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  • Artist rendering of Bernstein Hall
    Colgate University’s Center for Arts, Creativity, and Innovation, which is nearing completion and expected to open in the fall, will be named Bernstein Hall in honor of the lead donor’s genealogical roots.
    April 2, 2024
  • A Madison County EMS ambulance with a Colgate C
    Madison County Director of Emergency Management Dan Degear says that — while there is still some paperwork and legal aspects to work through — the Nov. 11, 2023, transition of primary ambulance service for the greater Hamilton area from the Southern-Madison Ambulance Corps (SOMAC) to Madison County EMS has been seamless.
    January 22, 2024
  • A research site in Antartica
    A team of drillers, engineers, and researchers will depart from Christchurch, New Zealand, for Antarctica on Nov. 16, traveling to the southeast margin of the Ross Ice Shelf, where they will drill 650 ft. into the seafloor in an effort to better understand how fast the West Antarctic Ice Sheet (WAIS) is melting. Colgate Geology Professor Amy Leventer will study these drill cores once they are collected. 
    November 8, 2023
  • Colgate Memorial Chapel and autumn leaves
    Colgate University is seeking at least $100 million in new endowment gifts to support continued growth of the Colgate Commitment, the University’s expansive approach to making a Colgate education affordable and accessible to all admitted students.
    October 3, 2023
  • Deo Ac Veritati carved in stone
    George Dorland Langdon Jr. Professor of History Graham Hodges is the recipient of a new National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) teaching grant to share his abolition and Underground Railroad historical expertise with middle school and high school teachers from across the country.
    September 15, 2023