Rebecca Docter

Ron Fogarty ’95 and Brad Dexter ’96

Two for Two

Photo by Mark DiOrio When Ron Fogarty ’95 and Brad Dexter ’96 heard the news that Coach Terry Slater had died of a stroke on Dec. 5, 1991, they’d just retur...
David Rosmarin ’74

Diagnosis: Insanity

Interposed between criminal law and psychiatry are forensic psychiatrists, doctors who assess whether defendants are currently mentally competent to stand ...
Sarah Gibson Tuttle ’02 in a salon chair

Nailing the At-Home Manicure

Manicures have been a form of self-care since Ancient Babylon, and the at-home bottle of polish came on the scene in the 1940s. The process of the do-it-yourse...
Jeffrey Makala ’94 surrounded by dogs and open books

The Dog Days Aren’t Over

Illustration by Philip Harris You might be reading this with your trusty companion at your feet. If you wrote a story about her, what would it say? Throu...
Close up of a rusty orange bike with flame details

Marvelous Miscellany

Cloven shoes, rebuilt bicycles, and jars of tinctures filled Colgate’s Clifford Gallery last fall.
Derrick Darby headshot

Philosophy and the Black Experience

Derrick Darby '88, the first black tenured professor of philosophy at the University of Michigan, on how his experiences shaped his thought.
Kendra Brim outside the Buffalo Urban League

Hometown Hero

Kendra Brim '11, a former forward for Colgate's women's basketball team, now empowers young professionals through the Buffalo Urban League.