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A celebration of the Skidmore Mind

In no other month at Skidmore do the creativity, innovation and achievement of students, faculty and alumni flower more abundantly than in April. Scheduled over the next 30 days are some 70 events. More.


Thanks Lucy

Nearly 500 students expressed their gratitude to Skidmore's donors on National Student Philanthropy Day. More.

American studies scholar to give Moseley Lecture Feb. 26

Professor Greg Pfitzer studies how various historical genres rise and fall. He'll discuss "popular" history and how it has changed over time. More.

Skidmore team earns patent for use of antioxidant compound

T.H. Reynolds and Jonathan Brestoff Parker have received a patent of use to explore the anti-obesity applications of MnTBAP, an antioxidant compound. More.

Johnson to unravel 'tangled story of reading" in HF talk

The ability to read is a miracle, says Rebecca Johnson of the Psychology Department. She'll explain at this year's Honors Forum lecture, at 5:30 p.m. Dec. 3. More.

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Creative Thought Works

Anne Alzapiedi '86

Anne Alzapiedi '86
Sometimes the worst events bring out the best in people. For Anne Alzapiedi '86, it was the horror of the Newtown, Conn., shootings.Read More

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Liberal Arts Success


Faculty-Staff Achievements, March 24, 2014

Rogoff's new book published, Spinner a Film Forum discussant, Stange a senior scholar for Center for Humans and Nation initiative.

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