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Summer Internship in Washington Prepares Future Leader

Emily Gravett

September 7, 2004

This summer, from May to August, Junior Patrick O'Brien interned at the United States Department of Labor in Washington, D.C. "The goal of the summer intern program is to equip future leaders with skills required to succeed in the 21st century workforce," said U.S. Labor Secretary Elaine L. Chao. "Thi...

Faculty Profile: Doug Johnson

Jill Ferris

September 7, 2004

"I'm a little odd and I really love what I do," Professor Doug Johnson said, leaning back in his chair with a huge grin on his face.An Associate Professor in the Psychology Department, Johnson has been a crucial part of the Colgate campus since 1996.Born and raised in Iowa City, Iowa, Johnson went to...

Orientation Experience Positive for First-Years

Sumner Ellsworth and Ayanna Williams

September 7, 2004

Orientation is one of the most important events in a first-year's college experience. Orientation has many different purposes- to introduce the class of '08 to Colgate traditions, to acclimate students settle to the rhythm of college life and to form a close bond among the incoming first-years. "[It'...

2003-2004 Year in Review


Jessie Markovetz

August 27, 2004

Year-in-ReviewBy Jessie Slenker and Frank BadalatoNews Editors"Eventful" would be an understatement when describing Colgate's 2003-2004 school year. Campus was abuzz with Greek Life drama, A-list speakers, blistering winter weather and an infestation of network viruses. Highlights of the year included...

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