Today, combining his faith, intellect, and personal drive to revitalize his community, Delvin Moody is pursuing a master’s degree in political theology at Colgate while also representing his Cornhill hometown neighbors on Utica’s Common Council.
Following the August 14 transfer of records from the Colgate Rochester Crozer Divinity School (CRCDS) in Rochester, N.Y., the seminal document of Colgate’s history — a ledger the Baptist Education Society of the State of New York (BESSNY) education records — is now part of the University’s archives and available for research.
Madison County’s Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner (SANE) program, of which Colgate University is a partner, has expanded to provide services 24 hours a day, 365 days a year countywide, with options in where to obtain care.
Historian James Allen Smith, Class of 1970, has drawn upon Colgate’s rich archival records to tell the moving, vivid, and inspiring story of its founding, its development over time, and its bonds with the village of Hamilton, the region of central New York, and the nation.
Colgate University’s Board of Trustees has announced its new leadership team and welcomes eight new members, effective May 4, 2019. As previously announced, Michael J. Herling ’79, P’08’09’12, assumes the role of board chair; joining him are vice chairs Gus P. Coldebella ’91 and Jeanne Follansbee ’78, P’08.
In the panel discussion “Leading in the Arts,” a group of professionals representing a variety of fields discussed the meaning of leadership in the arts, how they consider their audience and the larger public, and their responsibilities as far as representation. Lynn Schwarzer, professor of art and art history and film and media studies, moderated.