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Sanctuary City: The Harsh Realities of the American Dream

‘Sanctuary City’: The Harsh Realities of the American Dream

Bri Liddell, Staff Writer December 9, 2022

Colgate’s Department of Theater presented Martyna Majok’s “Sanctuary City,” at the Brehmer Theater in Dana Arts Center from Nov. 11 to 15. The play, directed by Professor of Theater Adrian Giurgea,...

13 Beats: First Snow

13 Beats: First Snow

Felicia Paul, Staff Writer December 9, 2022

Hamilton has already seen its first couple of snows. Puffer jackets and warm boots have made their way back onto campus, and this week’s 13 Beats have the perfect songs for your snow day backdrop! 1....

Dancefest 2022 Showcases Students’ Creative Talent

Allie Kavalauskas, Staff Writer December 9, 2022

With over twenty dazzling performances, there was certainly no shortage of talent at Colgate University Dancefest 2022. From ballet to lyrical to hip-hop and more, Dancefest showcased a wide variety of...

13 Beats: Famous Samples

13 Beats: Famous Samples

Daniel Bernstein, Staff Writer November 11, 2022

Sampling music is the practice of taking a preexisting song, sound or snippet and putting a creative spin on it in order to incorporate it into a new piece of music. Sampling allows artists to channel...

Book Review: ‘My Year of Rest and Relaxation’

Samantha Wotring, Assistant News Editor November 11, 2022

In a post-COVID-19 world, Otessa Moshfegh’s "My Year of Rest and Relaxation" found its target audience. Released in 2018, the critically-acclaimed book skyrocketed to even more fame outside of the literary...

Hidden History: Nona Faustine’s White Shoes Collection

Hidden History: Nona Faustine’s ‘White Shoes’ Collection

Robert "Jerry" Pfeifer, Staff Writer November 11, 2022

A Black woman in white shoes with various layers of clothing ranging from entirely bare to fully clothed took photographs at different locations in New York City’s five boroughs; she perceives these...

Costumes are the Real Show at Sean Kingston Concert

Costumes are the Real Show at Sean Kingston Concert

Bri Liddell, Staff Writer November 4, 2022

On Saturday, October 29, Colgate students dressed in their Halloween finest and flooded into Colgate’s Cotterell Court for the most anticipated event of the weekend: a private concert from rap and singing...

44 Years Later, Halloween Ends is Mediocre at Best

44 Years Later, ‘Halloween Ends’ is Mediocre at Best

Tate Fonda, Arts & Features Editor November 4, 2022

When considering the “Halloween” film franchise, which has grown to encompass 13 films since the original, released in 1978, “Halloween Ends” poses an interesting question: does it really end?...

LGBTQ+ Initiatives’ Queer Quest: An Educational Journey

LGBTQ+ Initiatives’ ‘Queer Quest:’ An Educational Journey

Mary Kate Doyle, Staff Writer November 4, 2022

On Friday, Oct. 28 at 6 pm, students gathered in the Women’s Studies Center for “Queer Quest,” hosted by director of LGBTQ+ Initiatives Lyosha Gorshkov. The quest began with the story of L and I,...

13 Beats: Halloween Night

13 Beats: Halloween Night

Daniel Bernstein, Staff Writer October 28, 2022

With spooky season just around the corner, these songs are sure to brighten up your Halloween party or scare some trick-or-treaters. From Halloween classics to songs about monsters, this week has it all. 1....

Friday Night Film Series Showcases Flee

Friday Night Film Series Showcases ‘Flee’

LJ Coady, Staff Writer October 28, 2022

Students, faculty and families visiting for Parents Weekend gathered in the Golden Auditorium last Friday to watch “Flee,” a documentary directed by Danish filmmaker Jonas Poher Rasmussen. “Flee”...

Africana and Latin American Studies Department Presents W.E.B. DuBois Lecture

Africana and Latin American Studies Department Presents W.E.B. DuBois Lecture

Charlotte Louks, Contributing Writer October 28, 2022

Oyèrónkẹ́ Oyěwùmí, a Nigerian gender scholar and sociology professor at Stony Brook University, gave this year's Shirley Graham and Du Bois Lecture, sponsored by the Africana and Latin American...

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