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State Eligibility Expansions Allow for Student Vaccine Access

State Eligibility Expansions Allow for Student Vaccine Access

Josie Rozzelle, Assistant News Editor April 9, 2021

All New York residents ages 16 and older became eligible to be vaccinated against COVID-19 as of Tuesday, April 6. The eligibility expansion includes those who reside, work or study in N.Y. State.  Colgate...

Despite General Compliance, Administration Warns of Consequences from Commitment Violations

Despite General Compliance, Administration Warns of Consequences from Commitment Violations

Finn Schuemann, Staff Writer April 9, 2021

Prior to transitioning to Gate 3 in early March, several on-campus gatherings in violation of Colgate’s Commitment to Community Health sparked concern for University officials in recent weeks. Though...

Temporary Classroom Modulars Replace Fall's Tent Classrooms

Temporary Classroom Modulars Replace Fall’s Tent Classrooms

Erin Knox and Lily Haynes February 20, 2021

In the ongoing effort to combat educational disturbances during the COVID-19 pandemic, the Colgate University Task Force on Remote Learning has implemented a series of temporary classroom modulars around...

Colgate Sees Unprecedented 102 Percent Increase in Applications for the Class of 2025

Colgate Sees Unprecedented 102 Percent Increase in Applications for the Class of 2025

Kirby Goodman and Nicole Dienst February 12, 2021

The University received a record 17,000 applications for the class of 2025, a 102 percent increase from last year and close to double the previous record set in 2019 for the class of 2023. Within the history-making...

Four Colgate Students Turned Away From Hamilton Voting Booth On Election Day

Four Colgate Students Turned Away From Hamilton Voting Booth On Election Day

Anya Steinmetz, Maroon-News Staff November 14, 2020

Four Colgate students were turned away from voting at the Hamilton Public Library between 10:30 a.m. and 11:00 a.m. on Election Day because they were not registered to vote in Hamilton, despite having...

Colgate Admission to Be Test-Optional for Three Years

Colgate Admission to Be Test-Optional for Three Years

Isabelle Sapountzis, Maroon-News Staff October 31, 2020

The Colgate University Office of Admission recently announced that for three years standardized tests typically used to evaluate a prospective student, including the SAT and ACT, will be optional for applicants....

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