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Good Nature Farm Brewery Struggles Amid Mounting Financial Issues

Good Nature Farm Brewery Struggles Amid Mounting Financial Issues

Emmett Dowd, Staff Writer December 9, 2022

Good Nature Farm Brewery, the local craft beer hotspot and favorite amongst Colgate students, has forfeited its operations to a court-appointed receiver after not being able to pay mortgage debts. As a...

Norwich Meadows Farms Zaid Kurdeih Discusses Religion and Sustainability in Farming

Norwich Meadows Farm’s Zaid Kurdeih Discusses Religion and Sustainability in Farming

Emma McCartan & Robert "Jerry" Pfeifer, Staff Writer December 9, 2022

On Monday, Nov. 28, Colgate University students had the opportunity to learn from the Northeast Organic Farming Association of New York’s Farmer of the Year, Zaid Kurdeih in a talk titled, “Norwich...

Michael Shellenberger Gives Controversial Lecture Discussing Alternative Climate Change Solutions

Michael Shellenberger Gives Controversial Lecture Discussing Alternative Climate Change Solutions

Samantha Wotring, Assistant News Editor December 9, 2022

On Tuesday, Nov. 29, Michael Shellenberger, founder and president of Environmental Progress, co-founder of the Breakthrough Institute and the California Peace Coalition, and former candidate for governor...

Artist Adam Frelin Proposes Lighthouse Installation Above Little Hall

Artist Adam Frelin Proposes Lighthouse Installation Above Little Hall

Payton Gore, Staff Writer December 9, 2022

On Wednesday, Nov. 16, artist Adam Frelin spoke to the Colgate University community about his past and future works, including a proposed installation on top of Little Hall titled Beacon, turning the academic...

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Annual ‘Night of Lights’ Tree Lighting Ceremony Brings Holiday Cheer to Hamilton

Anastasia Thumser, Staff Writer December 9, 2022

The village of Hamilton transformed into a picturesque winter scene on Friday, Dec. 2 for its annual Night of the Lights, marking the village tree lighting. The event featured wintertime decorations, hot...

Office of LGBTQ+ Initiatives and Student Health Services Host Sexual Health Fair

Office of LGBTQ+ Initiatives and Student Health Services Host Sexual Health Fair

Sophie Karbstein, Staff Writer December 9, 2022

The Office of LGBTQ+ Initiatives and Student Health Services held a Sexual Heath Fair on December 2 in the O’Connor Campus Center (Coop). The fair included STI/STD testing, provided by the Q Center,...

Brief: ALANA Announces Bishop Edwin C. Bass as MLK Celebration Keynote Speaker

Brief: ALANA Announces Bishop Edwin C. Bass as MLK Celebration Keynote Speaker

Annabel Morris, Executive Editor December 9, 2022

The ALANA Cultural Center released the itinerary for Colgate University’s annual Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration week on Tuesday, previewing the event that will take place from Jan. 23 through 29,...

University Outlines Plans for Long-Term Lower Campus Residential Redesign

University Outlines Plans for Long-Term Lower Campus Residential Redesign

Ryan Dugdale, News Editor November 18, 2022

As part of the Third Century Plan, Colgate University is sharing its plans for an expanded Lower Campus community, which will feature new residential buildings, study spaces and social opportunities. “This...

Education Department and University Museums Debut Story Walk Outside Persson Hall

Education Department and University Museums Debut Story Walk Outside Persson Hall

Maya Albright , Contributing Writer November 18, 2022

Located outside of Persson Hall, ten outdoor reading stations have created a "Story Walk" that tells "The Legend of How the Bear Lost His Tail," a new Oneida language-learning children’s book based on...

Brief: SGA Invites Students to Vote for Springfest Headliner

Brief: SGA Invites Students to Vote for Springfest Headliner

Annabel Morris, Executive Editor November 18, 2022

The Student Government Association (SGA) sent an email to the Colgate community on Tuesday, Nov. 15 asking students to vote on potential headliners for the Springfest concert. Students from all class years...

Division of Social Sciences Hosts Talk on Putin, Trump and the French Far Right

Division of Social Sciences Hosts Talk on ‘Putin, Trump and the French Far Right’

Sophie Mack, News Editor November 18, 2022

The Division of Social Sciences Fall 2022 Luncheon Seminar Series hosted a talk on "Putin, Trump and the French Far Right" with Professor of History and Director of the Division of Social Sciences Jill...

Brief: Hamilton Village Gift Cards Available for Holiday Season

Brief: Hamilton Village Gift Cards Available for Holiday Season

Annabel Morris, Executive Editor November 18, 2022

While students return home for Thanksgiving break, the village of Hamilton is quickly preparing for the holiday season. One of the new ways the town is celebrating is through local gift cards, available...

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