Many Skidmore courses have covered many political campaigns, but professors this year are teaching a very unconventional candidate in Donald Trump. They'll talk it through on Wednesday, Oct. 26, at 7 p.m. at the Tang Museum. More.
Marla Melito '93, student academic development coordinator for the First Year Experience, and student Facebook advisor Joe Doino '18 are on the front lines of assisting students in the class of 2020 as they begin their college careers at Skidmore. More.
Expert witness shares courtroom stories
Noted economist Jon L. Solow, this year's Weiss Lecturer at Skidmore, will be on campus Thursday, Oct. 20, at 7 p.m., in Gannett Auditorium, to share his experiences as an expert witness in major court cases. He will also meet with Skidmore students before the lecture, which is free and open to the public. The title of his lecture is "Economist in Court: Reflections of an Expert Witness." More.
"Excentric Gyratory" dedication
Double L Excentric Gyratory VII, by renowned sculptor George Rickey, will be formally welcomed to campus Saturday, Oct. 15, at 11:30 a.m., outside Skidmore's Tang Museum. The large mobile was a gift from the estate of Susan Rabinowitz Malloy '45, an artist and a Skidmore benefactor. More.
Skidmore's annual friends and family celebration kicks off Friday, Oct.14. A total of 550 families (more than 1,200 people) have registered for Celebration Weekend 2016, scheduled for Oct. 14-16 on campus. Friends and families of current students will get a peek at student life, including classes, athletic events, special activities, and the Saratoga community. More.
Creative Thought Works
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Faculty-Staff Achievements, April 4, 2016
Art by Deb Hall, Doretta Miller on exhibit. More