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Footsteps in the sand

Think of the marine scientists emerging from Skidmore College and the top name is often Penny Chisholm '69, a National Medal of Science winner for her pioneering work on a crucial climate-regulating microorganism. Others students and alumni are following in her path. More.

Podcast: Disorderly women

From comedy to serious social issues, from theory to practical activism, Prof. Beck Krefting is committed to "disorderly women" in American history and in the Skidmore curriculum. More.

Building Brooklyn

In Brooklyn's very hot real-estate market, three Skidmore alumni are doing equally hot reno and rehab projects, especially with historic brownstones. More.

Harder Lecture

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"Semiconductors: The Industry that Changed the World" will be this year's Harder Lecture in business. The talk, by a Global Foundries executive, takes place Monday, March 27, at 5 p.m. More.

Student Blog: Seven waffle dishes that offer new takes on your favorite D-Hall classics


Have you ever wondered how your favorite D-Hall dishes would taste if you switched out the usual bread with a waffle? Adam Weinreb '20 did, and blogged about it. More.

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Arwa Damon ’99

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For more than 28 hours on Nov. 4-5, CNN senior international correspondent Arwa Damon '99 and photojournalist Brice Laine were with Iraqi special forces during their push into ISIS-held Mosul. Ambushed by a suicide car bomb and under fire, they got out to tell their harrowing story. More

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Faculty-Staff Achievements, March 13, 2017

Silva on religious fetish, More