• portraits of Wanda Warren Berry (left) and Marilyn Thie (right)
    During a two-day symposium honoring professors emeritae Wanda Warren Berry and Marilyn Thie, alumnae displayed class notebooks from the 1980s and shed tears while recounting the impact of these teachers’ mentorship on their lives. Titled “Women and Religion, Philosophy and Feminism,” the event was held April 11­­–12. While at Colgate, the professors helped develop a […]
    May 10, 2018
  • 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
  • Third Culture Kids book, laptop, and paper with highlighter
    Colgate students have fanned out across the globe to apply their liberal arts know-how in a variety of real-world settings. They are writing back to campus to keep our community posted on their progress. This article was written by Mariam Nael ’18, a women’s studies major from Singapore, completing a student-initiated research fellowship with the university studies division.  My […]
    July 26, 2016
  • Monument Quilt at Colgate, supporting survivors of sexual assault
    The room was quiet as community members walked around viewing the Monument Quilt laid on the Hall of Presidents floor on March 29. The quilt, which has been traveling the country collecting squares for the last three years, was brought to campus and displayed for the afternoon.
    April 15, 2016
  • Colgate's women in law panel
    Four women working in law came to Colgate in March to share their stories as participants in roundtable and panel discussions. Christine Amalfe, Avery Blank ’08, Natalia Delgado ’03, and the Honorable Karen Peters talked about how they got into law as well as the triumphs and challenges of their careers. Here are some highlights.
    April 15, 2016
  • Colgate’s annual QueerFest kicks off tonight, with a keynote speech by Mia McKenzie, a writer, blogger, speaker, and performer whose work touches on intersections of race, class, gender, and sexuality. McKenzie’s blog, Black Girl Dangerous, has received national and international recognition. She takes the stage tonight at 7:00 p.m. in Love Auditorium.
    April 6, 2015
  • Last Monday evening, October 27, approximately 300 students filled Memorial Chapel for a two-hour Sexual Climate Forum intended to inspire open dialogue about sexual respect at Colgate and provide knowledge of the resources and support systems available on campus.
    November 3, 2014
  • Colgate students are reflecting on their summer research with faculty members on campus and in the field. This post is by Natasha Torres ’15, an educational studies major and women’s studies minor from Cleveland, Ohio, who was given an award for outstanding research at the fall student poster session. My study abroad experience, which included a […]
    September 8, 2014