- Reunion participants explore the North Woods while on a nature hike
- Linda Jackson-Chalmers '73, Trustee, and William Chalmers, Jr.
- Guests talk in front of a piece by Katie Brockway '08, 'Perseverence', at the Alumni Art Show Opening Reception
- Dayton Director Ian Berry leads a group of alumni through the 'Someday is Now: The Art of Corita Kent' exhibit in the Tang Museum
- Minicollege class led by Sheldon Solomon
- The platform party in the College's Alumni Awards and Recognition Ceremony included, from left to right, Adam Wald '94, Alumni Association Board of Directors, Chair of Reunions; award recipient Shep Murray '93; award recipient Jill Holler Durovsik '87; award recipient Carrie Van Kloberg '68; President Philip A. Glotzbach; Gail Dudack '70, P'11, President of the Alumni Association Board of Directors; award recipient and Trustee Emerita, Joan Layng Dayton '63; award recipient Meg Reitman Jacobs '63; Steven Cohen '72, P'10, Alumni Association Board of Directors, Chair of Alumni Awards Committee; Mary Jane Baker Macartney '48 accepting the award on behalf of Elizabeth "Tibby" Van Ness Reid '48; award recipient and Trustee, John Brestoff Parker '08; award recipient Natalie "Til" Jones Neri '53; award recipient and Trustee, Barbara Kahn Moller '78, and award recipient and Alumni Association Board of Directors, Chair of Young Alumni Giving, Patrick McEvoy '03.
- Class of 1963 hard at work creating collages inspired by the 'Someday is Now: The Art of Corita Kent' exhibit in the Tang Museum
- Alumni Awards and Recognition Ceremony
- Nursing program reception with Karen Arciero, Senior Teaching Associate in Health and Exercise Sciences
- Fireworks over Haupt Pond
Ten Skidmore alumni were recognized at Reunion Weekend for their professional and life achievements and their contributions to the College.
Known for their particularly enthusiastic response to Reunion, alumni in class years ending in 3 and 8 returned to the College in near-record numbers.
From corn breeds to calories to recipes, today's food issues have a lot to do with size and competition.
Two years after Mary Lou Bates graduated from college in 1972, she took a job at Skidmore's admissions office. Nearly 40 years later, and now the dean of admissions and financial aid, she's still making her daily commute, reading applications, visiting high schools and college fairs, answering parents' questions. And losing sleep over bringing in each new class.
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