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  • Good luck on your midterms was written in chalk in the quad, signed DORAK (the Do Random Acts of Kindness Club)
    “DoRAK exists to remind people that there is still good in the world, and it is actually quite easy to create,” Le said. “It does not cost anything to be kind, nor does it take a lot of effort. If you think about it, kindness is at the very foundation of human well-being. Sustainability is being kind to nature. Justice is being kind to others. Acceptance is being kind to yourself. Try to practice kindness in whichever way you can.”
    May 1, 2019
  • Bedroom in Arles, circa 1888, by Vincent van Gogh, recreated via computer by Hayley Jackson ’22
    Assistant Professor of Computer Science Elodie Fourquet teaches an unusual art course. First-year students in FSEM 131 don’t come with paintbrushes or chisels; they come with graph paper, pencils, and computers.
    February 22, 2019
  • Donovan's Pub sign with an autumn backdrop
    This year has seen some of Midnight Philosophy’s largest and liveliest attendance. People filter in and out over the course of the club’s hours-long debates, but the population is rarely smaller than a full-sized class.
    February 21, 2019
  • A half-buried funerary figurine from the tomb of the Ming Prince of Qin, outside today's Xi'an, the provincial seat of Shaanxi Province (Photo by David Robinson)
    What happens when empires fall apart? The rise of China’s Ming dynasty in the 14th century is a study in the answer to this particular question. According to David Robinson, Robert H.N. Ho Professor in Asian studies and professor of history, “You pursue one question and it leads to another — it has a kind of […]
    January 9, 2019
  • Ocean waters encroach on buildings in Golovin, Alaska
    On Tuesday, November 6, Nicole Kinsman ’06 returned to Colgate to talk about her work with the National Oceanographic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) in Alaska
    December 6, 2018