Events

Thursday, March 30

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...

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...

Democracy Matters Brownbag

Come listen to Professor Soloman talk about limits on voting, ways to get involved politically, and enjoy some free Royal India Grill.

TransPerfect Coop Table

Stop by and talk to representatives from TransPerfect and learn about their job opportunities. TransPerfect has over 4,000 full-time employees, a network...

Middle Eastern Lunch & Information Session

Interested in the Middle East? Learn about related fall classes, study abroad to the region and the major/minor in Middle Eastern and Islamic Studies while...

Sociology Department Brown Bag

David Newman, Professor of Sociology at DePauw University presents: "Redemption or Stigma? The Promise, Practice, and Price of Second Chances in American...

Heretics Club Lunch: "Glimpses of Light- Images of Buddhism" with Andy Daddio

Join the Heretics Club for lunch at 12:15pm with local photographer Andy Daddio, winner of 10 awards from the University Photographer's Association of...

Watson Fellowship Information Sessions

The Watson Fellowship provides $30,000 to fund a self-driven year of global exploration and travel outside of the US after graduation. Projects can be about...

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...

Student Open Office Hour - Dean of the College

How can we make your Colgate experience even better? What are your views on key student issues? Dean Thompson is eager to hear what you have to say. Come by...

P.E. Passport Recycling Workshop

The goal of this workshop is to familiarize students with Madison County's recycling policies and to learn more about the recycling facilities that we have...

Academic Freedom & Campus Free Speech: The Chicago Principles, Lecture by Robert J. Zimmer,  President, University of Chicago

Sponsored by The Center for Freedom & Western Civilization Livestream of event.

Amnesty Film Screening: Lessons of Basketball and War

Lessons of Basketball and War (2015) is a heartfelt documentary that deals with the ever-so-powerful and sensitive issues of racism, prejudice and bullying....

Artist Lecture: Hulleah + Shelley = Trouble: Solo and Duet

Artists Shelley Niro (Mohawk) and Hulleah J. Tsinhnahjinnie (Taskigi/Diné), director, C. N. Gorman Museum, and professor, Department of Native American...

Lecture by Anjali Vats: "Theorizing the Hyperracial Infringer: Constructing China as Postmillennial Yellow Peril"

This talk explores the stark binary between the characters of the Western postracial creator and the non-Western hyperracial infringer, with particular...

Sophomore Jumpstart

What do employers and graduate schools expect of you now. Join James Reed, career advisor as he discusses career goals, action plans, internships, and more....

TransPerfect Information Session

Join TransPerfect representatives as they overview the company and career opportunites. TransPerfect has over 4,000 full-time employees, a network of over...

"Bombers and Blimps:  Perspectives on the Evolution of Air Power"

Presentation by Unites States Air Force Colonel Scott Willey from the Udvar-Hazy Smithsonian Air and Space Museum, as well as the US Air Force (retired).

Manhattan String Quartet in Residence

Manhattan String Quartet in Residence: Curtis Macomber, violinCalvin Wiersma, violinJohn Dexter, violaChris Finckel, celloThursday: Featuring a...

Thursday, March 30