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The Oldest College Weekly in America. Founded 1868.

The Colgate Maroon-News

The Oldest College Weekly in America. Founded 1868.

The Colgate Maroon-News

Peer-Led Conversation Allows Students To Share Opinions on Resources, Feelings of Safety on Campus

Peer-Led Conversation Allows Students To Share Opinions on Resources, Feelings of Safety on Campus

Bella Caruso, Contributing Writer May 3, 2024

The Colgate University ALANA Cultural Center and Haven hosted an event on “Vulnerabilities of Intersecting Identities” on Tuesday, April 23. The event was organized and facilitated by Colgate students,...

Women’s Rowing Builds Momentum Ahead of Championships

Women’s Rowing Builds Momentum Ahead of Championships

Sam Kresch, Contributing Writer May 3, 2024

As a two-season sport, the Colgate University women’s rowing team is nearing the end of their season soon. The fall saw a solid season out of the team, as they finished 23rd out of 40 teams at the Head...

13 Beats: From the Office

13 Beats: From the Office

Mehek Singh and Abby Harn May 3, 2024

As the school year winds down, the editorial staff of The Colgate Maroon-News work tirelessly to bring their readers the latest stories and happenings on campus. Every Tuesday, members of staff spend several...

‘The Tortured Poets Department’: Taylor Swift Thrills Fans With Yet Another Hit Album

Emma Hanlon, Contributing Writer May 3, 2024

Fans were delighted on April 19 with the release of Taylor Swift’s eleventh studio album, “The Tortured Poets Department.” Swift announced its release at this year’s Grammy Awards after winning...

Colgate Live Music Collective Welcomes Colombian Folk Artist Mónica Giraldo to Hamilton

Colgate Live Music Collective Welcomes Colombian Folk Artist Mónica Giraldo to Hamilton

Allan Crounse, Staff Writer May 3, 2024

Colombian folk musician Mónica Giraldo performed at Flour & Salt Café on Thursday, April 25, bringing an opportunity for members of the community to appreciate and bond over a style of music not...

Gray Purcell: Finding Your Niche(s) at Colgate

Gray Purcell: Finding Your Niche(s) at Colgate

Hannah Marcotrigiano, Contributing Writer May 3, 2024

Originally from Baltimore, Md., senior Gray Purcell is an environmental studies major and sociology minor who participates in a diverse portfolio of activities and organizations on campus. She has ingrained...

Dancefest Kicks off Springfest 2024 With Enthusiastic Student Performances

Dancefest Kicks off Springfest 2024 With Enthusiastic Student Performances

Peyton Taylor, Contributing Writer May 3, 2024

Dancefest is one of the most exciting and beloved traditions at Colgate University. It is a chance for students of all backgrounds to express themselves creatively for an audience that is eager to appreciate...

Sarah Miller: Student-Athlete Extraordinaire, Budding Scientist

Sarah Miller: Student-Athlete Extraordinaire, Budding Scientist

Ale Lewis, Contributing Writer May 3, 2024

Senior Sarah Miller, a physics major and biology minor from Long Valley, N.J., has excelled in her academic and athletic endeavors at Colgate University. Her awards and distinctions are a testament to...

Sustainability: Fast Fashion Needs to Slow Down

Sustainability: Fast Fashion Needs to Slow Down

Katherine Novak, Contributing Writer May 3, 2024

A representation of personal identity, fashion is intimately intertwined with the human experience. As social values and beliefs evolve, culture and society undergo changes that are reflected in new trends....

Professor Ann S. Masten Hosts Discussion About Resiliency in Child Development

Emery Furgason, Contributing Writer May 3, 2024

Author and Regents Professor of Child Development at the Institute of Child Development at the University of Minnesota Ann S. Masten spoke at the annual Wolk Lecture on Friday, April 26. The event was...

Softball Shows Grit During End of Season Grind

Softball Shows Grit During End of Season Grind

Gillian Lustenberger, Contributing Writer May 3, 2024

As the Colgate University women’s softball season comes to a close, the team is gearing up for a match against Army to qualify for the Patriot League Championships. Junior infielder Amanda DeSantis...

Studying Abroad Should Be a Requirement of the Colgate Core Curriculum

Studying Abroad Should Be a Requirement of the Colgate Core Curriculum

Noah Rose, Contributing Writer May 3, 2024

Traveling abroad is undeniably remarkable. When immersing oneself in a culture different from one’s upbringing, the education obtained from these experiences goes far beyond what is taught in a classroom....

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