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On the cover: Jessica Rose ’05 and other new grads are ready to ride into the real world. (Photo by Tom Grow).

 

A peaceful calm amid emotive leaps: Ronald K. Brown's dance company Evidence uses rhythm and time to stir an audience. The troupe celebrated its 20th anniversary during a three-week summer residency at Skidmore. (Basil Childers photo)

 



Charted territory
Computer data-mapping lets researchers see the whole picture

Seniors and citizens
Cover story: ’05ers hit the ground running

Get together
There's no telling what you'll see—or hear—at Reunion

 


Skidmore quiz:
Who, what, when?

 


Caffe Lena history is on display. Jocelyn Aram ’04 and Torey Adler ’95 have produced an archival exhibit, including materials from and about Skidmore alumni, about the legendary coffeehouse and folk-music venue. See the online version.

Culture shock can really hit home when you study abroad, or when your lab partner is a foreign student. How has international education changed since 9/11? Watch for an analysis in the next Scope this fall.