More than 40 years after graduating from Colgate, and after a successful career in investment banking, Michael Costa ’80 started yet another chapter in his life as a Stanford University Distinguished Careers Institute fellow. Along the way, he discovered a new community, renewed purpose, and a surprising number of Colgate connections.
In her research, biochemist Krystle McLaughlin '06 searches for new ways of combating disease using, as her name suggests, crystals. A native of Trinidad and Tobago, she's also an advocate for women and people of color in science.
A history and women's studies alumna and former film and theater reviewer for the Maroon-News, Kathy Feeley '90 has studied the culture of Hollywood her whole career. In this Q&A, the Scene gets her take on the #MeToo movement.
As a Colgate student in the '60s, Steven Berkley '66 worked multiple jobs to pay his tuition. Now that he's retired, he's paying it forward by contributing to a scholarship that helps Colgate students today.
In her new book, Look Big: And other tips for surviving animal encounters of all kinds, Rachel Levin '96 shares tips for avoiding stingrays, skunk spray, and many other animal hazards you may encounter on your travels.
As a producer on The Addams Family and The Beverly Hillbillies, Martin Ransohoff ’49 delighted TV audiences. His successful career in television and film production stretched over decades after his graduation from Colgate.