Campus scrapbook

 “Life’s most persistent and urgent question is: ‘What are you doing for others?’” Students embraced this quote by Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. as they volunteered at local sites during the MLK Afternoon of Service. (Photo by Andrew Daddio)

Pouring their hearts and souls into song, the university’s Sojourners Gospel Choir and other upstate New York university singing groups were led by Kirk Franklin during the third annual Gospel Fest. (Photo by Janna Minehart ’13)

Ready, set, draw! As part of the Arts! Initiative’s Sketchathon, students drew quick figure sketches of theater department props. (Photo by Janna Minehart ’13)

Offering delicacies like “floating” cake and spring rolls, Colgate’s Vietnamese Society joined the Chinese Interest Association and the Korean American Student Association in presenting a Lunar New Year Celebration. (Photo by Andrew Daddio)

Scoring Scrabble points, science smarts, and sustenance at the chili cook-off and poster session, hosted by the biology honor society Tri-Beta. (Photo by Janna Minehart ’13)

Using music to enhance their ministry, chaplains Steve Nathan (left), Putter Cox, and Mark Shiner (not pictured) performed together at Hamilton’s Barge coffeehouse. (Photo by Ashlee Eve ’14)

Professors and English majors gather at the English department’s weekly coffee hour. (Photo by Andrew Daddio