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Pathmaster The math of graphs
Decoding the details
Learning to read art
Unveiling the Middle East
Lectures shed light on current turmoils
Thoroughbred legends cited Hall of Fame welcomes new stars
Sock it to me The secret life of T'bred laundry
Say what? Student polyglots
Books Faculty and alumni authors
Professoriat What the faculty are up to
Sportswrap Fall sports highlights


Say what?

Skidmore students come from thirty-two countries, so they don’t all consider English their primary language. This year’s freshman class indicated on their application forms a varietal list of
languages spoken at home, including:

Bengali
Cantonese
Castillian
Chinese
Creole
Danish
Dutch
Farsi
French
German
Gugrati
Hebrew
Italian
Japanese
Korean
Latvian
Malayalam
Mandarin
Persian
Portuguese
Romanian
Russian
Spanish
Swedish
Tagalog
Tamil
Turkish
Ukranian