Autumn 2016

Our inbox was empty this summer (Where’d everyone go? Bueller? Bueller?), so we looked at what you’re saying online.

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The first call to 911 reporting smoke coming from the Lebanon Street building — which houses the Hamilton Movie Theater,…

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Tony Steratore
I have had the pleasure of knowing and working with Wayne for many years. There are not better men in the world. It has been my privilege to be associated with Wayne and his wonderful wife Tonya. (Read Wayne Mackie’s profile.)




Petra Van Baar
I remember dropping our daughter off in 2013. We are West Coast, and she is our youngest. From the moment we pulled up, and were greeted on the lawn, to her being serenaded in her dorm room, to the tears in her father’s and my eyes as we looked around the stunning campus, knowing she was home, to now, her senior year. What a dream come true for our family. Go, ’Gate! Forever grateful!

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Friday afternoon water balloon fight on the quad

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First lunch

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Touring Colgate, class of 2021?

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