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On the cover: Hands full: A typical student day is jam-packed, from studio to laboratory, from kitchen to nightclub. (Photos by Josh Gerritsen '06)

 

Consciousness and the privacy of thought are explored in Janet Cardiff and George Bures Miller’s Paradise Institute (wood, theater seats, video, headphones), featured in the Tang’s And Therefore I Am exhibition. (Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C.; courtesy of the artists and Luhring Augustine, New York)

 





Free to focus
FYE gets freshmen zeroed in early

Lasting Impact
When Katrina crashed, students rolled into action

Dining out by dining in
Personalized options to bring everyone to the table

A day in the life
What do students do all day? See for yourself

 


Skidmore quiz:
Who, what, when?

Reunion

Join the crowd. There's no telling what will happen. Reunion 2006

June 1-4

Have a blast • Hug your long-lost friends
Go back to class • Picnic on the green
Join the parade • Go out on the town
Dig the fireworks • Stay up til all hours

Come see for yourself: Join the gang at Reunion, June 1–4. Just click here.

 


Taking care of business, hundreds of Skidmore alumni have joined a business professionals’ network. The brainchild of a few NYC alumni who gather each month, the network is now booming, as members across the nation use its listserv and Web site to share job leads, B-to-B product and service advice, and other ideas. Click here for details.

Moore is no more! That’s right, Skidmore is selling Moore Hall, in a move to enhance the residential community of campus proper. Scope will offer a fitting memoorial to the legendary, notorious, much-loved, much-hated, always unique Pink Palace. Stay tuned…