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On the cover: Zankel Music Center plans move toward realization (Ewing Cole Architects and Michael Malone)


For some students, "away at college" can
be across Case Green from dad's office.
See more. (photo by Mark McCarty)


Harmonic progression
New music building on the fast track

Stick with me, kid
What happens when Skidmore faculty and staff
become Skidmore parents?

America's aging crisis
Faculty and alumni experts share insights on
elder care

Skidmore quiz:
Who, what, when?


100 Projects for Peace, underwritten by philanthropist Kathryn Wasserman Davis, is funding two Skidmore students this summer, one in Sierra Leone and one in Tanzania. Read more here and in the next Scope.

Skidmore is an economic driver for Saratoga Springs, not just with spending but with social and cultural assets that boost the city's quality of life. Watch for highlights of a recent economic impact report in the next Scope.

Watershed mapping, solar-plate printmaking, family roles in health care, and the zinc chemistry of E. coli are just a few of the topics explored by student researchers this year. This spring’s Academic Festival showcased many; others, doing research on campus this summer, will appear in the next Scope.