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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...

JOE HERNON: Hernon is an active national guard member with previous experience in higher education as director for emergency management at Syracuse University. His back- ground in emergency management means he brings considerable experience to the table.

Joe Hernon Begins Work as New Vice President for Emergency Management

Nicole Dienst, Copy Editor September 17, 2021

In July 2021, the University announced a new Associate Vice President (AVP) for Campus Safety, Emergency Management, and Environmental Health and Safety to replace former AVP Dan Gough. The new AVP, Joseph...

Students Return to a New Normal

Students Return to a New Normal

Sydney Henderson, Staff Writer September 10, 2021

As students and faculty return to campus, most are anticipating a “new normal” at Colgate for the first time since the University initially shifted to entirely virtual instruction in March 2020. With...

As Delta Variant Causes Nationwide Concern, Administration and Task Force Clarify Return to Campus Policies at Town Hall

As Delta Variant Causes Nationwide Concern, Administration and Task Force Clarify Return to Campus Policies at Town Hall

Nicole Dienst, Copy Editor August 13, 2021

University administration and the Task Force on the Re-Opening of the Colgate Campus held a town hall for students and families on Thursday, Aug. 12, to clarify return to campus policies ahead of students’...

Colgate Introduces New Academic Minor in Global Public and Environmental Health

Colgate Introduces New Academic Minor in Global Public and Environmental Health

Lalana Sharma and Elizabeth Shaw July 6, 2021

Beginning this fall, Colgate will officially offer a new interdisciplinary minor in Global Public and Environmental Health (GPEH). In an email sent to the student body on May 10, Provost and Dean of the...

In a June 3 email from Vice President and Dean of the College Paul McLoughlin, the University announced the appointment of Ahmet Çelik as the first campus imam and Muslim student adviser.

Ahmet Çelik Appointed As First Campus Imam and Muslim Student Advisor

Sarah Westergren, Assistant News Editor June 23, 2021

Colgate has appointed Ahmet Çelik, a Ph.D. candidate and instructor in religion and Middle Eastern studies at Syracuse University, as the first campus imam and Muslim student advisor in University history. The...

2020-2021 winners of the 1819 Award Paul McAvoy (left) and Jack Gómez (right) addressed  their fellow seniors, faculty and guests at the Baccalaureate Service during Commencement weekend.

Colgate Announces Gómez and McAvoy as 1819 Award Winners

Wynter Schnell, Staff Writer May 22, 2021

President Brian Casey announced seniors Jake Gómez and Paul McAvoy as the 2020-2021 winners of the Colgate Alumni Corporation 1819 Award in an email sent to all students on April 30. The 1819 Award was...

Colgate Holds In-Person Commencement for Class of 2021

Colgate Holds In-Person Commencement for Class of 2021

Lalana Sharma, Executive Editor May 15, 2021

After months of preparation in the midst of changing COVID-19 pandemic policies and restrictions, the Commencement Ceremony for the class of 2021, the University’s 200th Commencement, was held in-person...

Colgate To Require COVID-19 Vaccine For Fall 2021

Colgate To Require COVID-19 Vaccine For Fall 2021

Nicole Dienst, Copy Editor May 9, 2021

Colgate announced a COVID-19 vaccination requirement for all students returning to campus for the fall 2021 semester, except for those with religious and medical exemptions, via email on May 5.  The...

Contingent Faculty Move Toward a Union

Contingent Faculty Move Toward a Union

Emily Rahhal, Editor-in-Chief April 30, 2021

After over a year of organizing, all non-tenure-track contingent faculty are nearly ready to file a request for a union election with the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB); the Contingent Faculty Union...

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