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Anxiety and exhilaration | Earful | Ring cycle | Closer look | Three decades of advice and counsel | Jam on

 

Jam on

Trogdor and the Burninators (with Tim Peck ’04 and Evan Flath ’04) join a jam session where students, faculty, and staff were invited to “rock out to win $200.” The bands were given two traditional Skidmore songs and the “Alma Mater”

to play in any rendition of their choosing, with winners elected by the crowd. The well-attended event (“It helps to give away free ‘I love LS [Lucy Scribner]’ T-shirts,” pronounced organizer Su­zanne Murphy ’04) was sponsored by the Student Alumni Society and the Traditions/Founders Day Committee. —MTS