Last year, approximately 8,500 high schoolers wrote to Colgate trying to encapsulate what makes them a good fit for the university. This sampling of essays reveals the character of the Class of 2021 and reflects the spirit of Colgate.
The 2017 Libris Iconic Images capture many of the year’s most memorable moments, from the total solar eclipse to the Women’s March on Washington, D.C. They take us to the sidelines of the NFL and the flooded streets of San Juan, Puerto Rico. But they also capture moments of beauty in everyday life as well. They invite us to pause, to reflect and to remember.
The Colgate men's soccer team earned a 1-0 win over Holy Cross to claim its second-straight Patriot League Championship and the league's automatic berth into the NCAA tournament Sunday afternoon at Loyola's Ridley Athletic Complex.
The New York Times writes about internship support for students in need, speaking with Michael Sciola, associate vice president of institutional advancement and career initiatives. “Our overall goal is to empower our students to explore their interests with practical immersive experiences,” he said, “without the limitation of financial barriers.”
This summer, I worked for the Home Base Program through Massachusetts General Hospital and the Red Sox Foundation. Home Base provides clinical care and support services to veterans of post-9/11 conflicts.
New York Six Liberal Arts Consortium presidents — including Colgate University President Brian W. Casey — sent the following letter to members of New York’s Congressional and Senate delegations today, following President Donald J. Trump’s decision to end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program.
Ten minutes before totality — astronomer Anthony Aveni sets the stage for readers who have not seen a total solar eclipse — the light will be almost fifty thousand times brighter than a full moonlit sky. Read about Aveni in the Colgate Scene