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  • The future of India-Pakistan relations
    The Peshawar massacre offers India and Pakistan an opportunity to recast their relationship, writes Yelena Biberman-Ocakli, visiting assistant professor of government, in World News Report. Read More.
  • 'Wizard of Oz' as American myth
    In Smithsonian magazine, Megan Williams, visiting professor of history, describes Dorothy's defeat of the witches as a story of emancipation. Read More.
  • Corita Kent opens in Pittsburgh
    NPR talks with Tang Museum Director Ian Berry about the acclaimed Corita Kent show he curated, opening at the Andy Warhol Museum. Read More.
  • An improbable haven of joy
    Emily Williams '18 and her family have found an "emotional equilibrium" at Camp Sunshine in southern Maine. Read More.
  • An Off-Broadway debut
    'Villainous Company,' by Victor Cahn, professor of English, will have its Off-Broadway debut January 12 at the Clurman Theater. Read More.
  • Reviving Accelerate518
    Skidmore is among nine Albany-area colleges seeking to revive Accelerate518 with a series of seminars aimed at preparing students for the New York State Business Plan Competition.? Read More.
  • Vietnam's legacy
    Teasing out the failures of the Vietnam era remains a crucial step toward engaging with our past, writes David Kieran, visiting assistant professor of history. Read More.
  • A great day for jazz
    In part because of spaces like the Arthur Zankel Music Center, the Albany area is the "jazz capital of New York State." Read More.
  • A treasury for the Eurozone?
    The lack of fiscal union is the ultimate flaw in the current euro regime and the heart of the unresolved euro crisis, writes Joerg Bibow, professor of economics. Read More.
  • As you like it
    There's a lot not to like about "like," notes Linda Hall, associate professor of English, in The Chronicle of Higher Education. Read More.
  • Up and coming
    Eighteen of the finest young musicians in the world have joined Ensemble ACJW, which will start its biannual residency at Skidmore October 14. Read More.
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Skidmore theater alums earn critics' praise for "Coosje"

Theater troupe No. 11 Productions scores big at Capital Fringe Festival with "Coosje." Ryan Emmons '08 directs and Danny Tieger '08 pens songs for multimedia piece on love and art.

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