Campus News

New angles mark fall courses

"Chaos Finds a Voice" and "Dynamics of Chaos," taught by a Spanish and a math professor, start this fall. Other intriguing courses range from "Antartica" to "Disney's America."

Rochelle Calhoun, VP for student affairs, leaving for Princeton

Her new title at the Ivy League university is vice president for campus life. Athletics Director Gail Cummings-Danson will serve as interim vice president in the 2015-16 academic year.

Far-reaching research

From power plant emissions to Turkish politics to age and college success, 88 students are covering the research landscape.

City is the focus of national magazine

National Geographic Traveler urges readers to "explore a blue-ribbon town that raises the stakes in summer" in its current edition. Read more about Saratoga's latest turn in the spotlight.

Skidmore's UWC scholars are global student-citizens

United World Colleges want to make education a force to united people, nations and cultures for a peaceful, sustainable future. Skidmore's UWC schoalrs are living that mission.

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