On the latest episode of 13, join Colgate’s new vice president and director of athletics, Yariv Amir ’01, for an in-depth discussion that covers topics such as his time as a student-athlete at Colgate and the future of the program.
On the latest episode of 13, Howard Fineman ’70 recounts his early days at Colgate as editor of the Maroon-News. Hear about his post-collegiate journey from daily newspaper reporter in Kentucky to chief political correspondent at Newsweek, before eventually moving on to become global editorial director at the Huffington Post, and more recently as a regular contributor for several national news outlets.
On the latest episode of 13, Carmine Di Sibio ’85,P’18,’21 discusses his journey from his days as a Colgate student to becoming CEO of one of the world’s leading consulting firms. Learn how the liberal arts serve Di Sibio as he navigates a complex and constantly evolving organization.
On the latest episode of 13, hear author, podcaster, wellness aficionado, and decorated Navy SEAL Mark Divine ’85 talk about his path from Colgate economics major to a 20-year veteran of the U.S. Navy’s special operations force.
Join Professor of Mathematics and LGBTQ Studies Ken Valente and Head of Special Collections and University Archives Professor Sarah Keen as they discuss a multi-year digital history project focused on the legacy of LGBTQ students and activism at Colgate.
The University’s largest-ever single donor shares why he gives to Colgate, as well as what inspires him about The Third-Century Plan and a related series of initiatives designed to bolster arts, creativity, and innovation, in this episode of 13.