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The year in pictures: 2014 in review

Sustainability, the sciences, visual literacy, and documentary studies are a few of the areas in which the college made major strides. More.

Napkin Notes a distinctive approach to d-hall communication

Napkin Notes offer students, Dining Services staff an option for communicating. More.

Jaouad explores America's love for Robert Browning in new book

Browning scholars and Victorianists will welcome this new perspective on some long-neglected but crucial material. More.

Off to the circus

Linda Simon's new "jewel" of a book is a vibrant history of the greatest show on earth. More.

Social work students apply skills to special counseling

Skidmore students, with guidance from Professor Crystal Moore, bring grief counseling skills to local agency More.

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Drake Patten '84
Drake Patten '84 has built a career out of curiosity, a trait that was honed and refined by her Skidmore education. "Skidmore taught me to pursue my dream and to be smart about it," she says. More

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An improbable haven of joy
Emily Williams '18 and her family have found an "emotional equilibrium" at Camp Sunshine in southern Maine. 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. 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.? More.

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Faculty-Staff Achievements, Dec. 16, 2014

Solomons earns a CASE star, Kieran publishes essay on legacy of Vietnam, Jaouad and Simon publish new books. More

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