• Colgate University outdoor class in the Quad
    We asked students to tell us about a valuable lesson from the spring semester: “In my electronics class, my partner and I made our own version of Guitar Hero. I went into the class knowing nothing about electronics to creating and programming my own video game.” — Jacob Pilawa ’20, physics and astronomy and French […]
    April 23, 2018
  • Editor’s note: In this series, Colgate students share stories about their summer experiences in offices, labs, and open spaces across the world. This summer, I’ve had the pleasure of working with the Chenango United Way (CUW) through a fellowship with Colgate’s Upstate Institute Summer Field School. The CUW funds programs that address issues regarding health, […]
    August 3, 2015
  • Colgate students are sharing their experiences conducting research with faculty members on campus and in the field. This post is by Ben Mandell ’14 who, after graduating with a theater major and Spanish minor, discovered a unique type of theater that combined both of his academic pursuits. LONEtheater was a theatrical experience different than any […]
    September 1, 2014
  • Competitive debate at Colgate is not limited to English. Nine members of the Spanish debate team traveled to Mexico City this summer to compete in the World Universities Debating Championships, an all-Spanish-language tournament.
    August 27, 2014
  • Jessica Capwell ’16 in French Morning's New York office.
    Colgate students are participating in internships in a variety of fields and locations this summer. This post is by Jessica Capwell ’16, a French major from Charlotte, N.C., who is interning with French Morning in New York City. This summer, I’m interning as a journalist at a digital magazine called French Morning. The magazine serves […]
    July 30, 2014
  • The El Camino de Santiago walkers
    Colgate faculty members will join together to walk the Camino de Santiago, the route to the shrine of the apostle St. James who is said to be buried in the Cathedral of Santiago de Compostela in Spain. The interdisciplinary experience is made possible through the Kallgren Fund, an endowed fund created to support faculty members […]
    May 19, 2014
  • The W.M. Keck Humanities Resource Center, located in Lawrence Hall, has been transformed from a quiet computer lab to a high-tech space that focuses on foreign language learning. The center recently was renovated to allow for more interaction between students and faculty members and language interns. A grand opening was held October 24. Complete with […]
    November 18, 2013