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Cruiser Riders Report Schedule Issues Amid Changing Traffic Patterns

Cruiser Riders Report Schedule Issues Amid Changing Traffic Patterns

Conor Burns , Contributing Writer November 11, 2022

New campus construction has recently interrupted Colgate’s cruiser transportation system, leaving students unsure of pick-up times. Colgate University officially broke ground on the construction of the...

Beyond the Beat: The Art of Music

Beyond the Beat: The Art of Music

Eddy Zhang, Commentary Editor September 9, 2022

Nestled in the second floor of Alumni Hall is a medley of historic and contemporary works, musical instruments and a blend of student voices, all showcasing the significance of music across different cultures...

Personal Story: What Sports Mean to Me

Personal Story: What Sports Mean to Me

Hunter Firment, Sports Editor May 6, 2022

My earliest memories are related to sports. Whenever my friends and I are engaged in some discourse about one of our favorite players or teams, which happens often, I will bring up a memory from 2006 or...

College Democrats Bring Congressman, Alumnus Antonio Delgado to Campus

College Democrats Bring Congressman, Alumnus Antonio Delgado to Campus

Annabel Morris, News Editor April 22, 2022

The Colgate College Democrats hosted a Town Hall and Q&A with New York Congressman Antonio Delgado, where students and community members asked questions of the Congressman and alumnus of Colgate's...

Webster Lehmann: Webster and the Wilderness

Webster Lehmann: Webster and the Wilderness

Hope Swetow, Staff Writer April 22, 2022

Wilderness Adventure trips are often segues into participating in more outdoor activities at Colgate. Webster Lehmann is a senior from Saint Paul, Minn. who concentrates in geology. Before arriving on...

Ellie Miller: Providing a Home for Others

Ellie Miller: Providing a Home for Others

Ana Mashek, Baker's Dozen Assistant Editor April 22, 2022

While senior Ellie Miller can’t envision her time at Colgate without the Outdoor Education (OE) community now, she didn’t necessarily come to college an outdoors aficionado. Her early appreciation...

Africana and Latin American Studies Program Hosts Caribbean Week

Payton Gore, Staff Writer April 15, 2022

Bookending the week of events with a Caribbean food cooking event at the ALANA Cultural Center and the cuisine's feature at Frank dining hall, the annual Africana and Latin American Studies Caribbean...

Story Brief: 13 Alumnae Donate $1 Million To Colgate In Universitys 13 Women Initiative

Story Brief: 13 Alumnae Donate $1 Million To Colgate In University’s “13 Women Initiative”

Nicole Dienst, Executive Editor April 1, 2022

In early March, Colgate announced that 13 alumnae have each donated $1 million gifts to the university in the name of supporting the third-century plan and as a means to "inspire" other female alumni to...

Students and Faculty Discuss the Ukraine Conflict

Students and Faculty Discuss the Ukraine Conflict

Caroline Michaud, Contributing Writer March 11, 2022

The Russian and Eurasian studies program, in conjunction with the peace and conflict studies and political science programs, hosted a panel titled “Ukraine, Russia and the World: Everything You Wanted...

Hoops, They Did It Again: Men’s Basketball Dominates Patriot League Regular Season

Sloan Martin, Staff Writer March 11, 2022

Men's Basketball Coach Matt Langel has it rolling in Hamilton yet again for the 2021-2022 season. Marking a third time in the last four years, Colgate men’s basketball finishes as the Patriot League...

Professor Jill Harsin: Reflections on Service to Colgate

Professor Jill Harsin: Reflections on Service to Colgate

Niall Simonian, Staff Writer March 11, 2022

Since arriving at Colgate in 1982, Jill Harsin, the Thomas A. Bartlett chair and professor of history & director of the division of social sciences, has proven herself an invaluable member to both...

13 Beats week of 3/6

13 Beats week of 3/6

Tess Dunkel, Staff Writer March 11, 2022

1. “Look Out!,” Peach Pit (2021) The Vancouver group released a new album, "From 2 to 3," on Friday, March 4, and “Look Out!” was released as one of the album’s singles. This track continues...

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