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University Prepares for Spring Return with Baseline Testing

University Prepares for Spring Return with Baseline Testing
January 22, 2021

Amid rising concerns about coronavirus infection rates across the country, the University is preparing to bring students back to campus for the Spring semester with added personnel and baseline testing....

Administration Reaffirms Plans for Spring Return Amid Virus Spikes, Break Days and Car Policy Garner Student Criticism

Administration Reaffirms Plans for Spring Return Amid Virus Spikes, Break Days and Car Policy Garner Student Criticism
December 18, 2020

Vice President and Dean of the College Paul McLoughlin announced updates for the spring 2021 semester on Wednesday, reaffirming the University’s plans to bring the student body back to campus after a...

Medusa Movement Leads Survivor Solidarity Protest, Administration Responds To Demands

December 17, 2020

The Medusa Movement, a student-led activist organization, led a solidarity protest on Colgate Day to stand with survivors of sexual violence whom students say the University has failed to support. Instead...

Concerns Arise Over Commitment Violations During Halloween Weekend

Concerns Arise Over Commitment Violations During Halloween Weekend
November 14, 2020

Amid fears that Halloween gatherings might cause surges in the transmission of the novel coronavirus, university leaders urged students to attend events organized by the Residential Commons and the Colgate...

[email protected] Program Aims To Support First Generation Students

First@Colgate Program Aims To Support First Generation Students
November 14, 2020

Following the success of its five-year pilot, [email protected] will become a permanent campus program, bridging together the Office of Undergraduate Scholars and the First Generation Initiatives Program to...

Colgate Administration Thanks Staff With Additional Paid Vacation Days

Colgate Administration Thanks Staff With Additional Paid Vacation Days
November 14, 2020

In response to the challenges of the Fall 2020 semester caused by the coronavirus pandemic, the Colgate administration granted all non-faculty staff an additional week’s worth of paid vacation days.  In...

Hindu Students Association Celebrates Diwali Amid COVID-19 Guidelines

Hindu Students Association Celebrates Diwali Amid COVID-19 Guidelines
November 14, 2020

The Hindu Student Association (HSA) celebrated Diwali, the Hindu festival of lights, with a service in the Colgate Memorial Chapel after a firework show on Saturday, Nov. 7. Diwali, the festival of lights,...

Administration Updates Plans for Spring Return

Administration Updates Plans for Spring Return
November 7, 2020

The University released its updated plans for a return to campus for the Spring  2021 semester on Friday, Oct. 22, which includes a continuation of the option for students to return to campus or to study...

WRCU Equipment Breakage Impacts Student Broadcasters

WRCU Equipment Breakage Impacts Student Broadcasters
November 7, 2020

WRCU FM, Colgate University’s student-run radio station, suspended operations for the Fall 2020 Semester after an unexpected equipment breakdown in October, when after five successful weeks of WRCU FM...

University Sees Increased Unregistered and Registered Guest Presence on Campus

University Sees Increased Unregistered and Registered Guest Presence on Campus
October 31, 2020

Despite the Colgate Together Travel Policy discouraging nonessential travel, many students have witnessed a number of parents and guests visiting campus both against and within the campus rules, even seeing...

University Task Force Considers Possibility of Gate 4

University Task Force Considers Possibility of Gate 4
October 31, 2020

Just as New York State remains in the fourth and final stage of Governor Andrew Cuomo’s Reopening Plan, Colgate will also attempt to move into its loosest phase of reopening, Gate 4, which is still being...

Residence Hall Water Fountains Found Covered

Residence Hall Water Fountains Found Covered
October 31, 2020

Water fountain spigots in uphill residence halls and academic buildings have been covered with red caps in part of the next step of virus-prevention methods on campus. At the conclusion of the project,...

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