• Alec Hufford '18 in Case-Geyer
    Religious faith is often described as a personal journey. Throughout life, people drift toward and away from religion, its importance waxing and waning with changing values, life events, and self-knowledge. For Alec Hufford ’17, the journey of faith has been more literal. A religion major and Jewish studies minor, he has traveled the globe, studying […]
    April 27, 2018
  • Gabriella Nikolic
    Striking images of Holocaust victims overlaid with paint and text stare back at viewers as they encounter the pieces in the exhibition One Day, One Woman, One Child — which will be in the Longyear Museum of Anthropology until this Friday. 
    February 25, 2014
  • Provost and Dean of the Faculty Douglas Hicks named Steven Kepnes the new director of Chapel House and director of the Fund for the Study of the Great Religions. “Steven has been serving in an interim capacity in these roles since July 1, and I am grateful to him for his willingness to take on […]
    October 23, 2013
  • To celebrate the eight-day Jewish holiday of Sukkot, one of three harvest festivals celebrated in Judaism, a sukkah is taking center stage on the Quad this week.  
    September 24, 2013
  • Colgate students taking The Land of Israel extended study course visited historic Beit Guvrin, January 3. Students participated in an archaeological dig, toured the site, and took part in a study session about the Bar Kochba revolt. The group is led by Steven Kepnes, Murray W. and Mildred K. Finard professor in Jewish studies and […]
    January 7, 2013
  • Students in extended study courses left for Israel and Egypt this week to further explore concepts developed in their classrooms during the fall semester at Colgate. Both courses, Living Egypt and The Land of Israel, focus on deep historical understanding of culture in the respective countries, and how the past has influenced where each nation […]
    December 26, 2012