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Career Services’ SophoMORE Connections Program Returns as In-Person Event

Career Services’ SophoMORE Connections Program Returns as In-Person Event

Emmett Dowd, Staff Writer February 3, 2023

On Jan. 20 and 21, Colgate University Career Services hosted the optional SophoMORE Connections event for sophomores looking to connect with a base of alumni and attend discussions that allowed for them...

Artist Adam Frelin Proposes Lighthouse Installation Above Little Hall

Artist Adam Frelin Proposes Lighthouse Installation Above Little Hall

Payton Gore, Staff Writer December 9, 2022

On Wednesday, Nov. 16, artist Adam Frelin spoke to the Colgate University community about his past and future works, including a proposed installation on top of Little Hall titled Beacon, turning the academic...

Search for New Title IX Coordinator Continues

Search for New Title IX Coordinator Continues

Rio Lacey, Staff Writer November 11, 2022

On Monday, Oct. 31, Renee Madison, the vice president for equity and inclusion, sent an email to the Colgate community announcing the start of a search for a new Title IX Coordinator. The email explained...

New Ray Brothers Pop-Up Smokin’ Brothers Inc. Opens in Hamilton

New Ray Brothers Pop-Up Smokin’ Brothers Inc. Opens in Hamilton

Emma McCartan, Contributing Writer November 11, 2022

Ray Brothers BBQ’s new pop-up shop, Smokin’ Brothers Inc., opened last weekend on Oct. 28, adding a new dining option to downtown Hamilton. Brothers Tucker and Colin first opened Ray Brothers BBQ...

International Relations Speaker Series Hosts Talk on Political Violence in Pakistan

International Relations Speaker Series Hosts Talk on Political Violence in Pakistan

Ellie Weber, Staff Writer November 11, 2022

The International Relations speaker series hosted “Under the Gun: Political Violence in Pakistan” on Wednesday, Nov. 2. The speaker, Niloufer Siddiqui, is an assistant professor of political science...

Village Celebrates Halloween with Family-Friendly Activities

Village Celebrates Halloween with Family-Friendly Activities

Maeve Stauff, Contributing Writer November 4, 2022

The village of Hamilton, New York hosted a community-wide event called “Halloween in Hamilton” to celebrate the spooky season. The event started on Friday, Oct. 28, and concluded on Monday, Oct. 31...

Friends & Pho Reopens in Hamilton

Friends & Pho Reopens in Hamilton

Alysha Mendez, Contributing Writer October 28, 2022

Local Vietnamese restaurant Friends and Pho announced that they would be re-opening on Friday, Oct. 14. Located at 3 Lebanon street in Hamilton, Friends and Pho serves a variety of Vietnamese dishes, from...

Brief: Sean Kingston to Headline Fall Fest

Brief: Sean Kingston to Headline Fall Fest

Sophie Mack, News Editor October 28, 2022

The Student Activities Committee (SAA) announced through their Instagram, @saacolgate, that the concert headliner for Fall Fest will be American-Jamaican rapper and singer Sean Kingston. The concert will...

Off-Campus Study Department Hosts Study Abroad Fair

Off-Campus Study Department Hosts Study Abroad Fair

Ellie Weber, Staff Writer October 7, 2022

The Off-Campus Study Department hosted a Study Abroad Fair on Sep. 28. The fair advertised the Colgate Study groups for Fall 2023 and Spring 2024. The application cycle for study abroad officially opened...

Office of Sustainability Embarks on Fall Projects

Brayden Barros-King, Contributing Writer October 7, 2022

Even amidst Colgate’s many environmental initiatives such as becoming carbon neutral, the Office of Sustainability continues to work year-round to ensure the sustainability of the campus. One of their...

SGA Holds Elections as Positions Remain Unfilled

SGA Holds Elections as Positions Remain Unfilled

Sophie Karbstein, Contributing Writer September 30, 2022

Colgate University's Student Government Association (SGA) has hosted its annual elections for various open positions across class years with 10 seats remaining unfilled in the Senate.  The SGA Senate...

Greek Life Recruitment Commences Without COVID-19 Restrictions

Greek Life Recruitment Commences Without COVID-19 Restrictions

Sophie Mack, News Editor September 23, 2022

The Fall fraternity and sorority recruitment process, planned by the Panhellenic Association and Inter-Fraternity Council, was held Sept. 13 through 18, according to an email from Dean of Students Dorsey...

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