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Scope cover, Spring 2002

Skidmore’s alumni of ’73 celebrate their thirtieth reunion in vintage style. See more reunion photos here.

(photo by Paul Dwyer ’83)


Scope cover, Spring 2002
In honor of Skidmore’s centennial, pick up a copy of Make No Small Plans, researched and written by Mary C. Lynn, professor of American studies. This comprehensive history is jammed with facts and photos, personal stories and recollections, and more than 200 photographs. Order it today!

 

Dance and business major Phil LaBella ’03 is outta here. Read about him and other award-winning new grads.

(Photo by Gary Gold)

F E A T U R E S

Outward bound
Armed with skills and talents, new grads leap into the future

Kids, dogs, and the power of service
Learning to help helps troubled teens

Being there
Healing the spirit when the body is ailing

D E P A R T M E N T S

Letters

Observations

Centennial spotlight

On campus

Faculty focus

Arts on view

Sports

Books

Advancement

Class notes


  Who, what, where?
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News Breaks

SKIDMORE’S NEW PRESIDENT has arrived. He’s Philip A. Glotzbach, former vice president for academic affairs at the University of Redlands in California. Read about him here, and watch for a profile in the fall Scope.

CENTENNIAL CELEBRATIONS are busting out all over campus, and you’re invited to one of the first and biggest, on October 17-18-19. Along with Family Weekend, there will be Skidmore history exhibits and events, plus the inauguration of President Glotzbach on Saturday afternoon. Preview the jam-packed agenda.

PROSECUTORS SAY THE DEATH PENALTY OFFERS “CLOSURE” to the families of murder victims. Does it really? What do they say about it? In September, Skidmore hosts an academic symposium and exhibit to explore this aspect of capital punishment. Watch for Scope’s coverage in the winter.


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