Orders and borders

What can migrants and citizens expect from changes in U.S. immigration and border policies? A multicollege delegation joins an expert panel to find answers this Saturday, March 4, at 11 a.m.

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Sharing "Fragments"

For playwright Edward Albee, "The small act of sharing stories is something the human body relies on for survival and nourishment," says theater major Shea Leavis '17. He's directing Albee's "Fragments" March 2-8.

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Comedy and community

Fast-witted skits and ad-libbed jokes filled the Skidmore stage at this year's National College Comedy Festival. Students from across the country joined professional guests for the popular event.

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Skidmore Student Lends a Hand to Local Refugees

When Rula Issa ‘17 came to the United States in 1998 seeking refuge from the conflicts in Bosnia and Herzegovina, she was warmly welcomed by Americans who sought to help her and her family assimilate to America and settle comfortably in their new home.

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Skids on the loose

He's traveled to six continents, ridden a camel in the Sahara, and searched for seashells in Puerto Rico--with photos to prove it. Vote for your favorite Skids adventure this week.

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News

February 27, 2017
What can migrants and citizens expect from changes in U.S. immigration and border policies? A multicollege delegation joins an expert panel to find answers this Saturday, March 4, at 11 a.m. Read More »
February 25, 2017
For playwright Edward Albee, "The small act of sharing stories is something the human body relies on for survival and nourishment," says theater major Shea Leavis '17. He's directing Albee's "Fragments" March 2-8. Read More »
February 23, 2017
Student Bloggers Maya Feyzo-Pearlman '19 and Zoe Chodak '19 find a way to make even the most delicious D-Hall food more exciting. Read More »
February 23, 2017
Education advocates Oprah Winfrey, Ann Tisch, and Wes Moore to receive honorary degrees from Skidmore College at May 2017 Commencement Read More »
February 20, 2017
A guest lecture on the 17th-century philosopher Spinoza will address his alleged atheism and will discuss ideas of the divine and the human. The event is Wednesday, Feb. 22, at 7:30 p.m. Read More »

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Events

February 28, 2017
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February 28, 2017
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March 1, 2017
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