Colgate University

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MottoDeo ac Veritati
HeadquartersNew York State
Other nameRaiders
A private liberal arts college in Hamilton, New York State.
The Colgate University campus in Hamilton, NY

Colgate University is a private liberal arts college in Hamilton, New York State. The college was founded in 1819 as the Baptist Education Society of the State of New York and operated under that name until 1823, when it was renamed Hamilton Theological and Literary Institution, often called Hamilton College (1823–1846), then Madison College (1846–1890), and its present name since 1890.

Colgate University is among the 100 most selective colleges and universities in the United States,[1]. In addition, Colgate campus is also consistently ranked as one of the most beautiful campuses in the nation due to a singular architectural theme of the campus and a hillside location adorned with a lake and trees.[2][3] The university is located in Hamilton, New York, a small town in central New York in Madison County. Colgate now enrolls nearly 3,000 students in 56 undergraduate majors that culminate in a Bachelor of Arts degree.[4] The student body is 54% female and 46% male students who participate in over 200 clubs and organizations.[5] While Colgate offers almost an entirely undergraduate program, it also has a small graduate program in Master of Arts in Teaching.[6]


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Einar Benediktsson30 JLIcelandDiplomat
Deep state operative
Icelandic hih ranking diplomat who attended the 1986 Bilderberg as Ambassador to NATO.
Peter Burleigh7 March 1942DiplomatUS diplomat specializing in South-East Asia
Stephen BurnsLawyerUS lawyer and former chairman of the Nuclear Regulatory Commission.
Monica Crowley19 September 1968Journalist
John Dean14 October 1938Lawyer
Thomas Dine29 February 1940USSpook
Civil servant
Former executive director of AIPAC and former president of Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty
Michael GordonJournalistFalse stories by Gordon played a key role in raising public support for the 2003 Iraq War. His career suffered harm from that, quite the opposite.
Chris Hedges18 September 1956USAuthor
A fearless speaker of truth to power, Chris Hedges was a war correspondent for almost 20 years, when he quit and began a blistering series of books which challenge different aspects of corporate capitalism. In 2012 he filed suit contending that the NDAA's provision for indefinite detention without trial was unconstitutional. Unbowed, he remains a thorn in the side of the establishment.
Charles Evans Hughes11 April 186227 August 1948Judge
Darren IndykeUSLawyer
Lawyer who was "indispensable captain of Jeffrey Epstein’s criminal enterprise".
William P. Rogers23 June 19132 January 2001PoliticianUS Secretary of State overshadowed by Henry Kissinger
Dennis Vacco16 August 1952USPolitician
Ordered Monsanto to pull ads that said Roundup was "safer than table salt" and "practically nontoxic" to mammals, birds and fish.