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
Colgate Professor of Geography and Environmental Studies Ellen Kraly lends her expertise to a new PBS NewsHour feature that returns to nearby Utica, N.Y., exploring how the city has welcomed a large population of refugees throughout the years.
When filmmaker Joe Berlinger ’83 appeared at the Tribeca Film Festival on April 25 for the premiere of his latest documentary, Intent to Destroy, he had another member of the Colgate community by his side: English and humanities professor Peter Balakian, whose class Berlinger had taken years ago.
In Europe, the transition from hunting and gathering to farming did not happen overnight. But in the Western Mediterranean, it happened much faster than in any other region of Europe — or the rest of the world for that matter.