On '13', Colgate's new podcast, Assistant Professor of Political Science Danielle Lupton discusses American diplomatic history, widows and military veterans in Congress, and how some board games can help illustrate the complexities of international relations.
It is a three-day journey from Hamilton, N.Y., to Teriberka, Russia, on the Barents Sea. Jessica Graybill, associate professor of geography and Russian and Eurasian studies, made the trek last July with student interns Yang Zhang ’21 and Isobel Hooker ’21, checking in for a week’s stay at one of the village’s first Airbnbs.
Colgate University announced today that the estate of John T.C. (Cuy) Low ’39 has made an additional gift of $5.2 million to the Jeannie and Cuy ’39 Low Endowed Scholarship Fund, raising its total value to more than $7 million and expanding its impact on current undergraduates.
This summer, the Glimmerglass Festival in Cooperstown, N.Y. staged the world premiere of Blue, an opera exploring police brutality in black communities. A pre-show discussion with Colgate professors on topics such as institutionalized racism preceded each of the production’s seven performances, and several of the shows included post-show talkbacks as well.