About the Scene
Volume XLVII Number 1
The Colgate Scene is published by Colgate University four times a year (autumn, winter, spring, and summer) without charge to alumni, parents, friends, and students.
(“Applying themselves” illustration) is a New York–based illustrator, designer, and printmaker. Her clients include the Boston Globe, the New York Times, the Washington Post, the Wall Street Journal, and the Village Voice. She has been recognized by American Illustration, the Society of Illustrators, and Art Directors Club, among others.
(“Great ’Gate Gifts”) is a word person for print and digital work and owner of Squint, an award-winning consulting firm. Determined to stay in school as long as possible, she has one too many bachelor’s degrees and a master’s from Indiana University and University of Illinois. She also loves to shop.
(“Journey to me” illustration) is an illustrator from Bristol, U.K., with clients including Penguin Random House, Oprah, and EOS lip balm. When she’s not making art, she loves exploring Bristol by bike, binge-watching TV shows, and eating good food.
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Vice President of Communications – Laura Jack
Managing Editor – Aleta Mayne
Editorial Director – Mark Walden
Assistant Editor – Rebecca Docter
Creative Director – Tim Horn
Senior Designer & Visual Brand Manager – Karen Luciani
Senior Designer – Katherine Laube
Junior Designer – Katriel Pritts
University Photographer – Mark DiOrio
Production Assistant – Kathy Owen
Contributors: Gordon Brillon, Web Content Specialist; Daniel DeVries, Media Relations Director; Matt Hames, Communications Strategist; David Herringshaw, Digital Production Specialist; Jason Kammerdiener ’10, Web Manager; Brian Ness, Video Journalism Coordinator; John Painter, Director of Athletic Communications
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