Matthew McGeary ’24 assisted with the Central New York Native Bee Survey through his work with the B-Team at Rogers Environmental Education Center. “Even just in my short 21 years here on Earth, I am already seeing the ways that not only the world’s ecosystems are changing, but also the ones in my backyard,” says McGeary, who worked on the project as a Colgate Upstate Institute Summer Field School Fellow. Photo by Mark DiOrio.
In the Adirondacks, Alexa Lim ’25 studied loons to research their general behavior and nesting survivorship. She observed loons once a week throughout the summer as part of her research through Colgate’s Upstate Institute. Hailing from Weston, Mass., Lim is an environmental studies major with a double minor in biology and global public environmental health. Photo by Mark DiOrio.
This fall, Frank Dining Hall added two new stations — La Mesa offers Mexican flavors, and Paper Lantern serves up savory Asian-fusion. Head Chef Anthony Donofrio strives to keep Frank fresh with new offerings, alongside his initiatives to cook from scratch whenever possible and supplement the salad bar with produce from the Community Garden. Photo by Mark DiOrio.
It took just four days for visual artist Chitra Ganesh to breathe life into a grand, wall-sized mural of a woman’s body in the Clifford Gallery. Photo by Mark DiOrio
Colgate's Heating Plant Foreman Paul Duvall is one of the University staff members featured in "Above and Beyond." Photo by Mark DiOrio
Kassandra Alberico ’17, who handles civil rights and sexual violence cases at Regis University, practices MMA for self-defense skills that she also teaches to students. Meet Alberico. Photo by Kris Cheng
The winningest football coach in Colgate and Patriot League history, Dick Biddle passed away in August. Read about Biddle's life.
Students are studying the utopian society of the Oneida Community Mansion House in a fall museum studies and history course. Learn more. Photo by Mark DiOrio.