The Colgate Vote Project (CVP) brought former congressmen Peter Smith (R-Vt.) and William Enyard (D-Ill.) together on Feb. 8 for a discussion that ranged from campaigning and partisanship to voter suppression and term limits.
To commemorate the legacy and life of civil rights leader Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., the Africana, Latin, Asian, and Native American (ALANA) Cultural Center organized a 10-day series of events in collaboration with offices and departments across campus.
One vital element of a Colgate education is access to award-winning Career Services support. More than 230 second-year students leveraged that access during the University’s annual SophoMORE Connections event, which was held virtually, January 5–19.
Join Associate Professor of Biology Engda Hagos, who grew up in the Tigray region and still has family there today, to learn more about this conflict and the humanitarian crisis being left in its wake. Associate Professor of Peace and Conflict Studies and Director of Women’s Studies Susan Thomson also joins the episode to help provide historical background and current geopolitical context to the ongoing situation in this all new episode of 13.