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Spring 2002

Scope cover, Spring 2002

Cover photo:
Jasper Johns’s 1959 Figure 8 is one of the artworks in From Pop to Now: Selections from the Sonnabend Collection, opening at Skidmore’s Tang Museum on June 22. (Photo courtesy of the Sonnabend Collection)

Web cover photo: A traditional lion dance highlights a campus celebration of the Chinese new year, led by the Asian Cultural Association. Copyright 2002, Phil Haggerty.

 

F E A T U R E S

Opportunity of a lifetime
Eye-popping collection features modern-art masterworks

Taking care of business
Professors use varied approaches in teaching business ethics

Everybody dances
Klezmer flutist Robin Miller ’81 makes passionate, and popular, music

D E P A R T M E N T S

Observations

Letters

On campus

Faculty focus

Sports

Books

Alumni affairs and development

Class notes


  Who, what, where?
Spring quiz:
Who, what, where?


News Breaks

Skidmore Dynamics at a cappella nationals After winning local and regional contests, the Dynos joined just five other college singing groups (all from big universities) at the national championships in April. They didn't win, but they sure put on a show. The upcoming summer Scope will have the whole story.

Reunion 2002
Wondering if you should have come? Curious about who showed up? Check out the Reunion info page for all the details.

Jazz, writing, art, dance, film...
Skidmore's summer programs include lots of public concerts, readings, and performances. See the college calendar or the summer programs page for information.


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