Events

Tuesday, January 29

Historical Photo Exhibit: Glass, Silver, and Memory

Glass, Silver, and Memory: Images of community by Edward H. Stone is a Colgate Special Collections & University Archives exhibit which features images of...

Open Morning Meditation

Professor Rick Braaten and Chapel House Program Coordinator Rodney Agnant will be offering open meditation sessions every weekday morning from 8:30am-9:00am...

History Coffee Break

Join the History Department for coffee and pastries from the Waterville Standard Bakery!

The Beauty of Sculpted Minerals

Beautiful mineral sculptures carved from jade, carnelian, malachite, lapis lazuli, tiger eye, and rock crystal are on loan from the Halls of Gems and...

Fashioning Africa: Impact, Influence, and Inspiration of African Crafting Traditions

Fashioning Africa is a journey into the myriad traditional artisanal techniques found across the continent. There are six textiles and accessories from the...

Sustaining Vision

Sustaining Vision: The Dr. Luther W. Brady H’88 Collection at the Picker Art Gallery, open from January 24–March 10, 2019. For nearly four decades, gifts of...

Three Acts

Three Acts: Felix Gonzalez-Torres · Senga Nengudi · Joe Overstreet, open at the Picker Art Gallery from January 24–March 10, 2019. Three Acts features...

Formulas and Functions that Cut Work Down to Size (Microsoft Excel)

Excel Formulas and Functions* can greatly enhance your ability to perform tasks in day to day spreadsheet activities. Don’t waste any more hours in Microsoft...

Biology Seminar - Daniel Klessig, Boyce Thompson Institute, Cornell University

Daniel Klessig, professor will give a talk on "Salicylic acid and its binding proteins at the crossroads of plant and human health"

Chemistry Seminar Series; CHEM/BIOCHEM Majors talk

Our majors in Chemistry & Biochemistry will give the talk; there will be 3 students for each seminar.

Faculty Roundtable on Museum Online Collections

We invite faculty to meet with consultant Bruce Wyman and Picker Art Gallery and Longyear Museum of Anthropology staff to discuss your thoughts on how you...

MLK Brown Bag featuring QueerWOC

QueerWOC is a community for all things Queer + Women of Color. The community was created as a space for people with feminine energies, marginalized genders,...

So You Missed SophoMORE Connections: Now What?

Sophomores - if you missed SophoMORE Connections attend this session and get caught up on all that you need to know!

Brown Bag- "How Alcohol & Marijuana Impact Sleep"

Learn how alcohol and drugs can seriously affect the quality of your sleep.

#CastingInCuse: QueerWOC The Podcast, Live Recording

"QueerWOC: The Podcast" is an insurgent biweekly program highlighting, uniting, and inciting queer women of color. Join Money - a Therapist by day and lewd...

Arts and Humanities Colloquium:  "Videos Made Visceral: A Talk with Filmmaker Mimi Cave"

Mimi Cave, director, filmmaker, dance maker. "Videos Made Visceral: A Talk with Filmmaker Mimi Cave." Refreshments available 4:00-4:15 PM. Lecture begins at...

First-Year Launch!

An increasing number of employers want to engage with first-year students. Career Services is excited to help you explore and make the most out of these...

Swedish Program

Learn more about the Swedish Program in Stockholm, Sweden. This approved program offers course work in Economics, Sociology, Women's Studies, and Peace and...

"Catch Some ZZZ's: Strategies to Enhance Sleep Quality"

During this workshop, students will assess and evaluate their current sleep habits and create a plan to increase the numbers of quality sleep they get each...

Student Roundtable on Museum Online Collections

We invite students to meet with consultant Bruce Wyman and Picker Art Gallery and Longyear Museum of Anthropology staff to discuss your thoughts on how you...

Alternative Cinema: Children of Men

(Alfonso Cuarón, 2006, 114 mins) In a violently partisan country, a nationalist government criminalizes and interns refugees, while the threat of a global...

Tuesday, January 29