Also In This Issue

A fresh batch of alumni news, from travels to jobs to new babies, can be viewed now on the Class Notes site.

A performance and research course brought dance students together with clients of the Saratoga Bridges agency for citizens with developmental disabilities.

Academic Festival's 115-odd presentations of student work ranged from "hard" science, to projects blending into the social sciences and humanities, to art-blended topics, to "pure" art.

Reflecting themes of perseverance and triumph, his year's Ujima fashion show was titled "If this melanin could speak..." [video and photo gallery]

The Women in Business club used its annual conference to empower women students through engagement and discussion with impressive Skidmore alumnae. [video and podcast]

Armed with vegetables and grains, chef Marti Wolfson '02 joined students in the d-hall test kitchen as part of "Principles of Nutrition," taught by her former professor Paul Arciero in health and exercise sciences.

Neuroscience professor Dominique Vuvan has earned Grammy Museum funding for her research into the brain's processing of music and lyrics-a central factor in music therapy for a range of neurological disorders.

Summer at Skidmore features a wide range of internationally renowned artists in residence on campus. Upcoming in the Stewart's Signature Series are The Trojan Women by the Suzuki Company of Toga, Japan, June 2–3 and Stephen Petronio Dance Company on June 15. Tickets can be ordered online or at 518-580-5321.

Women's tennis won awards from Rookie of the Year to Coach of the Year, while the men broke new ground with a three-time Player of the Year. Women's lacrosse produced its first two-time All-American, and two basketball All-Americans talk here about Thoroughbred life.

Photo by quiksilverpronyguide

NYC: Join the Pride march (co-sponsored by Diversity and Inclusion Committee) June 25; Happy hour on the Frying Pan June 27

Cape Cod:
Reception with Phil and Marie Glotzbach, July 20




An alumnus has promised $150,000 to Skidmore if 1,500 other donors make any gift by May 31. To help buck the national trend of decreased participation in college giving and make a major difference for students, give today at skidmore.edu/makeagift or call 800-584-0115.

Recent accomplishments by alumni from the classes of '15, '13, '11, '03, '96, 95, '92, '81, '66, and '59, including this work by Kate Klima Wilson '95.

As a service to classmates, here is a listing of deceased alumni and their online obituaries that Skidmore has recently learned of.