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Winter 2004

Scope cover, Fall 2003-Paul Dwyer '83

Students in Cabaret Troupe put on a show - scenes from Hair, to be exact - during inauguration - centennial - family weekend.


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!

 

On the cover: Hal Mayforth '75 straps on his thinking cap for another creative assignment.

(Self-portrait by Hal Mayforth)

F E A T U R E S

Does the death penalty deliver solace?
Academic forum hears families of murder victims

Straight-talking Chinatown's children
Outspoken doctor cares for her neighbors - in two languages

Centennial reflections
Tracing Skidmore values right back to Lucy herself

Illustrating life's misadventures
Cover story: Artist's everyman feels your pain

D E P A R T M E N T S

Letters

Who, what, when

Centennial spotlight

On campus

Books

Faculty focus

Arts on view

Sports

Advancement

Class notes



  Who, what, where?
Skidmore quiz:
Who, what, when?


News Breaks

IS TODAY'S CLASH OF CIVILIZATIONS simply West vs. non-West? Religious vs. secular? Tribal vs. consumerist? What are the ethics of globalization? What constitutes a "just war" against terrorism? Top thinkers tackle these issues at a conference hosted by Skidmore in February. Read about it in the next Scope.


FIGHTING IN IRAQ for four months, Marine corporal David Botti '01 returned this winter and reflected on his experience in a New York Times essay.


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