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Share Your Story Posts Spark Discourse on Pervasive Campus Sexual Violence

Share Your Story Posts Spark Discourse on Pervasive Campus Sexual Violence

Kirby Goodman and Nicole Dienst April 16, 2021

Editorial content warning: this article contains discussion of sexual assault and sexual violence.  After the Instagram account @shareyourstorycolgate — an anonymous platform for Colgate students...

Hamilton Whole Foods Celebrates 30th Anniversary

Hamilton Whole Foods Celebrates 30th Anniversary

Maggie Aulman, Staff Writer April 16, 2021

Hamilton Whole Foods is celebrating its 30th anniversary this month, marking three decades since the establishment opened in April 1991. Co-owners Monica Costa and Heather Dockstader released a T-shirt...

Annual 13 Days of Green Begins with In-Person Events

Annual 13 Days of Green Begins with In-Person Events

Sara Fraser, Staff Writer April 16, 2021

Colgate University’s Office of Sustainability began their countdown to Earth Day this past weekend with the annual 13 Days of Green kickoff event. Held each spring, the 13 Days of Green brings together...

Letter to the Editor: Student Support for Contingent Faculty Unionization

April 16, 2021

Dear Colgate Administration, As students and alumni of Colgate University, we unequivocally support our contingent faculty in their effort to form a union as they face higher job insecurity than ever...

Antoni Porowski Virtual Event: Sharing More Than Recipes

Antoni Porowski Virtual Event: Sharing More Than Recipes

Ana Mashek, Staff Writer April 16, 2021

Antoni Porowski, a major cast member of Netflix’s hit show "Queer Eye," brought his cooking expertise and personality to Colgate on March 31. As part of the University’s Virtual Speaker Series, Porowski...

Nizhoni Saenz - Activist with a Message

Nizhoni Saenz – Activist with a Message

Megan Herbruck, Staff Writer April 16, 2021

Walking around town, support for the LGBTQ+ community is more widely shown now than ever, with pride flags hanging on the front of houses or in the windows of apartments. The bright colors are a warm and...

Autumn Lopez: Leading Lambda

Autumn Lopez: Leading Lambda

Brynn Kauffman, Contributing Writer April 16, 2021

A self-described "true-crime expert" and double English literature and African studies concentrator, senior Autumn Lopez is the co-president of Lambda, a queer student group on campus. The group holds...

COOP Dining Closes for Two Days After Staff Member Tests Positive for COVID-19

COOP Dining Closes for Two Days After Staff Member Tests Positive for COVID-19

Elli Ament, Contributing Writer April 16, 2021

Colgate University closed dining services at the COOP on April 3 and 4 after a dining services staff member tested positive for COVID-19. Students were notified through an Instagram post on April 3 informing...

Thought Into Action (TIA) Hosts Ninth Annual Entrepreneur Weekend

Thought Into Action (TIA) Hosts Ninth Annual Entrepreneur Weekend

Sarah Westergren, Staff Writer April 16, 2021

Over 90 students, staff, faculty and alumni attended the ninth annual Entrepreneur Weekend hosted by Thought Into Action (TIA), a program that promotes entrepreneurial activities among Colgate students...

Pandemic Profits, Political Polarization, and the Rebuilding of the American Labor Movement

Ben Yanowitz, Contributing Writer April 16, 2021

Over the past year, workers at an Amazon Warehouse in Bessemer, Alabama put together the most serious unionization campaign against the online monopoly in the company's history. Organizing with the Retail,...

Unpopular Opinion: The Trails at Colgate Are Underrated

Jesse Harris, Staff Writer April 16, 2021

As with every college campus, there will always be places and buildings that you go your four years as a student without ever entering, or maybe even knowing about. While I do feel that it is easier to...

Race Issues: Black Voter Suppression Following 2020 Elections

Nya Herron, Contributing Writer April 16, 2021

The new voter restriction laws popping up over the country since the 2020 elections are said to be in response to unproven claims of voter fraud, yet they seem to be more in response to voter turnout and...

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