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Michael Shellenberger Gives Controversial Lecture Discussing Alternative Climate Change Solutions

Michael Shellenberger Gives Controversial Lecture Discussing Alternative Climate Change Solutions

Samantha Wotring, Assistant News Editor December 9, 2022

On Tuesday, Nov. 29, Michael Shellenberger, founder and president of Environmental Progress, co-founder of the Breakthrough Institute and the California Peace Coalition, and former candidate for governor...

Division of Social Sciences Hosts Talk on Putin, Trump and the French Far Right

Division of Social Sciences Hosts Talk on ‘Putin, Trump and the French Far Right’

Sophie Mack, News Editor November 18, 2022

The Division of Social Sciences Fall 2022 Luncheon Seminar Series hosted a talk on "Putin, Trump and the French Far Right" with Professor of History and Director of the Division of Social Sciences Jill...

International Relations Speaker Series Hosts Talk on Political Violence in Pakistan

International Relations Speaker Series Hosts Talk on Political Violence in Pakistan

Ellie Weber, Staff Writer November 11, 2022

The International Relations speaker series hosted “Under the Gun: Political Violence in Pakistan” on Wednesday, Nov. 2. The speaker, Niloufer Siddiqui, is an assistant professor of political science...

Professor Sasha Turner Gives Annual Douglas K. Reading Lecture

Professor Sasha Turner Gives Annual Douglas K. Reading Lecture

Samantha Wotring, Assistant News Editor November 4, 2022

The Colgate University History Department held its annual Douglas K. Reading Lecture on Monday, Oct. 24. This year’s guest lecturer was Professor Sasha Turner, an associate professor of History at Johns...

The Lampert Institute Hosts Lecture on North Korean Human Rights

Annabel Morris, Executive Editor November 4, 2022

Sandra Fahy, associate professor of anthropology and program director of global and international studies at Carleton University, joined members of the Colgate community via Zoom on Oct. 25 to discuss...

Students and Staff Engage in Intellectual Discussion About the Morality of Abortion

Students and Staff Engage in Intellectual Discussion About the Morality of Abortion

Annabel Morris, Executive Editor October 21, 2022

Students and members of the Colgate community gathered in Donovan’s Pub this past Monday to discuss the hotly contested issue of abortion. The discussion, entitled “Agree to Disagree: The Morality...

Professor Alexander Barder Delivers Peter C. Schaehrer Memorial Lecture

Professor Alexander Barder Delivers Peter C. Schaehrer Memorial Lecture

Emma McCartan, Contributing Writer October 7, 2022

On Sep. 29, Professor Alexander Barder, Associate Professor and Graduate Program Director for International Relations at Florida International University, gave the 13th Peter C. Schaehrer lecture series...

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...

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