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Moss-Racusin helps White House scientists understand STEM gender bias

Assistant Professor Corinne Moss-Racusin shared research with the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy (OSTP) in July. It was the third time in 18 months that a Skidmore community member attended a high-profile White House meeting. More.

In Memoriam: Nadine Gordimer

The acclaimed author was no stranger to Skidmore or to readers of "Salmagundi" magazine. More.

Visual literacy initiative accelerates with Moore Documentary Collaborative

Student storytellers will have the advantage of the new Moore Documentary Collaborative to tell stories in any medium. More.

Skidmore connects through SaratogaArtsFest

Alumni and faculty bring their talents and expertise to citywide celebration of the arts, June 11-15 More.

Together again

More than 700 alumni and their families returned for a Reunion Weekend that offered the bagpipe-led Parade of Classes, the Alumni Awards and Recognition Ceremony, the Reunion Art Exhibition, numerous mini-colleges, Celebration Dinners, a packed dance floor, a spectacular fireworks display, and more. More.

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Dan Osman '02
Camp Daybreak, where Dan Osman '02 is director, is sponsored by the Vermont Association for Mental Health and Addiction Recovery and caters to kids ages 8 to 11 who have a range of social, emotional, behavioral needs and mental health conditions. More

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Birth of a classic
The Kinks' recording of 'You Really Got Me' in the summer of 1964 would establish them as one of Britain's most important bands and Ray Davies as a songwriter to be watched, notes Gordon Thompson, professor and chair of music. More.

A 'beacon of tolerance'
As Temple Sinai approaches its golden anniversary, its membership speaks to the 'charismatic drawing power' of Rabbi Linda Motzkin, Jewish chaplin at Skidmore, and her husband, Rabbi Jonathan Rubenstein. More.

Culture wars have a new turf
Soccer offers a new turf to play out the "culture wars" between cosmopolitanism and traditionalism, writes Andrew Lindner, assistant professor of sociology. "It is a divide ... between a relativist worldview that embraces diversity and global culture and an outlook that aims to maintain what they see as traditional American culture." More.

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