Vanity Fair writes: In his new book Fifty Years of 60 Minutes, Jeff Fager reports on the rise of CBS’s flagship newsmagazine and the role the producer played in making America’s must-watch TV news program a dynasty.
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
New research sheds some surprising light on the state’s opioid crisis. “The heroin epidemic really dates back to 2010, 2011,” said Dr. Ann Gadomski, head of the Bassett Research Institute in Cooperstown, which conducted opioid research in collaboration with the Colgate University Upstate Institute in Hamilton.
Since 2011, John Levisay ’89 has been crafting the perfect online learning experience with his start-up called Craftsy, which offers classes ranging from quilting to jewelry making to photography. On May 11, it was announced that NBCUniversal is acquiring majority ownership of Craftsy. Levisay will continue in a leadership role, reporting to NBCU Cable’s president of strategy and commercial growth.