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New novel by Mason Stokes

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"Saving Julian" appears in paperback and e-book editions. More.

Black Box production of "The Penelopiad" upcoming

Margaret Atwood's play is a contemporary twist on the ancient classic "The Odyssey." More.

Guest scholar to assess risks associated with natural events

Colleen Murphy of the University of Illinois researches and writes about risk ethics. More.

Open Classroom Week underway

Interested in learning to draw? Does analyzing French filmmaking sound inviting? Want to learn more about entrepreneurship, probability and statistics, or abnormal psychology? Skidmore's first-ever Open Classroom Week has it all. More.

Commencement degree recipients named

Sallie W. (Penny) Chisholm '69 and Julian Bond will be special guests at Skidmore's 104th Commencement on May 16. More.

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David Schlenker ’13

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Living in New Delhi for a summer and teaching English and photography to children in the city's slums, David Schlenker says, "I learned to connect my academics at Skidmore to life outside Saratoga Springs." More

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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.

What happens when you stop exercising
Within a week your muscles lose some of their fat-burning potential and your metabolism slows down, says Paul Arciero, an exercise science professor at Skidmore College. More.

Local coaches making a difference in young girls' lives
The rewards of coaching young women and influencing their lives are seen in several Capital District coaches, including Skidmore's Beth Hallenbeck. More.

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Faculty-Staff Achievements, Feb. 3, 2015

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