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Kaspar production Thursday–Sunday

Theater Department to stage play addressing problems of language. More.

Orchestra to present Berlioz masterpiece

Skidmore College Orchestra in performance

The famed and challenging "Symphony Fantastique" is the Skidmore orchestra's greatest musical challenge, says Conductor Anthony Holland. More.

Filmmaking professor debuts at TriBeCa

Cecilia Aldarondo

English professor Cecilia Aldarondo has had her documentary film Memories of a Penitent Heart accepted in the renowned TriBeCa Film Festival. More.

Earth Week focus: Sustainable dining and service

Skidmore celebrates sustainability during a range of Earth Week activities. More.

Volcanic disruptions

In mountains, volcanoes spew lava that forms new land, as well as gases and particulates that promote climate change. Under the sea? The same-only more so. The Strock Lecture, on April 19, explains all. More.

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Creative Thought Works

Liz Nakian ’90

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Deputy director in the State Department's Office of the Special Envoy on Holocaust Issues, Liz Nakian '90 advises those who want to do similar work to travel as much as possible to gain exposure to different cultures, do a study abroad program or overseas internship, and learn as many languages as possible. 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, April 4, 2016

Art by Deb Hall, Doretta Miller on exhibit. More

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