Two-time Pulitzer Prize winner, New York Times critic at large, and co-host of the podcast Still Processing Wesley Morris will provide remarks at Colgate University’s 201st commencement, Sunday, May 22.
Students, faculty, and staff gathered in Memorial Chapel on Tuesday morning for a vigil of solidarity with the people of Ukraine. The gathering was one of several moments during which Colgate community members have joined together to show their support for victims of the invasion since it began on Feb. 24.
Colgate’s interdisciplinary experts in authoritarianism and the postsocialist regions of Russia, Eastern Europe, and Eurasia have collaborated to educate students and the greater public about the crisis in Ukraine and to raise awareness about organizations providing relief for refugees of the conflict.
Join Colgate’s Africana, Latin, Asian, and Native American (ALANA) Cultural Center Director Esther Rosbrook for a discussion about the University’s cultural programing and support services provided by ALANA.
Joe Hernon, associate vice president for campus safety, emergency management, and environmental health and safety, is working with other veterans on campus to create a new affinity group to bring together military veterans from across campus for comradery and support.
A Colgate-led biology symposium on canine research has led to the publication of a special issue of Integrative and Comparative Biology, focusing on the special qualities of dog research and how the species is a perfect launching point to teach many facets of the discipline.