Brian Ness, video journalism coordinator for the university’s Office of Communications, helps tell the Colgate story by capturing moments — both big and small — from across campus and beyond. His work appears on the university’s YouTube channel and throughout colgate.edu. He shares his five favorite videos from the past year below:
Professor DeWitt Godfrey created a 13-ton sculpture that proved to be a striking confluence of art, engineering, and mathematics.
Students took part in a war-game simulation for a course in the Peace and Conflict Studies Program.
On the eve of April Fool’s Day, Colgate University let it “slip” that it would open a graduate school of dentistry. The gag generated a lot of talk from alumni, friends, and many others.
A pretty moment on a pretty campus. See more of the Colgate in 13 Seconds series.
Commencement is a huge part of every student’s academic life.