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Players provide a positive influence

Skidmore's women athletes celebrate National Girls and Women in Sports Day by sharing their passion for sports with young, aspiring girls. More.

'Big Green Scream' highlights basketball weekend

Big Green Scream 2018

Experience the fun from one of Skidmore's favorite winter traditions in our photo gallery highlighting recent back-to-back men's and women's basketball games. More.

The Super Bowl as cultural performance

As he told his students in his "Sport and Social Issues" class, Skidmore Professor Jeff Segrave has some advice for the 110 million people tuning in to watch the Super Bowl: Read the game as a portrait of America and American culture. More.

Recapping 2017

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Each year Skidmore shares a lot of news about research, campus life, alumni, you name it. Which homepage stories reached the most eyeballs in 2017? More.

Vis-à-vis: Hoops

Basketball season at Skidmore is fast and furious. The men are nationally ranked, the women are famously resilient—and big games are coming up. More.

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Silas Doyle-Burr ’09

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After a year as an agribusiness consultant in Beijing and a year of coursework in the sciences and trades, Economics major Silas Doyle-Burr '09 is closing in on his first anniversary as the owner and general manager of Last Resort Farm in Monkton, Vermont. 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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