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The Colgate Maroon-News

The Oldest College Weekly in America. Founded 1868.

The Colgate Maroon-News

The Oldest College Weekly in America. Founded 1868.

The Colgate Maroon-News

Raiders Dominate Black Knights in League Play

Softball Sweeps Army, Moves to Third in Patriot League

Liv Fitzgerald, Maroon-News Staff April 11, 2019

Colgate Women’s Softball was on a roll this past weekend, April 6 and 7. The team had a three-game sweep against Army, marking its first season sweep against the Black Knights since 2015. Colgate Softball...

Raiders Squander Late Lead in Loss to Midshipmen

Man Overboard: Men’s Lax Loses to Navy

Lexi Luthringer, Maroon-News Staff April 11, 2019

On Saturday, April 6, the Colgate Raiders faced the Navy Midshipmen on their home turf in Hamilton. Entering the game with a 3-6 record, 1-3 in conference, they hoped to improve their record with a win...

Raiders Dominate Hawks in Second Half to Take Win

Women’s Lacrosse Topples Lehigh

Lexi Luthringer, Maroon-News Staff April 11, 2019

The Women’s Lacrosse team advanced to 3-2 in the Patriot League after an impressive second-half run in a win over the Lehigh Mountain Hawks on Saturday, April 6. While Lehigh put up a tough battle in...

Raiders Lose to Binghamton but Bounce Back Against Rochester

Women’s Tennis Ends Season, Men Have Bye Week

Ignacio Villar, Maroon-News Staff April 11, 2019

With the last weekend of regular season play before the Patriot League Tournament on April 25 through April 28, the Colgate Women’s Tennis team split their final weekend. The team suffered a close loss...

Previewing the Champions League Quarter Final Matchups

Benjamin Polikoff, Maroon-News Staff April 11, 2019

As we move deeper into the spring, we see the emergence of knockout soccer with the UEFA Champions League. Currently, the UEFA Champions League is in the quarter finals. There are four match-ups...

Seahawks’ Russell Wilson Sets Deadline for Contract Talks

Zachary Schiller, Assistant National Sports Editor April 11, 2019

Russell Wilson has had enough. After ongoing contract discussions with the Seattle Seahawks have yielded little to no process, Wilson is putting his foot down. The quarterback has announced a...

Carl Braun ’49 Elected into Basketball Hall of Fame

Eric Fishbin, National Sports Editor April 11, 2019

The Direct Elect Members Veterans Committee elected guard Carl Braun (’49) into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame posthumously on April 6. The 2019 Hall of Fame Enshrinement Ceremony...

Predicting NBA Regular Season Award Winners

Matthew Frankle, Maroon-News Staff April 11, 2019

With the NBA regular season wrapping up and the playoffs beginning this Saturday, players across the league are making their final cases for awards. Here are my predictions for this season’s...

Picker Art Gallery Displays Works of Transatlantic Avant-Garde Artists

Picker Art Gallery Displays Works of Transatlantic Avant-Garde Artists

Sarah Speegle, Maroon-News Staff April 11, 2019

The current Transatlantic Avant-Gardes exhibition in the Picker Art Gallery displays a diverse collection that speaks to under-explored pieces of artwork and previously underrepresented student voices.The...

Colgate hosted Luis Ortiz, Art Historian and expert on the work of Lee Brown Coye, an illustrator with a bizarre vintage style.

Picker Art Gallery Hosts Luis Ortiz, Expert on Lee Brown Coye

Andrew Kish, Maroon-News Staff April 11, 2019

The Picker Art Gallery invited Luis Ortiz to present the work and biography of illustrator Lee Brown Coye on Thursday, April 4. Coye is best known for his balance of a bizarre macabre style with commercial...

“Far Away:” Strikingly Short and Poignant

Sasha Balasanov, Maroon-News Staff April 11, 2019

On Sunday, April 7, the Colgate Department of Theater presented the final showing of the 2000 Caryl Churchill play, “Far Away,” directed by Simona Giurgea. The cast was made up entirely of Colgate...

Being Right: On Changing Norms in the U.S. Senate

Marc Moreira, Maroon-News Staff April 11, 2019

On April 3, the Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) used a procedural vote to change the 60-vote threshold needed to overcome debate time. Additionally, it lowered the threshold needed to pass...

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