Reunion 2019
May 30–June 2

Weekend Schedule

“Shhh! Don’t Tell Anyone!” Uncovering Histories of the Longyear Museum of Anthropology

Reopened September 5, 2019 “Shhh! Don’t Tell Anyone!” Uncovering Histories of the Longyear Museum of Anthropology The Longyear Museum of Anthropology, in...

Clifford Gallery Exhibition: Senior Projects

As a culmination of their work in the major, all senior art history and studio art concentrators complete a yearlong research project. Art History students...

Alternative Cinema: Student Video Showcase

A selection of student work from Video Art and Digital Art courses. Please join us in screening and celebrating the fall semester work of our student video...

The Faith of Our Fathers - A Remix of the Famed Debate

The Colgate University Department of Theater is proud to present: Baldwin vs. Buckley THE FAITH OF OUR FATHERS A REMIX OF THE FAMED DEBATE Conceived and...

LifeLong Learning Program-Reverencing Other People’s Reverences: The Study of Religion at Colgate University

Colgate University's most distinguished graduate, Rev. Harry Emerson Fosdick 1900, exhorted us to practice "the fine art of reverencing other people's...

Philosophy Colloquium: Prof. Michael Brownstein

Please join the Philosophy Department as we welcome Prof. Michael Brownsetin (John Jay College). More information on the talk to follow. This talk is...

Philosophy Colloquium: Prof. Michael Brownstein

Please join the Philosophy Department as we welcome Prof. Michael Browstein from John Jay College CUNY. More Details to come.

Art & Art History Lecture: Annual Eric J. Ryan; Chip Colwell

Dr. Colwell is the Senior Curator of Anthropology at the Denver Museum of Nature & Science. He has received grants and fellowships from the American Academy...

Philosophy Colloquium: Prof. Maria Heim "Happiness in Ancient Indian Philosophy""

Please join the Philosophy Department as we welcome Prof. Maria Heim (Amherst University) and listen to the talk titled " Happiness in Ancient Indian...

Antigone

The Colgate University Department of Theater is proud to present Antigone. Directed by April Sweeney. Performed by Colgate students.

LifeLong Learning Program-Visual Culture: How Images Impact Us Everyday

The influence of images on our everyday lives are immense. How does the proliferation of images shape our culture ? The focus of this course will be to...

Philosophy Colloquium: Prof. Joseph Moore "But Is It Music?"

Please join the Philosophy Department as we welcome Prof. Joseph Moore (Amherst University) and listen to the talk titled "But Is It Music?". This talk is...