Colgate’s Math Club and Math Department eagerly welcomed author, teacher and avid math enthusiast Ben Orlin this past Tuesday, Feb. 9, who emphasized the importance of creating an inviting environment...

COVID-19 and the Future of Movie Watching: From Theaters to Streaming

COVID-19 and the Future of Movie Watching: From Theaters to Streaming

Katie Gold, Contributing Writer February 20, 2021

In November of 2019, I went to see Greta Gerwig’s adaptation of Little Women (2019) at my local theater back in Chicago, IL. If you don’t already know this cinematic masterpiece, the heartfelt story...

Colgate Arts Council Presents Virtual Redrawing Masculinity Workshop

Colgate Arts Council Presents Virtual Redrawing Masculinity Workshop

Paulina Prosnitz, Contributing Writer February 20, 2021

35 members of the Colgate community spent a rather unconventional Wednesday evening this week drawing male figures in various levels of nudity over Zoom. Redrawing Masculinity, a two-hour workshop sponsored...

13 Beats of the Week: 2/19/21

13 Beats of the Week: 2/19/21

Miller Downer, Managing Editor February 20, 2021

“Go and Come Back,” by Fleeting Joys — Many compare Sacramento’s own shoegaze duo Fleeting Joys to genre progenitors My Bloody Valentine, and frankly, the comparisons aren’t far off...

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