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Colgate Student Artists Resist Environmental Microaggressions Through LGBTQ+ Art Gallery

Colgate Student Artists Resist Environmental Microaggressions Through LGBTQ+ Art Gallery

Peyton Taylor, Contributing Writer April 5, 2024

Last week, Colgate University celebrated Queerfest with several events designed to reinforce the idea that queer voices should be welcomed on this campus. One of these events was the LGBTQ+ Art Gallery,...

Students Curate Gallery Inspired by CORE Curriculum

Students Curate Gallery Inspired by CORE Curriculum

Emma Hanlon, Contributing Writer March 29, 2024

Picker Art Gallery’s new installation, “Core/Collections: Let’s Talk About It,” embraces Colgate University’s newly revised CORE Curriculum by creating a unique museum experience. The gallery...

The Colgate Resolutions Take the Stage at Flour & Salt

The Colgate Resolutions Take the Stage at Flour & Salt

Olivia Miller, Staff Writer February 16, 2024

Colgate University a cappella group the Colgate Resolutions (Resos) performed for the Hamilton community at Flour & Salt on Friday, Feb. 9, in support of the Community Action Plan, Inc. (CAP) of Madison...

Clifford Gallery Showcases Senior Artwork

Clifford Gallery Showcases Senior Artwork

Ilia Arcery, Staff Writer February 9, 2024

How does someone know that they’ve achieved their goals? For some, it may come in quiet ways, like passing a test or receiving an acceptance letter. For senior Kate Partridge, success comes as bold,...

Dance the Night Away at Fall 2023 Dancefest

Dance the Night Away at Fall 2023 Dancefest

Claire Dodds, Head Arts & Features Editor December 8, 2023

On Saturday, Dec. 2, members of the Colgate University community flocked to the Colgate Memorial Chapel, filling the building to the brim. At exactly 5:30 p.m., the murmurs of the crowd were silenced as...

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Students Revive Tradition With Performance of ‘This Is Not a Play About Sex’

Joanne Kim, Staff Writer December 8, 2023

In the Edge Café on the evening of Dec. 1, the audience was presented with a seemingly ordinary scene: three students doing homework together. Within these typical student environments, we often go to...

Jazz Ensemble Concert Brings Together Music Lovers at Donovans Pub

Jazz Ensemble Concert Brings Together Music Lovers at Donovan’s Pub

Joshua Repp, Staff Writer December 8, 2023

Select groups from Colgate University’s Concert Jazz Ensemble performed alongside Visiting Director of the Colgate University Jazz Ensemble Joe Carello and trumpet accompanist Gary Soloman at Donovan’s...

Living Writers: Katie Kitamura Writes a New Kind of Novel

Living Writers: Katie Kitamura Writes a New Kind of Novel

Claire Madsen, Staff Writer November 17, 2023

The Colgate University community welcomed author Katie Kitamura on Thursday, Nov. 9, to speak in Persson Auditorium as part of the Living Writers series. Kitamura is a distinguished author, research fellow...

A Night at the Ballet: ‘The Nutcracker’ at The Palace

A Night at the Ballet: ‘The Nutcracker’ at The Palace

Sophia Holub, Contributing Writer November 17, 2023

On Nov. 10 and 11, the Colgate University Ballet Company brought Tchaicovsky’s “The Nutcracker” to the Palace Theater in Hamilton, N.Y. Written in 1892 and based on the children’s fairy tale written...

Movie Review: New Horror Comedy Movie ‘Totally Killer’ is the Perfect Halloween Pick

Payton Gore, Head News Editor October 27, 2023

Amazon Prime Video released “Totally Killer,” a new comedy horror movie on Thursday, Sept. 28. Director Nahnatcha Khan, known for comedy shows like “Fresh Off the Boat” and “Don’t Trust the...

Dancing With the Controversial Duo

Claire Dodds, Head Arts & Features Editor October 27, 2023

As season 32 of “Dancing With The Stars” kicked off on Sept. 26, one couple took center stage. All eyes were on professional dancer Rylee Arnold and her partner Harry Jowsey as they cha-chaed the night...

SEA SICK: Many audience members left the showing feeling like they, too, had been on the boat.

Motion Sickness: Something’s Fishy in Little Hall

Claire Madsen, Contributing Writer October 6, 2023

Colgate University staff, students and community members gathered in Golden Auditorium on Monday, Sept. 25,  to watch the 2012 experimental film "Leviathan” directed by Lucien Castaing-Taylor and Véréna...

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