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There's a lot not to like about "like," observes Linda Hall, associate professor of English, in The Chronicle of Higher Education. More.

Pfitzer analyzes new life of antiquated children's history books

His new book demonstrates how these old books were rooted in intense debate over changing ideas of childhood. More.

A better way to exercise

It's quality, not quantity, that matters most, exercise scientist Paul Arciero has shown in a study that's likely to make you rethink how you spend your time at the gym. More.

Summer conference brings interdisciplinary focus to business

A book editing assignment leads to a gathering of scholars who considered business and commercial enterprises from a variety of disciplinary perspectives. More.

Intrepid explorers

Student-faculty research kept Skidmore hopping again this summer. More.

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"My life story is the story of relationships," says JuVan Langford '10. "It's the story of relationships and angels." More

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As you like it
There's a lot not to like about "like," notes Linda Hall, associate professor of English, in The Chronicle of Higher Education. More.

Up and coming
Eighteen of the finest young musicians in the world have joined Ensemble ACJW, which will start its biannual residency at Skidmore October 14. More.

Winners and losers
The Yankees and Red Sox failed to live up to their pre-season predictions while the Orioles and Angels exceeded theirs, Skidmore statistics professor Michael Lopez shows in his "Statshead Prediction." More.

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Faculty-Staff Achievements, Oct. 13, 2014

Mintz wins national essay contest, Jaouad writes about Yaddo, Muller's research cited in national magazine, Stange writes about hunting and human nature. More

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