• Duncan Niederauer ’81 with his hand extended while addressing students
    A Chenango Valley sunset shone through classroom windows as students opened their notebooks and laptops, eagerly awaiting a conversation with Chase Carey ’76, executive vice chairman of 21st Century Fox, kicking off Leadership Through Change, Innovation, and Disruption. Part of the Robert A. Fox ’59 Management and Leadership Skills Program, this new career development course brought […]
    June 3, 2016
  • Congratulations to Maggie Dunne ’13 and Ryan Smith ’13, each of whom has made an appearance on one of Forbes magazine’s 30 Under 30 lists. Dunne, who double majored in Native American studies and religion, founded Lakota Children’s Enrichment, Inc., (LCE) while still in high school. As a Colgate sophomore, she joined the university’s Thought Into Action […]
    January 5, 2016
  • Typically a student accompanies a professor on a research expedition, not the other way around. But nothing about Maggie Dunne ’13 is typical. Dunne, who is founder of Lakota Children’s Enrichment, Inc. (LCE), a non-profit foundation dedicated to promoting awareness and assistance to families on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, invited Professor. Peter Balakian, a […]
    March 26, 2013
  • A nonprofit organization created by Maggie Dunne ‘13 has been named one of the top five “literacy champions” of 2012 by Scholastic, a welcome recognition of her efforts to help residents of the Pine Ridge Reservation in South Dakota. Dunne’s nonprofit — recently renamed Lakota Children’s Enrichment (LCE) — was cited for its efforts in […]
    December 11, 2012
  • Maggie Dunne poses a question to Richard Branson
    For Colgate student Maggie Dunne ’13, one good deed yields another — and another — and another. As winner of the 2012 grand prize in Glamour magazine’s Top 10 College Women Competition, she received $20,000 for the work she has accomplished through her nonprofit Lakota Pine Ridge Children’s Enrichment Project. At the ceremony, she announced […]
    June 8, 2012
  • maggie dunne
    Maggie Dunne ’13, already recognized on campus for her entrepreneurial and philanthropic successes, has now been recognized on a national scale after being named one of Glamour‘s  Top 10 College Women for 2012 and receiving the $20,000 grand prize presented by the magazine. The magazine highlights 10 dynamic young women who show campus leadership, scholastic […]
    April 4, 2012