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Colgate Holds Forum on Politics and Culture with Writers for Democratic Action

Colgate Holds Forum on Politics and Culture with Writers for Democratic Action

Erin Knox, Staff Writer March 19, 2021

In the wake of last year’s political and social turbulence, the Colgate English Department hosted a humanities symposium earlier this week as a forum for discussion surrounding the literary and political...

Former Congressmen Hold Discussion On Navigating U.S. House of Representatives

Former Congressmen Hold Discussion On Navigating U.S. House of Representatives

Claire Bergerson, Contributing Writer February 20, 2021

Two former congressmen joined members of the Colgate Vote Project during a Congress to Campus Community Forum on Feb. 8 to discuss their experience campaigning and navigating partisanship in the U.S. House...

Alumni Relations Hosts Post-Election Panel of Political Science Faculty

Alumni Relations Hosts Post-Election Panel of Political Science Faculty

Elli Ament, Maroon-News Staff November 14, 2020

Colgate University’s Office of Alumni Relations hosted a panel of Political Science faculty to discuss the recent general election. Titled "What Happened and What's Next," the webinar featured Assistant...

21st Century Plagues: The Political, Ecological, and Economic Dimensions of Pandemic Disease

21st Century Plagues: The Political, Ecological, and Economic Dimensions of Pandemic Disease

Lucy Hudson, Maroon-News Staff November 7, 2020

The Geography Department hosted four panelists — Adia Benton, Carrie Freshour, Meredith Palmer and Rob Wallace — to discuss the political, ecological and economic dimensions of pandemics on Wednesday,...

Students Speak With Hiroshima Atomic Bomb Survivor

Students Speak With Hiroshima Atomic Bomb Survivor

Elli Ament, Staff Writer October 31, 2020

Hiroshima bombing survivor Shigeko Sasamori recounted her life from six months before the dropping of the Hiroshima bomb up until the present in a lecture sponsored by the Colgate University Core Communities...

Annual Shirley Graham And W.E.B. Dubois Lecture Hosts Dr. Tianna Paschel

Annual Shirley Graham And W.E.B. Dubois Lecture Hosts Dr. Tianna Paschel

Sophie Mack, Maroon-News Staff October 31, 2020

For the department's annual Shirley Graham and W.E.B. Dubois' lecture, the Africana and Latin American Studies Program (ALST) hosted Dr. Tianna Paschel to discuss the multiplicity of racial identity. Paschel...

Russian Affairs Expert Dr. Fiona Hall Leads Discussion On US-Russia Relations

Russian Affairs Expert Dr. Fiona Hall Leads Discussion On US-Russia Relations

Domenique Masi, Maroon-News Staff October 24, 2020

The Forum on Security and Democracy and the Center for Freedom and Western Civilization hosted Dr. Fiona Hill, a leading expert in Russian studies and American diplomacy with Russia, to discuss the complexities...

University Invites Sociologist Dr. Crystal Marie Fleming For Race And Gender Speaker Series

University Invites Sociologist Dr. Crystal Marie Fleming For Race And Gender Speaker Series

Wynter Schnell, Maroon-News Staff September 9, 2020

The University welcomed State University of New York (SUNY) Stony Brook Sociologist Dr. Crystal Marie Fleming to kick off a race and gender speaker series titled “Where do we go from here?: Feminist...

Center for Women’s Studies Holds Virtual Brown Bag Series

Center for Women’s Studies Holds Virtual Brown Bag Series

Hanna Murphy, Assistant News Editor April 29, 2020

The Center for Women’s Studies (WMST) moved its planned Spring Brown Bag lecture series to Zoom in an effort to continue their education and engagement with the Colgate community.  Program Coordinator...

Cutting through Mass Media Rhetoric: The Actual Border Experience

Victoria Pino, Maroon-News Staff March 5, 2020

Colgate Sophomore Residential Seminar (SRS) students reflected on overarching concepts introduced in Professor of Economics Nicole Simpson’s Economics of Immigration/SRS course, as well as on their own...

Lifelong Learners Program Discusses Effects of Climate Change

Olivia Geppel, Maroon-News Staff March 5, 2020

Professor of Biology and Environmental Studies and Gretchen Hoadley Burke '81 and Endowed Chair in Regional Studies Catherine Cardelús facilitated discussion on near and far-reaching impacts of climate...

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