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University Prepares for Spring Return with Baseline Testing

University Prepares for Spring Return with Baseline Testing
January 22, 2021

Amid rising concerns about coronavirus infection rates across the country, the University is preparing to bring students back to campus for the Spring semester with added personnel and baseline testing....

University Approved to Administer Vaccines as a Closed Point of Dispensing as Community Members Begin to Receive Vaccines

Lori Garris becomes one of the first Madison county residents to be vaccinated, recently receiving the Moderna vaccine.
January 20, 2021

The University will aid the state’s COVID-19 vaccine rollout by administering vaccines as a closed Point of Dispensing (POD), as Community Memorial Hospital (CMH) continues to administer vaccinations...

Administration Reaffirms Plans for Spring Return Amid Virus Spikes, Break Days and Car Policy Garner Student Criticism

Administration Reaffirms Plans for Spring Return Amid Virus Spikes, Break Days and Car Policy Garner Student Criticism
December 18, 2020

Vice President and Dean of the College Paul McLoughlin announced updates for the spring 2021 semester on Wednesday, reaffirming the University’s plans to bring the student body back to campus after a...

A Tribute to Paul Thomas Scull Jr.

A Tribute to Paul Thomas Scull Jr.
December 18, 2020

Paul Thomas “Tom” Scull Jr. passed away at the age of eighty this past Nov. 13, fittingly on Colgate Day for one of the most passionate Raiders fans. Born and raised in Glens Falls, New York, Tom was...

Medusa Movement Leads Survivor Solidarity Protest, Administration Responds To Demands

December 17, 2020

The Medusa Movement, a student-led activist organization, led a solidarity protest on Colgate Day to stand with survivors of sexual violence whom students say the University has failed to support. Instead...

The Carson Wentz Dilemma Really…Hurts

The Carson Wentz Dilemma Really...Hurts
December 17, 2020

Once upon a time in Philadelphia, Carson Wentz led the Eagles to a record of 11-2 while putting up MVP-caliber numbers. The birds went on to defeat Tom Brady and Bill Belichick in Super Bowl 52. Philadelphia...

Women’s Ice Hockey Ranked Fifth in the Nation

Women’s Ice Hockey Ranked Fifth in the Nation
December 17, 2020

With a record of 4-1-1, the Colgate Women’s Ice Hockey Team is off to a strong start this season, ranking fifth in the nation in the United States College Hockey Online’s (USCHO) latest poll. The team...

Annual MLK Celebration Announced

Annual MLK Celebration Announced
December 16, 2020

Two weeks of virtual events will take place during the Spring 2021 semester to celebrate the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Programming from Jan. 25 to Feb. 5, consisting of student-led discussions,...

Madison County Sees Infection Rates Rise in Health Analytics Dashboard Update

Madison County Sees Infection Rates Rise in Health Analytics Dashboard Update
December 16, 2020

Colgate's Health Analytics Dashboard shows a high alert and an upwards trend in Madison County's COVID-19 infection rates since the end of November along with a moderate, increasing alert for Community...

Colgate Launches Graduate School Access Fund

Colgate Launches Graduate School Access Fund
December 10, 2020

Over the course of Fall 2020 semester, the University worked to develop a scholarship program aimed at supporting students of color and/or low-income students with demonstrated need who seek admission...

Colgate Dance Groups Perform in Virtual Dancefest

Colgate Dance Groups Perform in Virtual Dancefest
December 9, 2020

For the first time in the 22 year history of Dancefest, this semester’s performance was conducted entirely virtually on Saturday, Dec. 5 due to social distancing regulations and capacity limits for in-person...

“Senior Honor Society” Decides on Interim Name

December 9, 2020

After announcing in late August that a unanimous decision had been made to change the Konosioni Honor Society’s long-held name, the Society came to the decision to change their name to the “Senior...

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