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Exploring masculine identities

Notions of femininity and its role in society have been under discussion since the 1960s. But who's talking about masculinity? Tough Guise director Sut Jhally for one, at Skidmore on April 11. More.

In Memoriam: Willem Golden '19

Willem Golden ’19

Skidmore gathers to celebrate the life of first-year student Willem "Will" Golden. More.

Water baby

Feeling "like a five-year-old in the water" is just one of the joys that Yookee Roh '16 gets from being on the Skidmore swim team. More.

Walking the talk

Aldin Medunjanin ’16 gets it done for Skidmore.

From humble roots, Aldin Medunjanin '16 became the best men's basketball player at Skidmore, perhaps in all of Division III. More.

Thanks for giving

Coach Ron Plourde at EOC Thanksgiving operation.

Holiday traditions span a range of activities. For the Skidmore Baseball Team, they always begin with service to needy neighbors in the Saratoga area. More.

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Creative Thought Works

Helene Schneider ’92

Helene Helene
Running for Congress: Helene Schneider '92, the two-term mayor of Santa Barbara, Calif., can't seem to get enough of elected office. She's running for California's 24th Congressional District, which encompasses the counties of Santa Barbara, San Luis Obispo, and a slice of Ventura. Her greatest strength: she knows how to play the political game but she chooses to focus on issues instead. More

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New York's votes could make history
Political scientist Christopher Mann tells why New York State--and the Capital Region--is feeling the love of presidential candidates. More.

Economist Joerg Bibow writes about the Greek debt crisis
"The Euro was not meant to be a prison," says Professor Bibow in this essay for "The Conversation." More.

Professor Jim Kennelly advocates for the arts
Writing in the "Irish Examiner," Kennelly reminds readers of the importance of Ireland's cultural assets. More.

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Faculty-Staff Achievements, Feb. 29, 2016

Lindner writes on "editorial gatekeeping in citizen journalism," Segrave on the magic of Quidditch, Oles explains the rise of conservatism. More

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