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Fall 2001

Scope cover, Fall 2001

Cover photo: At Ezifundeni High School in Hluhluwe, South Africa, students clown with Kara Pirillo ’02, Suzanne Burke ’02, Elyssa Brand ’02, and Rebecca Brand ’02, members of last summer’s student-faculty study tour of South African schools. (Photo by Karen McMahon Brackett ’81)

Web cover photo: On the afternoon of September 11, students exchange thoughts, hopes, and fears at an all-college forum on Case Green. (Photo by Erin Coker/Post-Star )

 

F E A T U R E S

Must read
Retired faculty share their recommendations for books worth savoring; Denton Crocker confesses to bibliophilia

Into Africa
Students and faculty, along with local elementary-school teachers, take an in-depth tour of South Africa’s educational systems and cultures

"Lady Nurse"
Diane Fiske Haessler ’51 cares for ill and destitute children in some of the world’s poorest countries

From the grounds up
Christopher Madkour ’81 used to mow the lawns; now he’s running the show at the up-and-coming Southern Vermont Arts Center

D E P A R T M E N T S

Observations

Letters

On campus

The faculty

Sports

Arts on view

Alumni affairs and development

Class notes


 

Who, what, where?
Fall quiz:
Who, what, where?

 

Make No Small Plans Make No Small Plans, the new Skidmore history book, researched and written by Mary C. Lynn, professor of American studies, is available now. Jammed with facts and photos, personal stories and recollections, Make No Small Plans is a comprehensive, century-long history and features more than 200 photographs. Order it on the web today!


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