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Lifelong Connections

Four years on the hill. A lifetime of connections. Show your passion for alma mater and engage with your Colgate family.
Pass the Torch
This spring, we are asking alumni to Pass the Torch and show support for Colgate. LEARN MORE
Olympic Dreams
Josie Stockill's ’16 dream of playing in the Rio de Janeiro Summer Olympics is alive. Stockill was named to the New Zealand National Team. READ MORE
Alumni of Color Anniversary
Happy 30th Anniversary AOC! Photo courtesy of Jackie Colon Hernandez ’96.
Cancer Will Lose
Gregg Fine ’94, a medical director at Genetech (a Roche company), worked on an immunotherapy drug for bladder cancer over the last four years. READ MORE
Which Side Will You Choose?
Julian Farrior's ’93 Backflip launches Transformers: Earth Wars. WATCH TRAILER
La Borinqueña
Edgardo Miranda-Rodriguez ’98 has collaborated with the National Puerto Rican Day Parade to create a new Puerto Rican superhero that will debut in a comic-book this fall. READ MORE
Humanitarian Award Winner
Brendan Tuohey ’96, recipient of this year's Humanitarian award, is the Executive Director of PeacePlayers International, an organization dedicated to bridging divided communities through basketball. READ MORE
SWING, a novel by Philip Beard ’85, has just been announced as the 2016 IPPY Gold Medal Winner for Best Contemporary Fiction. LEARN MORE
NBA Finals By The Numbers
Kurt Badenhausen ’94, Forbes staff writer, breaks down the NBA Finals between the Warriors and the Cavaliers. READ MORE
Tony Robbins: I Am Not Your Guru
How did skeptical documentarian Joe Berlinger ’83 wind up making a concert-style film about a Tony Robbins seminar? READ MORE
Riskier Than it Looks
Lisa Bernhard ’87, Reuters correspondant, reports on the upcoming Cirque du Soleil Broadway debut. WATCH NOW

Reunion 2016

More than 2,000 Colgate faithful returned to campus for Reunion 2016, June 2–5. The event also marked a series of important anniversaries: the 20th of Delta Delta Delta sorority, the 30th of the Alumni of Color organization, and the 50th of the Class of 1966.

“In my decades on campus, I have rarely seen the level of engagement and support that we enjoy today,” said Murray Decock ’80, senior vice president for external relations, advancement and initiatives. “There is an optimism about Colgate’s future that is driven by — and reflected in — the generosity and involvement of our alumni and parent community.”

The Colgate Fund

MAKE A GIFTThe Colgate Fund provides resources for financial aid, academics, student research, and all areas of campus life that cumulatively define the Colgate experience. A gift to the Colgate Fund is a gift in support of everything at Colgate. Please give to the Colgate Fund, and make the journey possible.

Your Classmates

See what your classmates are doing on our alumni spotlights page and in The Colgate Scene. If you know a great story, we want to hear from you!