The Colgate Scene
May 2000
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Living together

The old gang that lived at 118 Broad Street as juniors has moved on but they gathered for a rambunctious reunion portrait.
Among the enduring lessons of a Colgate education are those learned from living together -- in dorms, along the Row, in the apartments, downtown. As a residential college, Colgate is mindful of so many opportunities available outside the classroom to underscore the academic mission. Of course, there are social and recreational avenues to explore and they are roads well-traveled. The places students chose to hang their hats become homes, whether it's as small as a single above the pizzeria or as expansive as the third floor of Drake Hall. There are all kinds of situations and life styles -- something for everyone. JH



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