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Colgate Introduces New Academic Minor in Global Public and Environmental Health

Colgate Introduces New Academic Minor in Global Public and Environmental Health

Lalana Sharma and Elizabeth Shaw July 6, 2021

Beginning this fall, Colgate will officially offer a new interdisciplinary minor in Global Public and Environmental Health (GPEH). In an email sent to the student body on May 10, Provost and Dean of the...

In a June 3 email from Vice President and Dean of the College Paul McLoughlin, the University announced the appointment of Ahmet Çelik as the first campus imam and Muslim student adviser.

Ahmet Çelik Appointed As First Campus Imam and Muslim Student Advisor

Sarah Westergren, Assistant News Editor June 23, 2021

Colgate has appointed Ahmet Çelik, a Ph.D. candidate and instructor in religion and Middle Eastern studies at Syracuse University, as the first campus imam and Muslim student advisor in University history. The...

2020-2021 winners of the 1819 Award Paul McAvoy (left) and Jack Gómez (right) addressed  their fellow seniors, faculty and guests at the Baccalaureate Service during Commencement weekend.

Colgate Announces Gómez and McAvoy as 1819 Award Winners

Wynter Schnell, Staff Writer May 22, 2021

President Brian Casey announced seniors Jake Gómez and Paul McAvoy as the 2020-2021 winners of the Colgate Alumni Corporation 1819 Award in an email sent to all students on April 30. The 1819 Award was...

Colgate Holds In-Person Commencement for Class of 2021

Colgate Holds In-Person Commencement for Class of 2021

Lalana Sharma, Executive Editor May 15, 2021

After months of preparation in the midst of changing COVID-19 pandemic policies and restrictions, the Commencement Ceremony for the class of 2021, the University’s 200th Commencement, was held in-person...

Colgate To Require COVID-19 Vaccine For Fall 2021

Colgate To Require COVID-19 Vaccine For Fall 2021

Nicole Dienst, Copy Editor May 9, 2021

Colgate announced a COVID-19 vaccination requirement for all students returning to campus for the fall 2021 semester, except for those with religious and medical exemptions, via email on May 5.  The...

Contingent Faculty Move Toward a Union

Contingent Faculty Move Toward a Union

Emily Rahhal, Editor-in-Chief April 30, 2021

After over a year of organizing, all non-tenure-track contingent faculty are nearly ready to file a request for a union election with the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB); the Contingent Faculty Union...

Local Catholic Organization Holds Event Honoring Sexual Abuse Survivors

Local Catholic Organization Holds Event Honoring Sexual Abuse Survivors

Greta Ferdinand, News Editor April 30, 2021

Editorial content warning: this article contains discussion of sexual assault and sexual violence.  The Madison County’s Sexual Abuse Response and Prevention Team (SARP) held their first sexual assault...

Split Britches’ Last Gasp: Aging, Memory and Identity

Split Britches’ Last Gasp: Aging, Memory and Identity

Emma Gutmann, Staff Writer April 30, 2021

Split Britches’ Last Gasp (WFH) is a quirky, poignant collection of mini skits created by Lois Weaver and Peggy Shaw all about aging, memory and identity through an exploration of themselves and their...

Senior Honor Society Holds Art Auction

Senior Honor Society Holds Art Auction

Elli Ament, Staff Writer April 30, 2021

The Senior Honor Society held its annual auction last week to support two local indigenous groups. The virtual, silent auction ran from April 19 through April 25, with all proceeds benefiting Akweku Osh^he...

ALANA Cultural Center Hosts First Annual Multicultural Fashion Show

ALANA Cultural Center Hosts First Annual Multicultural Fashion Show

Sarah Westergren, Staff Writer April 30, 2021

The University's Africana, Latin, Asian and Native American (ALANA) Cultural Center presented its first annual pre-recorded fashion show on Wednesday, April 21 as part of its Multicultural Week. The show...

Pete Paasche and His Ultimate Journey

Pete Paasche and His Ultimate Journey

Virginia Morley, Contributing Writer April 30, 2021

“I’d say it’s a lot more than just the game,” senior Pete Paasche said, reflecting on his time on the Colgate Ultimate Frisbee club team. A mathematical economics concentrator and sociology minor...

Women’s Soccer Season in Review

Women’s Soccer Season in Review

Logan Sundberg, Staff Writer April 30, 2021

The Colgate Women’s Soccer Team ended their record season with their first Patriot League Championship appearance since 2014. Finishing up the regular season with a 3-3-1 record and a win against Boston...

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