College students -- Social life and customs.
Found in 19 Collections and/or Records:
This collection contains information about the Colgate Commons Club's meetings and programs.
This collection consists of mostly programs, tickets, pamphlets, and other ephemera from Homer L. Dodge's time as a student at Colgate University. Also included are photographs and correspondence from his student years, reunion material, alumni newsletters, and a small amount of material relating to Ebenezer Dodge. One folder contains clippings and photographs documenting Homer L. Dodge's personal and professional life after Colgate.
The Fortnight of Active Arts was a student run festival held March 2-16, 1968. It brought a wide range of avant garde artists to campus and included music, dance, theater, painting, sculpture and writing. This collection contains magazines and clippings from the festival as well as material documenting its establishment and production.
This collection contains programs, photographs, speeches, and newspaper clippings regarding Colgate University Founders' Day celebrations from 1944-2014.
This collection consists of two notebooks. The first contains notes written to Joel Greene from friends and acquaintances in Hamilton. The second contains short essays on theological topics.
This is a collection of pamphlets and programs, including false satirical programs, from Colgate University's Junior Exhibition. It also includes a few early programs from joint public meetings and anniversary celebrations of the Aeonian and Adelphian Societies.
The LGBTQ Initiatives Office records consists of several folders of event posters, fliers, and programs from the late 1990s to the early 2010s. Also included are a smaller number of clippings, administrative documents, and certificates.
This collection contains finalists and prize-winning pieces from student speech and essay contests at Colgate University from the mid nineteenth to mid twentieth century. The speeches and essays address some of the more important and contested issues of their respective eras.
This collection consists of one notebook containing handwritten lectures of Lucien M. Osborn, as well as programs for various campus events from 1878.
The Colgate University photograph collection documents student life, academics, faculty, alumni, athletics, special events, and the physical campus at Colgate University over the past 150 years. Most of the photographs are black and white, although some color images are also included. For the vast majority of images, the photographers and the source of the photographs are unidentified.
The Register of Weekly Events provided a daily listing of events for the Colgate communty, including students, faculty, staff, and community members. Events listed included club meetings, muscial and dramatic performances, athletic events, lectures, off-campus trips, conferences, and religious services.
The materials in the collection are scrapbooks created by students of Colgate University and other persons with connections to the University or Hamilton.