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University Overhauls Cruiser System

University Overhauls Cruiser System

Wynter Schnell, Staff Writer September 10, 2021

This semester, Colgate University implemented several updates to the Cruiser system, aiming to adequately respond to feedback from the student body, as well as design long-term strategies for safe and...

Colgate Returns To In-Person Pre-Orientation Programs for Class of 2025

Bri Liddell, Contributing Writer August 25, 2021

Over 370 first-year students arrived on Colgate’s campus to partake in a variety of pre-orientation programs before the beginning of the Fall 2021 semester. Programs, which ran from Tuesday, August 17...

Colgate’s Coralie Larose Nominated for NCAA Woman of the Year Award

Colgate’s Coralie Larose Nominated for NCAA Woman of the Year Award

Logan Sundberg, Staff Writer August 12, 2021

The NCAA Woman of the Year program was established in 1991 and honors the achievements of graduating female college athletes both on and off the field. This year, the Colgate Women’s Hockey Team had...

University Pledges Financial Accessibility in Colgate Commitment

University Pledges Financial Accessibility in Colgate Commitment

Erin Knox, News Editor July 13, 2021

University administration recently announced the launch of a new financial aid initiative, dubbed the Colgate Commitment: An Initiative in Access and Affordability, that includes an expansion of Colgate's...

Dr. Manigault Bryant on Combining Mediums to Tell the Story of “death. everything. nothing.”

Dr. Manigault Bryant on Combining Mediums to Tell the Story of “death. everything. nothing.”

Shannon Ayers, Staff Writer April 30, 2021

Dr. Manigault Bryant presented a lecture to the Colgate community about her documentary entitled “death. everything. nothing” on April 21. This film covered the last few days of Bryant’s mother’s...

New “Rainbow Cupboard” Store Opens in Downtown Hamilton

New “Rainbow Cupboard” Store Opens in Downtown Hamilton

Riley Rice , Contributing Writer April 30, 2021

A new store called Rainbow Cupboard opened in downtown Hamilton on April 21. Located between Oliveri’s Pizzeria and Retrospect, the shop specializes in air plants, as well as other natural products such...

University Prepares To Announce Vaccine Requirement For Return To Campus, Johnson & Johnson and Pfizer Vaccines To Be Made Available

University Prepares To Announce Vaccine Requirement For Return To Campus, Johnson & Johnson and Pfizer Vaccines To Be Made Available

Elizabeth Shaw, Assistant Baker's Dozen Editor April 30, 2021

In the coming days, Colgate is set to announce whether the COVID-19 vaccine will be required in the Fall. Mandating the vaccines would add Colgate to a growing list of institutions of higher education...

Quadio and BMI Partner for Spring Songwriting Club

Rose Corcoran, Staff Writer April 27, 2021

Starting on April 19, Quadio and BMI launched their joint “Spring Songwriting Club” program, a free five-week online educational initiative for college-age songwriters to build connections and skills....

Forgiving Student Debt Will Further Exacerbate Inequality

Edward Zhang, Contributing Writer April 9, 2021

President Biden’s spending splurge continues as he rang in April by asking his Secretary of Education, Miguel Cardona, to review his authority to sidestep Congress in implementing mass student debt forgiveness....

Biden Forges New Foreign Policy for the New Century

Momin Razzaque, Contributing Writer April 2, 2021

President Biden took great strides this month in unveiling his administration’s foreign policy program, turning a new leaf after his predecessor shattered alliances with several key U.S. partners. The...

A Movie Review for You: Chloé Zhaos Nomadland

A Movie Review for You: Chloé Zhao’s “Nomadland”

Katie Gold, Contributing Writer March 5, 2021

Chloé Zhao’s Nomadland (2021) is making headlines across the nation after its release last week on Feb. 19. Nomadland is centered around a character named Fern, played by Frances McDormand. Fern is...

MDCC Presents: Can We Talk About Linguistic Justice?

Addie Christianson, Contributing Writer March 5, 2021

Colgate students enjoyed a productive talk and discussion about linguistic justice led by Professor of Writing and Rhetoric Jenn Lutman and organized by Professor of Africana and Latin American Studies...

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