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The Colgate Maroon-News

The Oldest College Weekly in America. Founded 1868.

The Colgate Maroon-News

The Oldest College Weekly in America. Founded 1868.

The Colgate Maroon-News

University Understaffed as Pandemic Effects Remain

University Understaffed as Pandemic Effects Remain

Josie Rozzelle, Editor-in-Chief September 23, 2022

It has been one month since students returned to campus and the 2022-2023 school year is in full swing, but many University offices are having trouble keeping up due to a campus-wide staff shortage. As...

Greek Life Recruitment Commences Without COVID-19 Restrictions

Greek Life Recruitment Commences Without COVID-19 Restrictions

Sophie Mack, News Editor September 23, 2022

The Fall fraternity and sorority recruitment process, planned by the Panhellenic Association and Inter-Fraternity Council, was held Sept. 13 through 18, according to an email from Dean of Students Dorsey...

Amid Staffing and Food Shortages, Dining Services Increase Meal Plan Options for Students

Amid Staffing and Food Shortages, Dining Services Increase Meal Plan Options for Students

Sophie Karbstein, Contributing Writer September 23, 2022

In an effort to rectify the effects of recent challenges to Colgate Dining Services operations, the University introduced a number of additional dining options for students with meal plans, including a...

Water Main Break Limits Broad Street Plumbing Access

Water Main Break Limits Broad Street Plumbing Access

Reade Fenner, Contributing Writer September 16, 2022

Roughly 300 students living on Broad St. between West Kendrick Ave. and College St. lost water access twice last week, first when a water main broke in front of 94 Broad St. on Friday, Sept. 9, and again...

University Donates Collection to Internet Library Archives

University Donates Collection to Internet Library Archives

Emmett Dowd, Staff Writer September 16, 2022

Joining a growing number of academic libraries, the Colgate University Library donated to the Internet Archive to help preserve websites, music, movies and millions of books, and provide universal access...

COVID-19 Cases Continue to Rise on Campus

COVID-19 Cases Continue to Rise on Campus

Payton Gore, Staff Writer September 16, 2022

COVID-19 cases continue to rise, with eight new positive student cases recorded over the weekend. This brings the number of reported active cases to 27 students and 3 employees, according to Health Analytics...

OSI Hosts Indoor Fall Student Involvement Fair

OSI Hosts Indoor Fall Student Involvement Fair

Samantha Wotring, Assistant News Editor September 16, 2022

The Office of Student Involvement (OSI), formerly referred to as the Center for Leadership and Student Involvement (CLSI), put on the biannual Student Involvement Fair on Thursday, Sept. 8. The Involvement...

Renovation equipment and a chain link fence obscures the main entrance to Olin Hall. Construction on the building will last until Aug. 2023.

Olin Construction Displaces Faculty, Staff, Students

Sophie Karbstein, Contributing Writer August 25, 2022

The renovation of Olin Hall has displaced staff, faculty and students who formerly worked, did research or studied in the building. As part of the University’s Third-Century Plan, the renovation aims...

Student Health Services Leadership Staff Changes in Effect

Annabel Morris, Executive Editor August 8, 2022

Dr. Ellen Larson has been appointed as the new Director of Colgate University Student Health Services. Effective June 1, former Director of Health Services Dr. Merrill Miller will shift roles to serve...

The fifth anniversary celebration of Haven, Colgates sexual violence resource center, was held last Thursday, Oct. 28 in Curtis Hall. The center (pictured), is located in Curtis garden level. (Photo by Valerie Deleon, graphic by Ethan Cherry)

Haven Honors Student Activism of its Creation, Progress in Survivor Support as it Celebrates Fifth Anniversary

Kirby Goodman, Editor-In-Chief November 5, 2021

CONTENT WARNING: Article contains discussion of sexual assault and violence. Following a large student protest on campus sexual violence and administrative negligence in 2015, Haven, Colgate’s...

Campus Transformations on the Horizon

Campus Transformations on the Horizon

Ethan Cherry and Sara Fraser September 24, 2021

After a year spent focusing on the COVID-19 pandemic, the University is excited to progress its plans for new Middle Campus projects and renovations to major existing buildings Olin Hall and the Dana Arts...

ISOLATION SPACE: Students isolate in several off-campus facilities after surge in COVID-19 Cases, including 76 Broad Street.

University Converts Residential Spaces On and Off Campus for Student Isolation

Erin Knox , News Editor September 17, 2021

Last week, the Colgate community experienced a surge of COVID-19 cases, causing a large number of students, faculty and staff to move into self-isolation spaces both on and off campus. Classrooms returned...

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