Events

Wednesday, October 28

Portrait of St. Mark with a lion. From Book of Hours for the use of Lisieux (Normandy).  France: Rouen School, late 15th century (1480s).

This exhibition features illustrations of creatures as realized in religious, scientific, and literary texts from the rare book collections in the Special...

Film and Media Studies presents: The Killing of Breonna Taylor

(Dir. Yoruba Richen, 2020) Join us for an online screening of the documentary The Killing of Breonna Taylor, followed by a Thursday evening Zoom discussion...

Full-Term Courses: Withdrawal Deadline (with a W) Full-Term Courses: S/U Grade Option Deadline Second-Half-of-Term Courses: Drop/Add Period Ends

Last day to withdraw from a full-term course (with a W). Last day to declare the S/U grade mode for full-term courses. Last day for students to drop and add...

Reminder: Study Group Applications due by November 4th, 2020

If you are interested in applying to participate on a fall 2021 or spring 2022 study group, your application must be completed and submitted by November 4th...

Hancock Halloweek: Coloring Contest

Put your coloring skills to the test with this Halloween coloring contest! You have 24 hours to complete this challenge. Prize for best submission! ...

Wellness Wednesday: Learn to Meditate

Shaw Wellness and Chapel House are collaborating to present this Wellness Wednesday event. Chapel House's Assistant Director of Programming, Rodney Agnant...

October 28, 2020 8:30am
Lunch with Leigh-Ann

Join the Center for Leadership and Student Involvement's (CLSI) Program Coordinator, Leigh-Ann, every Wednesday from 12:00pm-12:30EST via Zoom to ask...

October 28, 2020 12pm
The Social Dilemma with Corey MacPherson and Dean Kerra Hunter. Optional in-person screening 10/12 7-9pm. 10/14, 10/16, 10/21, 10/23, 10/28 12-1pm via zoom. The series based on Netflix's 2020 documentary tackles the effects of invasive technology on mental health, democracy, discrimination, and Colgate students, as well as how to move forward. Register by emailing Marie Pugliese at mpugliesestaff@colgate.edu

A Dart Colegrove Discussion Group facilitated by Corey MacPherson and Dean Kerra Hunter. Netflix's 2020 documentary tackles the pervasiveness of social...

October 28, 2020 12pm
Vote Your Voice Matters

Presented by Colgate Hello Wednesday, October 28, noon-1:00 p.m. over Zoom Join us for a discussion about voting in this year's election led by Jeremy T....

October 28, 2020 12pm
LifeLong Learning Program-"How to Run a Buddhist Monastery (and Lessons for Alternative Communities)"

In this class we will read together from an eighteenth-century constitution of a large-scale Tibetan Buddhist monastery. We will discuss what organizational...

October 28, 2020 1pm
Catholic Mass

Join the Newman Community for Catholic Mass. All are welcome!

Ciccone Commons Faculty Dinner with Prof. Bineyam Taye

Join us for our faculty dinner discussion with Professor Bineyam Taye (Biology) as he shares with us: "How I Became Passionate About Epidemiology and Public...

October 28, 2020 5pm
German Department Alumni Panel

Please come to our virtual German Alumni Panel. Cara Skelly, Class of 2016, Carolyn Lachmann, Class of 2010, and Zacc Ritter, Class of 2005 will be our...

October 28, 2020 5pm
Off-Campus Study - Syracuse University in Florence, Strasbourg, Central Europe

Learn about Colgate's approved programs through Syracuse University Abroad. Locations include Florence, Italy; Strasburg, France; and Central Europe,...

October 28, 2020 5pm
Wellness Wednesday: Evening Meditation

Join Matt Swire ‘22, Jack Underhill ’22 of Phi Delta Theta and Chapel House Assistant Director of Programming Rodney J. Agnant ‘14 for this virtual evening...

October 28, 2020 5pm
21st Century Plagues: The Political, Ecological, and Economic Dimensions of Pandemic Disease

Zoom Meeting Link: www.bit.ly/21stCPs A Panel Discussion Organized by the Geography Department Panelists: Adia Benton, Northwestern U, author, HIV...

October 28, 2020 5:30pm
Transcendent Kingdom Book Cover

Led by Colgate faculty and friends, the weekly book discussion runs from 6-7 p.m. It's casual and there is nothing to prepare in advance. Just bring your...

October 28, 2020 6pm
Not All the Same with Professor Elodie Fourquet and Tamala Flack. 10/14, 10/19, 10/21, 10/26, 11/2 7-8pm via Zoom. Topics include consent, socio-economic status, disadvantaged students, DACA, reality TV stereotyping. Register by emailing Marie Pugliese at mpugliesestaff@colgate.edu

A Dart Colegrove Commons Discussion Group facilitated by Professor Elodie Fourquet and Tamala Flack. Drawing on different podcasts each class, this...

October 28, 2020 7pm
Students Peer Listening Space

We are here to support you! This is a safe space for students to share perspectives, feelings, and voting and election experiences

October 28, 2020 7pm

Wednesday, October 28