Inside Higher Education writes, “Nationwide, many members of the Class of 2023 are thinking about their college arrivals. Educators hope these new students will find commonality in books assigned to freshmen to read over the summer.”
Colgate’s 2019 Alumni of Color scholar in residence, Dianne Stewart ’90, associate professor of religion and African American studies at Emory University, visited classrooms and delivered two public lectures as part of her two-week residency on campus last semester.
Assistant Professor of Political Science Danielle Lupton writes in the Washington Post: Here’s how the Allies were able to keep the D-Day invasion secret from the Germans — and two big reasons maintaining this secrecy would be more difficult to achieve today.
This morning, when I opened my eyes in my cozy bunk after being woken by Colin at around 0600, I was extra eager... On morning watch you might do up to six scientific samplings, whereas on other watches you might only do one or two.
Along on a research trip with Colgate faculty members, the BBC writes, “Some forests are more than 1,000 years old ... Paradoxically, humans have both protected them yet pose the biggest threat to their future.”
Are young people today being harmed by well-intentioned parents and teachers who are trying to protect them from adversity and difficult ideas? NYU professor Jonathan Haidt, author of The Coddling of the American Mind, came to Colgate on March 7 and gave some provocative answers to this question.
On Thursday, February 21, the Washington, D.C., Colgate Alumni Network engaged in a panel discussion on “The Press and the Presidency.” In attendance were Colgate alumni, members of the Colgate Model African Union group, and the spring 2019 Washington, D.C., Study Group.
Colgate completed its run to the Patriot League championship Wednesday night with a 94–80 victory over defending champ Bucknell. One year after losing in the title game at Bucknell, the Raiders turned the tables — this time with a capacity Cotterell Court crowd roaring its approval.
Colgate and Bucknell square off in the Patriot League Tournament Championship for the second straight year tonight at Cotterell Court. Tip-off is set for 7:30 p.m. and the game will air nationally on CBS Sports Network. The top-seeded Raiders bring the Patriot League showdown to Hamilton for the first time since 1996.
By 5 a.m., three of Colgate’s groundskeepers have already been plowing campus pathways and roads for an hour. They are part of a group of approximately 87 people (18 groundskeepers and 69 custodians) working to remove snow from campus after each snowfall so that students, faculty, and staff can get their days started on time.