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Course Registration: New Course Offerings for Spring of 2020

Emma Gutmann, Maroon-News Staff

November 14, 2019

Re-Remembering Stories of Growing UpEDUC 440A MW 1:20 - 2:35Every spring semester, the Department of Educational Studies offers “Special Topics” courses that are tailored by the interests and research of different members from the departmen...

No Man’s Land Film Festival Returns for Third Consecutive Year

Sarah Speegle, Maroon-News Staff

November 14, 2019

Enthusiasm for the outdoors radiated across campus on Thursday, November 7 when Outdoor Education and the Shaw Wellness Institute co-hosted the 3rd annual  No Man’s Land Film Festival, an international film festival that empow...

Activist Kenneth Hartman Reflects on Time Incarcerated

Ellie Lawrence, Maroon-News Staff

November 14, 2019

Activist and former prisoner Kenneth E. Hartman visited Colgate to speak about his experience while incarcerated, as well as his work in criminal justice system reform on Friday, November 5. Sponsored by the Office of the Dean ...

Black Solidarity Day Dinner: Students Band Together in Spite of Racist Incidents on Campus

Raymond Hua, Maroon-News Staff

November 14, 2019

The Black Student Union (BSU) hosted a dinner in the Edge Cafe on Monday, November 4 to commemorate Black Solidarity Day, which was created in 1969 to highlight racial and economic inequality nation-wide. The dinner is an ann...

13 Beats

Tristan Niskanen, Maroon-News Staff

November 7, 2019

1. “Lucha Bros” by Westside Gunn, Curren$y and Benny the Butcher A beautiful beat by featured artist Alchemist, a Ghostface Killah-esque verse from Westside Gunn and some gritty bars from Curren$y and a braggadocious outro by Be...

Dance Nation: A Musical Filled With Middle School Nostalgia

Gloria Han, Maroon-News Staff

November 7, 2019

Director April Sweeney writes in her “Director’s Note” for Dance Nation that the world of this play is one in which “heavy objects fall from the sky, thigh bones break, pre-pubescent girls grow fangs… and a ritual of adoles...

Entertainment Preview

Sasha Balasanov, Maroon-News Staff

November 7, 2019

Solve Climate by 2030: A Call for Change in a Changing Climate Join students and faculty this Thursday, November 7 at 4:30 p.m. in discussing the recent climate legislation passed by the state of New York, the Climate Leadership a...

ALANA Cultural Center Celebrates Mexican Holiday Día de los Muertos With Festival

Sarah Speegle, Maroon-News Staff

November 7, 2019

Halloween is not the only major holiday celebrated at the end of October. Beyond the witches, ghosts and goblins of October 31, this season also marks Día de los Muertos, which translates to “Day of the Dead” in English. ...

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