• Professor Dianne Stewart ’90 speaks at classroom podium
    Colgate’s 2019 Alumni of Color scholar in residence, Dianne Stewart ’90, associate professor of religion and African American studies at Emory University, visited classrooms and delivered two public lectures as part of her two-week residency on campus last semester.
    June 12, 2019
  • Colgate group at Plenitud
    In May, Colgate community members traveled to Puerto Rico for a week devoted to hurricane relief. The group performed service work at Plenitud, a non-profit educational farm and learning center located in the mountains of western Puerto Rico near a town called Las Marias.
    July 5, 2018
  • Kori Strother ’15, an Africana & Latin American studies major from Saint Louis, Mo., is the 2015 recipient of Colgate’s 1819 Award, the highest student honor granted by the university. The 1819 Award is given annually to one student representing character, sportsmanship, scholarship, and service above and beyond their peers. While this year’s winner represents […]
    April 28, 2015
  • 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
  • Some class discussion at Professor Moran's home.
    When Neal Barsch ’14 found out he would be representing Sierra Leone at the National Model African Union in Washington, D.C., he knew he would need to make some fast friends to accomplish his small country’s diplomatic goals. “If I wrote a resolution based on just what was just good for Sierra Leone, it wouldn’t […]
    March 5, 2014