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Education Department and University Museums Debut Story Walk Outside Persson Hall

Education Department and University Museums Debut Story Walk Outside Persson Hall

Maya Albright , Contributing Writer November 18, 2022

Located outside of Persson Hall, ten outdoor reading stations have created a "Story Walk" that tells "The Legend of How the Bear Lost His Tail," a new Oneida language-learning children’s book based on...

Parry’s Begins Indoor Farmer’s Market for the Winter Season

Parry’s Begins Indoor Farmer’s Market for the Winter Season

Rylee Hatch, Contributing Writer November 18, 2022

Parry’s, the general store located at 100 Utica Street, has resumed its indoor farmer’s market, which hosts local vendors in an effort to bring a farm goods market indoors during the winter months. Parry’s...

Cruiser Riders Report Schedule Issues Amid Changing Traffic Patterns

Cruiser Riders Report Schedule Issues Amid Changing Traffic Patterns

Conor Burns , Contributing Writer November 11, 2022

New campus construction has recently interrupted Colgate’s cruiser transportation system, leaving students unsure of pick-up times. Colgate University officially broke ground on the construction of the...

Student-Led Organizations Work to Increase Voter Turnout for Election Day

Student-Led Organizations Work to Increase Voter Turnout for Election Day

Anastasia Thumser , Staff Writer November 11, 2022

Amidst historically low voter turnout among younger age groups, student-led organizations like Democracy Matters and the Colgate Vote Project encouraged Colgate students to vote this week for the midterm...

Colgate University Returns Culturally Significant Oneida Items

Colgate University Returns Culturally Significant Oneida Items

Samantha Wotring, Assistant News Editor November 10, 2022

On Wednesday, Nov. 9, Colgate University returned over 1,500 culturally significant items back to the Oneida Indian Nation in a repatriation ceremony that took place in the University’s Chapel House.  These...

New SGA and TIA Grants Expand Student Entrepreneurship Opportunities

New SGA and TIA Grants Expand Student Entrepreneurship Opportunities

Payton Gore, Staff Writer November 4, 2022

Being a leader at Colgate is encouraged more than ever with the development of expansion grants from Thought into Action (TIA) and SGA's new Gate Grants initiative. Seniors Shane Knopp and Parna Shakouri,...

Professor Sasha Turner Gives Annual Douglas K. Reading Lecture

Professor Sasha Turner Gives Annual Douglas K. Reading Lecture

Samantha Wotring, Assistant News Editor November 4, 2022

The Colgate University History Department held its annual Douglas K. Reading Lecture on Monday, Oct. 24. This year’s guest lecturer was Professor Sasha Turner, an associate professor of History at Johns...

Hamilton Fire Department Honors Clark Perkins in Annual 5K Run

Hamilton Fire Department Honors Clark Perkins in Annual 5K Run

Josephine DeBono, Contributing Writer November 4, 2022

Hamilton’s Fire Department celebrated the life of Colgate alumnus, volunteer firefighter and U.S. 1st Lieutenant Marine Clark C. Perkins in their annual 5k run this past Saturday, Oct. 29. After his...

Haven Hosts Event Series for Sixth-Annual Wear Purple Day

Haven Hosts Event Series for Sixth-Annual ‘Wear Purple Day’

Maya Egan , Contributing Writer October 28, 2022

This past week, many Colgate students, administrators and faculty members participated in "Wear Purple Day" on Oct. 20 to raise awareness for domestic partner violence. Organized by Haven, Colgate's central...

University Opens Flu Shot and COVID-19 Booster Vaccine Clinic

University Opens Flu Shot and COVID-19 Booster Vaccine Clinic

Henry Choi, Contributing Writer October 21, 2022

In an email sent out on Oct. 3, Student Health Services (SHS) announced that they have renewed their partnership with Dougherty Pharmacy this year to provide on-campus vaccine clinics interspersed throughout...

Board of Trustees Discusses Third-Century Developments at Annual Meeting

Board of Trustees Discusses Third-Century Developments at Annual Meeting

Payton Gore and Rio Lacey October 7, 2022

Colgate welcomed The Board of Trustees to campus for their annual meeting on Sept. 30 through Oct. 1. According to Colgate University President Brian W. Casey, the main objectives of the meeting were to...

Professor Alexander Barder Delivers Peter C. Schaehrer Memorial Lecture

Professor Alexander Barder Delivers Peter C. Schaehrer Memorial Lecture

Emma McCartan, Contributing Writer October 7, 2022

On Sep. 29, Professor Alexander Barder, Associate Professor and Graduate Program Director for International Relations at Florida International University, gave the 13th Peter C. Schaehrer lecture series...

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