There are days, weeks even -- okay months, when it seems everyone is inside, and outdoors is defined as that distance from Stillman to Lawrence. The life of the college moves in, with the doors closed and the windows shut. Imagine Colgate, and chances are we see buildings standing in their place on a hill with trees and walks -- an outdoor scene, an exterior view whatever the season. Or maybe we do recall places out of the cold; the soaring comfort of the Chapel, the crowded Coop, a particular classroom. Here, then, are some interiors, the inner Colgate, places known mostly to insiders. JH