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On the cover: Skidmore's new apartments will house nearly 400 students. (Drawing by QPK Design)

 

 

Thistle, a stoneware sculpture by
Courtney Mattison ’08, was chosen
for the juried student art show in
the Schick Art Gallery in February.

 

 



Club scene
What do students do when they’re not in class or holed up in the library?

Inspiring young artists
Tang Museum workshops engage the minds and hands of local kids

Housing plan
New digs for students will offer perks to compete with off-campus living

 


Skidmore quiz:
Who, what, when?

 

It's not too late
(but the clock is ticking)

You can still sign up to come to Reunion
June 2–5

Visit skidmore.edu/alumni/reunion2005
or call 800.584.0115

(We’ll even take walk-ins. So don’t miss out!)

 




A new lecture series honors Karen Levin Coburn ’63, author of the acclaimed book Letting Go: A Parent's Guide to Understanding the College Years. The inaugural lecturer was philosopher Cheshire Calhoun, who discussed moral arguments surrounding same-sex marriage.

Mapping—of data and of geography—is a fast-growing tool for faculty and students in practically every major, thanks to Skidmore’s new GIS lab. Read about it here, and watch for more in the next Scope.