Events

Thursday, April 18

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...

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...

Koolanga Boodja Neh Nidjuuk (Children Listening and Looking on Country)

Koolanga Boodja Neh Nidjuuk (Children Listening and Looking on Country) March 21–June 30, 2019 Koolanga Boodja Neh Nidjuuk (Children Listening and Looking...

Pet Pals Basket Raffle

Join us in the Coop to purchase raffle tickets that will benefit our local animal shelter. Cash and 'Gate card are accepted. Tickets are $3 for one or $5 for...

The Affordable, Sustainable Period

Join SGA for a panel discussion on the beauty and challenges of modern menstruation. Learn from Biology Professor Van Wynsberghe, Senior Women's Studies...

Understanding and Addressing Socioeconomic Disparities in the Classroom

Join Assistant Professor Lauren Philbrook and Hamilton Elementary Tutors for a brown bag lunch to discuss how class and race shape children's development....

Brown Bag: "Impact of Social Media on Friendships"

How does social media influence connection, communication, and self-worth? Join the conversation to better understand how social media impacts relationships....

Pop-Up Thrift Shop

Have clothes that you never wear? Looking to spice up your wardrobe this spring? Come to the Office of Sustainability's Pop-Up Thrift Shop, where you can...

SOSC Brown Bag: Embodying Solidarity: Resistance at the US-Mexico Border and Guantánamo

The Division of Social Sciences Presents this semester’s Luncheon Seminar Series. This Brown Bag lunch features: Professor Chandra Russo from the...

Think Tank Thursdays with the Russian and Eurasian Studies Program

Join the REST faculty and students for a lively discussion regarding current events, politics, educations and other interesting topics related to Russian and...

Mapathon

Each year, disasters around the world kill nearly 100,000 and affect or displace 200 million people. Many of the places where these disasters occur are...

Investment Banking Technical Interview Preparation

This drop-in session is hosted by Peer Career Advisor, Will Halloran '19. This casual setting will allow participants the opportunity to hear about the...

"Haze"- Movie Screening

In honor of Alcohol Awareness Month, Shaw Wellness presents the movie "Haze" which is a nationally recognized documentary that tells the story of Gordie...

 Annual Take Back the Night March

Take Back the Night is an annual event to bring all people together to speak out about sexual and relationship violence. All are welcome and encouraged to...

Take Back the Night

March in solidarity with survivors at this annual, international event intended to educate, protest, and bring awareness to the impact of sexual violence....

What is Art For? A Speakeasy with Hancock Commons

Join Hancock Commons, Professor Dewitt Godfrey and students across campus as they discuss art, what it means to them, and why it's useful.

Colgate Christian Athletes-Weekly Team Huddle

All are welcome to attend Colgate Christian Athletes' weekly meeting (with pizza and wings from Slices!) on Thursdays at 8:00 p.m. in The Class of ’65...

Survivor Speak Out

This closed healing session is for survivors and those they choose to bring in support after the Take Back the Night March. Hot chocolate and donuts will be...

Survivor Speak Out

This is a closed healing event for survivors of sexual violence and those they choose to invite to build community and be heard. Those who don't identify...

Thursday, April 18