At ALANA’s Spring Soiree, Garfield O. Smith ’85 recognized the contributions of previous Colgate students who have paved the way for current students — including those receiving this year’s multicultural awards.
Benjamin Todd Jealous, the youngest president and CEO of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, provided listeners with a roadmap for successful organizing during his MLK Week keynote address on Thursday night. Jealous’s talk at Memorial Chapel was titled “The Rise, Fall and Rise of Social Movements.” “This is normally a talk […]
Colgate student researchers met with community members recently to discuss a problem that affects not only the town and village of Hamilton, but the entire nation — the overpopulation of white-tailed deer. The students presented their findings from a semester-long research project that was an integral part of the Community-based Study of Environmental Issues course […]
John Trudell’s lecture at Golden Auditorium was anything but conventional. A veritable man of many trades, from activist for the American Indian movement to author to musician to poet, Trudell visited campus November 7 to speak on “Intelligence as Alternative Energy.”
After Colgate welcomed former U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton back to campus for the latest lecture of the Kerschner Family Series Global Leaders, the College Democrats and College Republicans hosted an open forum about her speech. Titled “Debating Hillary: Her Colgate Speech and Record,” the brown bag discussion on Tuesday featured a student-moderated […]
Beyond the football, fireworks, and bonfire of homecoming weekend, many alumni returning to campus also helped with networking events, including an improved and expanded Shaping Your Vision career workshop. Shaping Your Vision is as an opportunity for students to establish career connections with alumni visiting campus from all walks of life. The workshop was the […]