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Colgate appears in media outlets far and wide in January

By Daniel DeVries on February 4, 2014

Members of the Colgate community were mentioned in the national media last month in ways that crossed disciplines and touched on national conversations that reached far beyond our campus in Hamilton, N.Y.

January media highlights included Professor Albert Ammerman’s work in assisting with excavations of the oldest Roman temple in the pages of the New Republic. Thomas Cruz-Soto, associate dean for multicultural affairs, was quoted in USA Today about the evolution of MLK Day, and Forbes published a commentary suggesting that NPR take a page or two from Colgate’s fundraising playbook.

See a list of news highlights from January 2014 and visit our Colgate in the Media page to see items from previous months.


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