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BRIEF: Health Services Continues Booster Shot Clinics

BRIEF: Health Services Continues Booster Shot Clinics

Annabel Morris, Assistant News Editor December 10, 2021

Student Health Services is continuing to offer COVID-19 vaccine booster clinics for students, staff and community members at the MAT into the end of the semester. Thus far, Colgate has offered eight booster...

13 Beats of the Week: Stargazing

13 Beats of the Week: Stargazing

Aidan O'Connor, Contributing Writer December 10, 2021

Although the sun is setting earlier every day, it just means that the stars have more time to shine. Here are 13 space-themed songs for getting lost in the night sky. 1. “Nights” by Frank Ocean RIYL*:...

State Minimum Wage Increases to Affect Student and Local Workers

Sophie Mack, Staff Writer December 10, 2021

The New York State Division of the Budget recently issued its report on the minimum wage rate increase from $12.50 to $13.20 per hour, scheduled to take effect on Dec. 31, a move that will impact all...

MICHELLE BUTEAU VISITS COLGATE: The stand-up comedian is best known for hosting the Netflix reality-TV show The Circle and her many appearances on Comedy Central.

Colgate Stand Up Club Hosts Michelle Buteau

Ruth Reynolds, Contributing Writer December 10, 2021

The Colgate Stand Up Club hosted comedian Michelle Buteau on Friday, Dec. 3. She performed at 8 p.m. in the Hall of Presidents, performing a riveting set for the large crowd of students. Introduced...

HANUKKAH HYPNOTIST: Austin-based performance artist Brad Henderson visited Colgate for a CJU-sponsored Hanukkah hypnosis show in Love Auditorium.

Hypnotist Illuminates Colgate’s Hanukkah

Robert "Jerry" Pfiefer , Staff Writer December 10, 2021

The Colgate Jewish Union (CJU) hosted Austin-based magician Brad Henderson for a hypnosis performance on Wednesday, Dec. 1. The show, which took place in Love Auditorium, fell on the fourth night of Hanukkah....

LAST FRIDAY NIGHT FILM: Students celebrated the 30th anniversary of Thelma and Louise in the last Friday Night Film Series event of the semester.

Friday Night Film Series: “Thelma and Louise” and “Goodbye Thelma”

Claire Madsen, Staff Writer December 10, 2021

To finish off the Fall 2021 Friday Night Film Series, students and faculty gathered in Golden Auditorium to watch Ridley Scotts’ 1991 film "Thelma and Louise" followed by Associate Professor and filmmaker...

Maya LaRosiliere: Winding Up and Letting Go

Maya LaRosiliere: Winding Up and Letting Go

Bri Liddell, Staff Writer December 10, 2021

When senior Maya LaRosiliere of Plano, Texas first stepped foot into her tiny Curtis Hall dorm room back in 2018, she hadn’t anticipated just how much this unfamiliar new place would change her, but...

ALANA Cultural Center Hosts Discussion on Truckers and Tik Tok

Emmett Dowd, Staff Writer December 10, 2021

The Africana, Latin, Asian and Native American (ALANA) Cultural Center held a brown bag event entitled "Tik Tok, Truckers, and Travel Bans" on Thursday, Dec. 2. Led by Rebecca Upton, a Lindsay O'Connor...

Minus the City: Hookup Culture in the Age of Social Media

Elli Ament, Contributing Writer December 10, 2021

Imagine this: you're about to go meet up with some person with whom you want to hook up. You two have been messaging for a bit, and they've invited you over to "hang out." What have you probably already...

LONDON LEARNING: Students participating in the Fall 2021 London Study Group pose for a group photo on an excursion to Stonehenge.

Semesters Abroad Come to a Close as Omicron Cases Rise

Payton Gore, Contributing Writer December 10, 2021

As the number of Omicron cases rises across Europe, Colgate students abroad during the Fall 2021 semester reflect on their experiences during a global pandemic. Their return home in the coming month marks...

Ahmaud Gabriele: Spreading Positivity

Ahmaud Gabriele: Spreading Positivity

Jordan Yankee, Staff Writer December 10, 2021

“Give yourself credit for what you can do. Now find a way to do it a little better this week. You can do it!” Every Monday, Ahmaud Gabriele, a senior from Atlanta, Ga., sends a motivational quote...

Race Issues: We See You, White American Theatre

Dylan Shi, Staff Writer December 10, 2021

Among the most remarkable things about the 2020 movement for racial justice was how it spotlighted the implicit behaviors that affect racial minorities on an everyday basis. In schools, workplaces...

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