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Dr. Manigault Bryant on Combining Mediums to Tell the Story of “death. everything. nothing.”

Dr. Manigault Bryant on Combining Mediums to Tell the Story of “death. everything. nothing.”

Shannon Ayers, Staff Writer April 30, 2021

Dr. Manigault Bryant presented a lecture to the Colgate community about her documentary entitled “death. everything. nothing” on April 21. This film covered the last few days of Bryant’s mother’s...

Split Britches’ Last Gasp: Aging, Memory and Identity

Split Britches’ Last Gasp: Aging, Memory and Identity

Emma Gutmann, Staff Writer April 30, 2021

Split Britches’ Last Gasp (WFH) is a quirky, poignant collection of mini skits created by Lois Weaver and Peggy Shaw all about aging, memory and identity through an exploration of themselves and their...

Quadio and BMI Partner for Spring Songwriting Club

Rose Corcoran, Staff Writer April 27, 2021

Starting on April 19, Quadio and BMI launched their joint “Spring Songwriting Club” program, a free five-week online educational initiative for college-age songwriters to build connections and skills....

A Conversation with Civil Rights Lawyer Benjamin Crump

A Conversation with Civil Rights Lawyer Benjamin Crump

Addie Christianson, Contributing Writer April 23, 2021

UTAThe Center for Leadership and Student Involvement (CSLI) invited Attorney Benjamin Crump to speak to the Colgate community last Friday, April 16 about his work as the country's most prominent social...

Melanie Cervantes and Jesus Barraza Discuss the Evolution of their Art During COVID-19

Melanie Cervantes and Jesus Barraza Discuss the Evolution of their Art During COVID-19

Emma Gutmann, Staff Writer April 23, 2021

Colgate’s Art and Art History Lecture series, Graphic Liberation, wrapped up on Wednesday, April 14 with a visually and verbally vibrant lecture featuring Xicanx artists and activists Melanie Cervantes...

Colgate Alumni and Staff Lead Students in Combating Imposter Syndrome

Colgate Alumni and Staff Lead Students in Combating Imposter Syndrome

Sarah Speegle, Contributing Writer April 23, 2021

If you have ever felt like an imposter, you are not alone. Imposter syndrome impacts many people and can happen at any point during a person’s life, especially during their time at college.  Last Wednesday,...

13 Beats of the Week: 4/23/21

13 Beats of the Week: 4/23/21

Miller Downer, Managing Editor April 23, 2021

“Walking the Cow,” by Daniel Johnston — A pioneer in outsider music and lo-fi, Johnston excelled in the underground and unconventional, dispersing his music via cassettes and promoting his artistry...

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The ‘Gate Plate: Homemade Chicken Orzo Soup

Simple and scrumptious recipes for college students.
Kristen Miquel, Staff Writer April 23, 2021

This soup is delicious, nutritious and super simple to make. Just in time for hectic finals season and the end of the semester, it is important to remember to take care of yourself and fuel your body with...

John Foy on His Book, 'No One Leaves the World Unhurt'

John Foy on His Book, ‘No One Leaves the World Unhurt’

Paulina Prosnitz, Staff Writer April 16, 2021

The Department of English hosted writer and poet John Foy for a virtual reading and discussion of his recently published book "No One Leaves the World Unhurt" on April 8. The collection, which was published...

Un/Knowing War: Understanding Shared Experiences with Erin Baines

Un/Knowing War: Understanding Shared Experiences with Erin Baines

Addie Christianson, Contributing Writer April 16, 2021

Susan Thomson, Associate Professor of Peace and Conflict Studies and Director of the Women’s Studies Program, organized a lecture with Erin Baines on the shared experience of war on April 8. Baines,...

Visiting Lecturer Elizabeth Flood Speaks on Witnessing the American Landscape

Visiting Lecturer Elizabeth Flood Speaks on Witnessing the American Landscape

Tess Dunkel, Contributing Writer April 16, 2021

Professional artist and visiting lecturer Elizabeth Flood shared her painting experience and artistic practice with the LifeLong Learning Program on April 6. The program is a partnership between Colgate...

Professor Asmeret Asefaw Berhe on the Role of Soil in Climate Change

Professor Asmeret Asefaw Berhe on the Role of Soil in Climate Change

Maya Karkhanis, Staff Writer April 16, 2021

As  part of the NASC Colloquium, Professor Asmeret Asefaw Berhe joined the Colgate community on Zoom in an event entitled: “What’s Soil Got To Do With Climate Change?” on April 9. According to Assistant...

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