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Campus COVID-19 Testing Site Closes After Two Years of Operation

Ani Arzoumanian, Copy Editor May 13, 2022

After two years of operation, Colgate University’s on-campus testing site closed indefinitely on Wednesday, May 11, marking yet another administrative step taken toward a return to “normalcy.” The...

New Flour and Salt Location on Lebanon Street Opens May 4

New Flour and Salt Location on Lebanon Street Opens May 4

Emmett Dowd, Staff Writer May 6, 2022

Flour and Salt Bakery & Cafe has announced that they will be expanding their business and opening a new location on Lebanon Street. Customers can expect the new location to be open on Wednesday, May...

Researchers Turned Volunteers Give Talk on Russian-Ukrainian War

Researchers Turned Volunteers Give Talk on Russian-Ukrainian War

Emma Boultinghouse, Staff Writer May 6, 2022

In continuation of a semester-long effort to bring focus to Russia’s war on Ukraine, Colgate recently brought in two Ph.D. students, Dafna Rachok and Ivan Shmatko, to discuss their hands-on experience...

Student Punches Through Window of Downtown Business ‘New York Pizzeria’

Student Punches Through Window of Downtown Business ‘New York Pizzeria’

Nicole Dienst and Kirby Goodman May 4, 2022

Editorial Disclaimer: While the Maroon-News confirmed the identity of the student suspect through eyewitness student accounts and video acquired from the scene, we have not included it in the story. Our...

Students Express Concern About Changes to First-Year Housing Selection

Students Express Concern About Changes to First-Year Housing Selection

Caroline Michaud, Staff Writer April 29, 2022

While the Office of Residential Life completes the first-year housing selection process, several students have taken issue with the Commons Transfer Application. The Commons Transfer Application opened...

Bueno Tacos Closes After Nearly Two Years of Operation

Bueno Tacos Closes After Nearly Two Years of Operation

Elsa O'Brien, Staff Writer April 29, 2022

Local restaurant Bueno Tacos, located at 22 Utica St. in downtown Hamilton, permanently closed its doors on April 23. Popular throughout the Hamilton community, Bueno Tacos was a Southern California-style...

Lesleigh Cushing to Serve as New Provost and Dean of the Faculty

Lesleigh Cushing to Serve as New Provost and Dean of the Faculty

Emma Boultinghouse, Staff Writer April 29, 2022

Former Provost and Dean of the Faculty Tracey E. Hucks has been on sabbatical for the duration of the 2021-22 academic year, and Professor of Jewish Studies and Religion and Senior Advisor to the President...

SGA Begins Plans for the 2022-2023 School Year

SGA Begins Plans for the 2022-2023 School Year

Payton Gore, Staff Writer April 29, 2022

Junior Shane Knopp won the Student Government Association (SGA) Presidential election and will officially be Colgate's SGA President for the upcoming 2022-2023 school year. Junior Parna Shakouri will be...

Dining Room progress

Seven Oaks Golf Clubhouse and Restaurant Finishing up Renovations, Reopening in May

Mehek Singh, Staff Writer April 29, 2022

The Seven Oaks Golf Club is finishing up major renovations to its restaurant and club facilities this spring. Renovations began in the fall of 2021, and the main building has been closed since. The...

Oak Drive Restoration, Expansion Closes the Tree-Lined Road Sporadically Throughout April

Oak Drive Restoration, Expansion Closes the Tree-Lined Road Sporadically Throughout April

Emmett Dowd, Staff Writer April 22, 2022

Construction crews have lined Oak Drive over the last two weeks as the hallmark tree-lined road leading from Broad Street to campus undergoes a restoration project after an arborist Colgate brought in...

Hamilton Initiative Proposes Four-Story Mixed-Use Development for Village

Hamilton Initiative Proposes Four-Story Mixed-Use Development for Village

Ethan Cherry, Multimedia Manager April 22, 2022

A new, 88,000 square foot, four-story mixed-use development has been proposed for the Village of Hamilton at the crossroads of Madison and Utica Streets in the center of downtown Hamilton. The project,...

The Network Hosts Annual Take Back the Night March

The Network Hosts Annual Take Back the Night March

Rio Lacey, Staff Writer April 22, 2022

The Network hosted its Take Back the Night march — an annual event the sexual violence awareness student group holds in collaboration with Haven and the COVE during Sexual Assault Awareness Month. The...

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