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In TributeSpring 2015

In Tribute

Rev. Coleman Brown, Colgate’s chaplain and professor of philosophy and religion for nearly three decades, died Dec. 14, 2014, at the age of 80.
Photo GallerySpring 2015

Engaging with science

Tucker Daddis ’17 (right) consults with laboratory instructor Patricia Jue as he makes beta-bromostyrene, a compound with a floral odor used in the soap and perfume industry, for Organic Chemistry I. The lab exercise asks the students to characterize the product to determine the mechanism of the reaction. (Photo by Andrew M. Daddio)
Photo GallerySpring 2015

It’s all Greek

As Apollo looks on, Seth Holm, a visiting assistant professor of the classics, engages with a student during his Elementary Classical Greek II course, taught in the W.H. Gifford Classics Center in Lawrence Hall. (Photo by Andrew M. Daddio)
Autumn 2014Photo Gallery

Frequencies are fascinating fun

Frequencies are fascinating fun. Professor Beth Parks helps Peter Juviler ’15 and Jodi Forward ’15 tee up an oscilloscope to measure the frequencies of musical notes rung on tuning forks for Physics 112 lab. (Photo by Andrew Daddio)
AlumniWinter 2014

A special game appearance

Jim Dickinson '39 returned to the Colgate football stands — where he has served as student, faculty, and administrator — approximately 82 years after his first football game.