Alumni can be seen sporting their Colgate gear here, there, and everywhere around the globe. Send your sightings to email@example.com.
Oh, baby. It was no easy feat to get these little feet to stay still long enough for a photo. “We had the camera leaned up precariously on a potato sack!” said Emily (Wright) Luckett ’04. She and her Colgate roommates (“The Girls of 15 College”) got together this spring in Bend, Ore. L to R: Luckett with Luke, Rosie (Bancroft) McMullin ’04 with Ryan, Katie (Konrad) Moore ’04 with Everly, and Lily (Dupont) Leedom ’04 with Nathaniel.
Down Under. When Alex Gonzalez ’89 (on right) visited classmate Barb West ’89 in Melbourne, Australia, they drove the Great Ocean Road and stopped by the Twelve Apostles (limestone stacks) to snap a photo.
From Mauritius to Madagascar. During his first trip to Africa last fall, Gary Martenson ’95 hiked Madagascar’s Andringitra National Park. Pictured here with a porter, Martenson spent several days traversing the 20-mile “wild terrain.”
Three Colgate generations. Allison Feldman ’20 will be starting Colgate in the fall, following in the footsteps of her uncle, David ’89 (far left); dad, Jonny ’90 (second from left); grandfather Barry ’62 (far right); and second cousin Danny Rosen ’19 (not pictured). The group was together at the Quinnipiac/Colgate Women’s Hockey Game in Hamden, Conn.
Carbon copy. James Tierney ’92 and Fred Dunlap ’50 share the hometown of Carbondale, Pa., and attended the same high school. “He recruited me to play football at Colgate and was instrumental in me attending Temple Law School,” Tierney said of his former coach. “I would not be where I am today without Fred’s support.” Pictured after a fall Colgate football game: Fred and Marilyn Dunlap (middle row, right and second from right), with the Tierney family. Top row (L to R): Devan, Max, and James; middle row (L to R): Jimmy, Cameron, and wife Suzy; front row: Brynn.