Brian Ness, videojournalism coordinator in the Office of Communications, captures the Colgate story on film every day. Here are his five favorite video projects from the last year.
Performing Bolivian Music at Colgate UniversityThe Bolivian musicians' residency was made possible by a major grant from the Colgate Arts Council, as well as funding from Africana & Latin American Studies, Native American Studies, Sociology and Anthropology, the Lampert Institute, University Studies, Music, Core Communities and Identities, and Film and Media Studies.
Our best moment at Colgate UniversityBrian Casey narrates this video that describes a moment, the moment. This is why we do what we do.
Professor Joe Levy researches MarsGeology professor Joe Levy uses high resolution images of Mars to research permafrost.
International students at Colgate look back on four yearsIn the fall of 2013, six international students documented their journey to Colgate University. Four years later, they reflect on their experience. See the original video here: https://youtu.be/d2epp2KitVo
Craftivist art of Kris Pfister '17Studio art major Kris Pfister ’17, of Iberia, Ohio, wanted their senior thesis to be more than a gallery piece. Pfister wanted the work directly to address the issue of homelessness among the LGBTQ community. More at http://news.colgate.edu/2017/05/craftivist-art-of-kris-pfister-17.html/.
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