Events

Tuesday, March 28

Earth to Fire: Pottery Technologies Around the World

The Longyear Museum of Anthropology announces the opening of a new student-curated exhibition, Earth to Fire: Pottery Technologies Around the World, on...

Our People, Our Land, Our Images: International Indigenous Photography Exhibition

Opportunities to view Indigenous peoples through the eyes of Indigenous photographers are rare and recent. Our People, Our Land, Our Images features works by...

SAGA Innovations Fellowship Coop Table

Stop by the Coop between 10 and noon to meet SAGA recruiters, and learn about the SAGA Fellowship. SAGA Innovations recruits the best and brightest young...

Through.

What does it mean to be through? To pass through a passage, a membrane, or an experience. In one side, out the other. Changed, for better or worse, or just...

History Conversation: "The Historian in the Article"

Students are invited to participate in Faculty discussions on a variety of topics as historians. Students are encouraged to notify their history professor of...

Oswald T. Avery Lecture - Dr. P. Todd Stukenberg '86

Hosted by the Biology Department, the Oswald T. Avery (Colgate 1900) Lecture is given annually by a Colgate alum who has made significant contributions to...

Physics & Astronomy Seminar: How to get from here to there: Quantum particle transport in condensed matter systems

Douglas Packard '10 is a graduate student at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign and will be presenting his research.

Re-Considering the Alter(ed)native: My Post Zora Interventions

Prof. Gina Athena Ulysse does work on Haiti and her work is based in Black Studies and Feminist Scholarship. An interdisciplinary scholar-artist, Ulysse...

Employee Racquetball: Beyond the Basics Workshop

Bob Thomas, experienced athlete with training under USA Racquetball, will lead this two-part introduction to the sport. Racquetball - Beyond the Basics will...

Administrative Deans' Open Office Hours

As a Colgate student, you are assigned an administrative dean. Administrative deans work to help you navigate your way through Colgate. The nature of your...

Fulbright Information Sessions

The Fulbright Grant enables students who are US citizens to spend an academic year abroad, either for study/research or teaching English. The Fulbright...

Colgate University Softball at  Binghamton

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Arts and Humanities Colloquium:  “Navajo Blessingway Stories”

Sunny Dooley, Storyteller presents“Navajo Blessingway Stories”. Co-sponsored by Native American Studies Program. Refreshments available 4:00-4:15 PM; lecture...

"Navajo Blessingway Stories” SUNNY DOOLEY (Navajo / Diné), storyteller, folklorist, cultural consultant

Organized by C. Vecsey (Religion 405) for NAST in coordination with the Arts & Humanities Colloquium. Sunny Dooley is a Navajo storyteller. She says of...

Lecture: Travelling Blackness: Race, Immigration, and Citizenship in the Media

ALST brings Dr. Manoucheka Celeste, an assistant professor at the University of Florida, to speak on the intersections of media, race, and the Caribbean.

Real World Series for Seniors:  Apartment Hunting

Learn what you need to know when searching for and renting an apartment - documents, locations, costs, questions to ask and more! Refreshments will be served.

Black Holes - Ho Tung Vis Lab Planetarium Show

Admission is free and open to all. Few mysteries in the universe have the power and awe of the black hole. Only now are we on the verge of understanding...

 The We See You Studio: A Safe Space for Creative Collaboration

The We See You Studio is a creative workshop series for all students designed to give you a therapeutic, safe space to exercise your creativity using...

Alternative Cinema: The Yes Men Fix the World

(2009), Internationally renowned pranksters The Yes Men have taken on titans of industry, punking Dow Chemical, Exxon Mobile, and Halliburton among many...

Tuesday, March 28