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COEDUCATION CELEBRATION: (From left to right) Alumnus Kate Anderson’09, Elizabeth Sherwood Krol ’92, and Jennifer Macias ’82 spoke on a panel Saturday morning titled “Women Empowering Women” as part of Colgate’s celebration of 50 years of coeducation.

Colgate Celebrates 50 Years of Coeducation

Annabel Morris, Assistant News Editor November 19, 2021

The University welcomed alumni to campus in celebration of Colgate's 50 years of coeducation. Among the weekend of events included a keynote dinner featuring esteemed alumna Patricia Hayling Price ’76,...

RUNNING THROUGH THE FINISH LINE: Junior Captain Sophia Manners finished first for Colgate and 15th overall at the Patriot League Championships.

Cross Country Reflects on Challenging and Unifying Season

Jack Schoen, Contributing Writer November 19, 2021

The Colgate Cross Country team is closing in on the end of their season with only a few meets left for both the men and women runners. The team faced several new challenges this season, starting with the...

MAYHEM ON COTTERELL: The Patriot League Volleyball Tournament runs through Cotterell Court, as the top-seeded Raiders look forward to battling for an NCAA Tournament berth. Their journey begins Saturday, Nov. 20 against Navy at home.

Volleyball Wins Patriot League Regular Season Title

Logan Sundberg, Staff Writer November 19, 2021

The Colgate Volleyball team beat Navy 3-1 on Nov. 6 to secure the Patriot League Regular Season Championship for the first time since 2012. Over the last four years, the team has gone to four straight...

BOOSTED: Student Health Services provides multiple COVID-19 booster clinics for the Moderna and Pfizer vaccines at Parker Commons.

University Administers COVID-19 Booster Vaccines

Ellie Doolittle, Staff Writer November 19, 2021

Dr. Merrill Miller, director of Student Health Services and adjunct professor of the health sciences, released a statement to the Colgate community on Monday, Nov. 8 announcing the administration of booster...

MAC ATTACK: Mac Jones has led the New England Patriots to a four-game winning streak and the team is now in playoff position.

The Sports Editors’ Week 11 NFL Picks

Sports Editors November 19, 2021

Notis: New England Patriots (-4) at Atlanta Falcons The New England Patriots are not supposed to be as good as they are. Led by rookie quarterback Mac Jones, the Patriots have shocked the NFL and are...

Hot Topic: Church and State – A Stronger Divide

Robert “Jerry” Pfeifer , Contributing Writer November 19, 2021

A big point of contention on religion and the pro-life vs. pro-choice debate is whether the Catholic Church should deny Communion to President Joseph R. Biden for being a proponent of pro-choice. Denying...

Race Issues: Race Matters in the Haitian Refugee Crisis

Nya Herron, Contributing Writer November 19, 2021

The Haitian refugee crisis, in which thousands of asylum seekers have arrived at the United States southern border since September, is a continuation of an ongoing crisis of Haitian refugees and stateless...

EXHIBITING ONEIDA: The Longyear Museum of Anthropology holds an exhibition that displays indigenous culture. The exhibition will be at Colgate until December 10.

Longyear Museum Hosts “Makers and Materials: A Celebration”

Charlotte Louks, Contributing Writer November 19, 2021

The Longyear Museum of Anthropology, located on the second floor of Alumni Hall, is dedicated to recognizing the collective responsibility of our colonial past and Colgate’s establishment on...

Hindu Students Association: Encouraging Community

Hindu Students Association: Encouraging Community

Ana Mashek, Staff Writer November 19, 2021

The Hindu Students Association (HSA) put on one of their biggest events of the semester on Nov. 13, when they invited the Colgate community to gather in celebration of Diwali, the festival of lights. The...

RALLY FOR CHANGE: Speakers at an affordable child care rally at the U.S. capitol in Washington, D.C.

Rising Childcare Costs Reflect a Need for Change

Elli Ament, Contributing Writer November 19, 2021

Childcare: one of the most significant financial burdens for new parents. A recent study conducted by Penny Hoarder, reported on by Fox Business, found that 44% of parents are paying $1,000 or more in...

Off-Campus Study Adjusts to Constant Changes as Spring Programs Approach

Off-Campus Study Adjusts to Constant Changes as Spring Programs Approach

Josie Rozzelle, Multimedia Manager November 19, 2021

As the end of the semester approaches, students currently studying abroad are winding down their experiences while students who will study abroad in the spring begin preparations. Applications for future...

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