Rabbi Barry R. Baron, former command chaplain in the U.S. Army Civil Affairs and Psychological Operations Command (Airborne) at Fort Bragg, N.C., has been named associate university chaplain and campus rabbi at Colgate University, effective June 15.
At the heart of Haven, Colgate’s survivor-centric support center for sexual violence, is a survivor herself. Tracia Banuelos said her experience of being assaulted at a young age, and the resulting difficulty in finding services herself, ultimately led to a career path where she is responsible for something she always felt was lacking in her journey as a survivor. Support.
Through much deliberation, community feedback, and careful examination, Colgate is proud to announce its investment in several impactful carbon offset projects to mitigate remaining University emissions for air and automotive travel, and energy consumption related to buildings.
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.
On March 5, 1819, the New York State Assembly granted a charter to the Baptist Education Society of New York, formally founding the institution that became Colgate University. Two hundred years later, the Colgate community gathered to support local organizations that aid the entire region.
On March 5, 2019, the official day that Colgate University turned 200 years old, the Charter Day celebration invited the community make a gift of $1 (or more), symbolic of the $13 put forth by the 13 founders.
Some of Colgate University’s newest students will soon make their home in the University’s newest buildings. A highlight of these impressive structures that bring together living and learning: concerted, sustainable construction practices and planning.
When 13 students journeyed across the pond to start their fall 2018 semester abroad in Manchester, few of them had an interest in immigration or the refugee crisis. Once immersed in their classwork, however, they quickly united to stand for human rights in the region.