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The Board of Trustees: A Governing Body Affecting The Entire Campus

October 7, 2004

This weekend, Colgate's Board of Trustees will meet on campus, so I wanted to take this opportunity to tell you about this 35 person group whose responsibility is to "manage the business and undertakings...

Colgate University: Home to Numerous Students From Across the Globe

October 7, 2004

The demographics of Hamilton are unsurprisingly, fairly bland. Of the 3,509 inhabitants in the village that is home to Colgate University, 64.52% of the population is comprised of 15-24 year olds. Of that...

A Full-Breasted Idea About Women’s Bodies And Lives

October 7, 2004

According to dictionary.com, the informal definition of cleavage is: "The hollow between a woman's breasts, especially as revealed by a low neckline." Sometimes it's small, sometimes large. Sometimes it...

President’s Column

September 29, 2004

"There is more than a verbal tie between the words common, community, and communication." - John Dewey, Democracy and EducationColgate is a strong community, held together by common experiences and conversations....

Maroon-News Goes Worldwide On The Web

September 29, 2004

The oldest college weekly in America now has its own webpage.The Colgate Maroon-News offers online access to its publications - old and new - as well as a variety of other features. The site, located at...

Students Spend “A Day” With Professional Colgate Alumni

September 29, 2004

Starting October 6 Colgate students will begin the process of finding a Colgate alumni or parent to shadow over winter break. The A Day in the Life program put on by Career Services allows Colgate students...

Speaker Takes Positive Approach To Fraternities

September 29, 2004

Not many speakers open their lectures by asking students to "take off their cool caps." Not many speakers break out in song, complete with a guitar, and encourage students to "sing loudly." Then again,...

Metallica: The Monsters That Exist

September 29, 2004

The multiple meanings of the word "monster" make it an appropriate label for a legendary heavy metal band - one part larger-than-life success story, the other half a frightening display of (near) humanity....

AMS Student Studies Intifada’s Effects on Palestinian Christians

September 29, 2004

"The entire class began to call him 'professor' within about two classes, because he's so well spoken, knowledgeable, and kind of looks like a professor," Professor of Geology Karen Harpp said of junior...

Buen Provecho! The Wonderful Culinary Delights Of Spain

 
September 29, 2004

While traveling through Spain last spring break (and isn't it nice to be able to write that?) I felt faint twinges of disappointment because I couldn't immediately share my culinary epiphany with the rest...

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