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Skidmore faculty expert Jeff Segrave wants stay-at-home Olympics More.

Moneyball comes to Skidmore

Major League Baseball teams rely on deep data to drive game decisions. The Thoroughbred softball team might be next. More.

Pencils of Promise

Melvis

Melvis Langyintuo '12 successfully raised $50,000 to build two schools in his hometown of Tamale, Ghana. More.

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.

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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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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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