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Celebrating Sukkot with a sukkah on the Quad

September 24, 2013

Students are celebrating Sukkot, the Jewish harvest festival, in a sukkah, which is a temporary structure that they built on the Quad. Photo by Andrew Daddio

To celebrate the eight-day Jewish holiday of Sukkot, one of three harvest festivals celebrated in Judaism, a sukkah is taking center stage on the Quad this week.   Read more

Conversations with friends at home focus on Colgate

October 14, 2011

natalie.jpgAfter fall break, students arrived on campus rested and ready to tackle their workload. Break came at a great time for those who had taken midterm exams and needed the respite the few days off provided.

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Steve Jobs and Apple transformed college campuses

October 7, 2011

natalie.jpgMy biology class headed to the Ho Tung Visualization Lab one day this week to watch a film in place of a regular class lecture. The theater-type room was a great environment to see the National Geographic documentary.

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Watching roommate compete in rugby match is a win

September 30, 2011

natalie.jpgThis past week has brought a variety of new experiences for me, a Colgate first-year. One of the highlights of this week was watching my very first rugby game.

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Italian Club offers fun approach to language, food

September 23, 2011

natalie.jpgAnother exciting week here at Colgate! As of this week, more clubs on campus have begun to meet and get settled with their plans for the semester. One of the clubs I joined was Italian Club. I do not know very much of the language, but I thought joining this club would be a great means to pick up a few phrases.

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Activities fair highlights variety of clubs offered here

September 19, 2011

natalie.jpgLast week started off on a somber note, in remembrance of 9/11. Students hung American flags out their dorm windows to show respect for those who died on the morning of Sept. 11, 2001. But, along with the sadness that filled the day, there was also an abundance of patriotism. Colgate students showed that they are proud to be here in America studying at this historic university.

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Students dodge raindrops, settle into class schedules

September 9, 2011

natalie.jpgIn central New York, preparing for the elements, every possible weather situation that is, is always the way to go. This week, students got out their umbrellas, raincoats, and rain boots and put them all to good use, braving the persistent downpour in order to get to class on time.

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First week of classes really brings campus to life

September 1, 2011

natalie.jpgFirst week of classes! This week, the campus has really come alive with students strolling to, and at times, running to their classes.

This semester, I am taking Intermediate Spanish, Analysis Health Issues:
Cancer, as my first-year seminar, Topics in Organismal Biology, and The
Silk Road.

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Move-in day adds to busy week for first-year blogger

August 26, 2011

natalie.jpgHello, my name is Natalie Sportelli, and I’m a member of the incoming Class of 2015. I will be writing about my experiences at Colgate, and I hope to be informative, entertaining, and enlightening with my observations of campus life.

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First-year's China trip brings campus course to life

June 7, 2011

Benton Scholars(Editor’s Note: Marilyn Hernandez-Stopp ’14 visited China as part of the university’s Benton Scholars Program and writes about her experience.)

Now that I am back home, I’ve had a chance to reflect on my trip to China and attempt to readjust to the time difference!

For the last week that I was in China, the Benton Scholars group took the overnight train to Xi’an. I will just say that that was quite an experience!

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