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Service, sacrifices honored at remembrance ceremony

Flag on campus, Memorial Day 2015

Skidmore pauses to remember, honor those who served. More.

E-sports go varsity

Leaders of Skidmore's League of Legends team say, "These games are decided by individual skill and the ability of five anonymous players to cooperate with one another." More.

Monumental meanings

When India and Pakistan separated in 1947, their long-shared art and architecture was contested and interpreted in different ways, and Professor Saleema Waraich is researching the topic. More.

Zankel to welcome John Pizzarelli June 13

John Pizzarelli

World-renowned jazz artist and host of "Radio Deluxe" will bring his quartet to Skidmore's Arthur Zankel Music Center for an evening of unforgettable music. More.

Commence congratulating

Skidmore has sent another 639 creative and critical college graduates out into the world. Reflecting Saturday's sunny rays of promise, 430 fresh grads earned the bachelor of arts, 202 the bachelor of science, and 7 the master of arts in liberal studies. Among the baccalaureate grads were a record 55 international students, representing 33 countries. From the stage of the Saratoga Performing Arts Center, President Philip A. Glotzbach welcomed them and their guests to Skidmore's 104th Commencement on Saturday, May 16. More.

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Creative Thought Works

Alex Koch ’05

Alex Alex
Alex Koch left Skidmore with a strong understanding of how video and new technologies were used in the art world, but he could never have imagined that a decade later he'd be leading a dynamic creative content company in the Big Apple. More

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Dan Nathan talks to CNN about Baltimore, after the riot
American Studies Professor Dan Nathan, a longtime Baltimore Orioles fan, reflects on the healing properties of sport and a wounded city in this CNN story. More.

New York Times: The Math of March Madness
Michael Lopez, a statistics professor who uses algorithms in sports analysis, captures the attention of The New York Times for his take on "bracketology." More.

Yahoo News: Maya mural reveals ancient 'photobomb'
In the February issue of the journal Antiquity, Skidmore Professor Heather Hurst and co-authors find a surprise in a 1,250-year-old Maya mural. More.

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Faculty-Staff Achievements, May 12, 2015

Scarce publishes new book, Janes participates in Yale conference on Edmund Burke, Lindner writes op-ed for the Times Union. More