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On the cover: Mother Nature and the hand of man both shape Saratoga Lake. Click here for the story. (Photo by Adam Wallace '06)

 

To the rescue: Wilton Emergency Squad volenteers Nick Collins-Feay '08, Sabrina Kliman '09, Doug Morin '07, and Dave Bernstein '07 - just a few of Skidmore's civic-minded students.




International Skiddies, give us a shout!
Darren Drabek, Skidmore’s international-student coordinator, wants to hear alumni stories about traveling to and studying at Skidmore, and he's collecting advice for today’s international students. E-mail ddrabek@skidmore.edu, or join the "Skidmore International" group in Facebook.com.





Engagement notice
Skidmore plan will build more civic awareness and service into the curriculum

Politicking
Scribner Seminar turns students into pollsters and pundits

Lifelong learning
Campus programs and events serve Saratogians of all ages

Townies
Skidmore grads who've joined the local communitiy

Saratoga waterworks
Skidmore researchers help inform municipal water debates

Fun factoids
A sampling of town-gown trivia



Skidmore quiz:
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Reunion '08 starts May 29, and there's still time to register.  All alumni are welcome to join the fun:  revisit the campus --  old or new -- and reconnect with Skiddies from far and wide.  Click here for signups, schedules, travel help, and a list of classmates planning to be there.

A possible closure of University Without Walls is a hot topic around campus lately. For the pros and cons, and some thoughts in between, click here.

Are you well Webbed? The next Scope Quarterly will feature Skidmore's academic and cocurricular uses of the Internet, as well as stories of alumni who are innovators, or just innovative users, in the wired world. Tell us your story, and be sure to include a link to your site!