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The Colgate Maroon-News

Sharing Controversial Music Through WRCU’s ‘Music Your Grandparents Wouldn’t Listen To’

Sharing Controversial Music Through WRCU’s ‘Music Your Grandparents Wouldn’t Listen To’

Cora Baker, Staff Writer April 19, 2024

Before joining WRCU, Colgate University’s student-operated radio station, sophomore Sarah Salzman had no experience on radio shows. The WRCU team offered Salzman a unique opportunity to try something...

Colgate, Hamilton A Cappella Groups Welcome Spring With Annual A Cappella Fest, Akfest Concerts

Colgate, Hamilton A Cappella Groups Welcome Spring With Annual A Cappella Fest, Akfest Concerts

Joanne Kim and Peyton Taylor April 19, 2024

Captivating the audience with a perfect synchrony of sounds, the third annual spring A Cappella Fest took place on Friday, April 12, at the Palace Theater. The event united Colgate University student groups...

World No. 1 Golfer Scottie Scheffler Continues Dominant Run at 2024 Masters Tournament

World No. 1 Golfer Scottie Scheffler Continues Dominant Run at 2024 Masters Tournament

Charlie Foley, Contributing Writer April 19, 2024

“Hello friends, and welcome to a tradition unlike any other.” These are the famous words of Jim Nantz that start the best weekend of golf every second weekend in April. This year, from April 11...

Students Celebrate Eid With First-Ever Carnival Hosted by Muslim Student Association

Students Celebrate Eid With First-Ever Carnival Hosted by Muslim Student Association

Joshua Repp, Assistant Arts & Features Editor April 19, 2024

The Colgate University Muslim Student Association (MSA) brought students together with games and food at the Eid Carnival on Thursday, April 11. The celebration marked the end of Ramadan and celebrated...

Women’s March Madness Breaks Viewership Records

Women’s March Madness Breaks Viewership Records

Chris Gooding, Staff Writer April 19, 2024

This year, perhaps more than ever before, women’s March Madness eclipsed the men’s in terms of entertainment level, star power, controversy and TV viewership. From players like the University of Iowa’s...

Michael O’Hanlon Hosts Talk on History of United States Military Defense

Emmett Dowd, Staff Writer April 19, 2024

The Colgate University Lampert Institute for Civic and Global Affairs’ Non-Resident Fellow for 2023-2024, Michael O’Hanlon, gave a talk on the history of United States defense strategies on Tuesday,...

Men’s Rowing Drops in Oars for Spring Sprint Season

Men’s Rowing Drops in Oars for Spring Sprint Season

Chloe Liversidge, Staff Writer April 19, 2024

As warm spring days melt the frost on Lake Morraine, the Colgate University men’s rowing team hits the water in full stride, gearing up for a spring racing schedule packed with fierce competition. The...

A Presidential Age Limit Is Not the Solution

Peyton Taylor, Contributing Writer April 19, 2024

This election year, we must make a choice between 77-year-old Donald Trump and 81-year-old Joe Biden. It is safe to say that neither of these candidates are in their prime, and many Americans have unfavorable...

NHL Playoff Preview: Who Will Hoist the Stanley Cup?

NHL Playoff Preview: Who Will Hoist the Stanley Cup?

Andrew Bialek, Contributing Writer April 19, 2024

In June 2023, Mark Stone, captain of the Las Vegas Golden Knights, triumphantly lifted the Stanley Cup. In just their sixth season, the Golden Knights were champions of the NHL. Will they be able to retain...

Sonia Erbe & Kiran George: Creating a Space for R&B

Sonia Erbe & Kiran George: Creating a Space for R&B

Lindsay Scheffler, Contributing Writer April 19, 2024

On Sunday nights, from 10-11 p.m., first-years Sonia Erbe and Kiran George host their WRCU radio show, “R(EverythingIn)B(etween).” The show features a mix of their current favorite rhythm and blues...

Better Than Good, It’s Great: ‘The Good John Proctor’ Has a Stellar Premiere at Brehmer Theater

Better Than Good, It’s Great: ‘The Good John Proctor’ Has a Stellar Premiere at Brehmer Theater

Ilia Arcery, Staff Writer April 19, 2024

A ten-foot-tall haystack entered the Brehmer Theater for the Colgate University production of “The Good John Proctor,” written by Talene Monahon. The production’s premiere took place on Friday, April...

A Tranquil Afternoon With Bloomsday’s Iris James Garrison at WRCU

A Tranquil Afternoon With Bloomsday’s Iris James Garrison at WRCU

Josie Burton, Contributing Writer April 19, 2024

Colgate University’s student-run radio station WRCU featured indie artist Iris James Garrison, lead singer and songwriter in the band Bloomsday, for its second in-studio concert of the year on Friday,...

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