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Skidmore Unplugged returns and expands

The annual focus on energy conservation has a new twist this year--which NY6 school will realize the biggest savings? More.

Skidmore to present complete Beethoven string quartet cycle

Six internationally renowned guest artists will perform Beethoven's string quartets over the next two years, in a program made possible through the Music Department's ELM Chamber Music Residency. More.

Klemperer Trio to perform Oct. 27

The San Francisco Chronicle has called the Klemperer Trio "three brilliant artists who play as one." Don't miss this opportunity to hear them in concert at Skidmore. More.

Baytelman to perform works of Jewish composers

For her free Oct. 26 performance at Zankel Music Center, distinguished artist-in-residence Pola Baytelman returns to her roots.The family-friendly program features works by Jewish composers. More.

Finger Lakes Guitar Quartet to perform Oct. 23

Devoted to performing the rich tradition of guitar music including classical and contemporary the quartet will visit Arthur Zankel Music Center for a music on a fall evening. More.

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JuVan Langford '10

JuVan Langford '10
"My life story is the story of relationships," says JuVan Langford '10. "It's the story of relationships and angels." More

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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. 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. More.

Winners and losers
The Yankees and Red Sox failed to live up to their pre-season predictions while the Orioles and Angels exceeded theirs, Skidmore statistics professor Michael Lopez shows in his "Statshead Prediction." More.

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Faculty-Staff Achievements, Oct. 27, 2014

Domozych a guest editor of Annals of Botany, Nathan a source for New York Times magazine, Stange authors essay on Christian extremism. More

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