Events

Wednesday, May 8

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

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Stop by to enjoy food from Flour & Salt and relax in between studying sessions.

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

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

“Shhh! Don’t Tell Anyone!” Uncovering Histories of the Longyear Museum of Anthropology May 2–June 30; September 5–November 24, 2019 The Longyear Museum of...

I live in Chenango county, or “Upstate.” My subject is there, and my definition of it is always new. My subject is whatever I'm looking at. I prefer to be...

Relax during finals week and receive a free massage provided by massage therapists from Hamilton Massage Therapy. Event brought to you by Shaw Wellness. ...

This brown bag series is dedicated to discussing issues with communities of color and intersecting identities, with the intent to focus on thriving in your...

Planning for financial future (and potential expensive costs) can be complicated and overwhelming. This course will provide information and engaging...

Join us for a children's storytime focused on the immigrant experience, together with activities and snacks.

Join the Newman Community for Catholic Mass in the Judd Chapel.

Join the students of Rhetoric and Citizenship for an interactive multimedia exhibition providing detail on the human cost of US immigration policy. All are...

Wednesday, May 8