Paul J. Schupf ’58, a recurrent member of the Board of Trustees, a philanthropic supporter of the arts, and the founder of the W.S. Schupf Endowed Chair in Far Eastern Studies passed away on December 4, 2019. He was 82 years old.
After graduating in May 2019 with a degree in molecular biology, Shushe spent seven weeks in the Republic of Kosovo presenting her Bigger Smiles Project on oral health to children and teenagers, funded by Davis Projects for Peace.
From cardiologists to hospital administrators to genetic counselors, an array of health care professionals spoke about health care delivery in the 21st century as part of the Michael J. Wolk ’60 MD Conference on Medical Education.
MacDonell “Don” Roehm Jr. ’61 earned All-American and All-State honors for his skill as a Colgate soccer fullback. His passion for protecting Colgate athletics off the field as well was enshrined in a $4 million endowment bequest.
Colgate’s tightly knit community often fosters close friendships, but some students arrive already lifelong friends. This was the case when triplets Paige, Mellissa, and Adam Cross all joined the class of 2011. They went from graduating first, second, and third in their high school class, to leaving university with a Spanish and educational studies, geology, […]