Performance - MusicWindscape
Zankel Music Center: Tara Helen O'Connor, flute Randall Ellis, oboe David Jolley, horn Alan R. Kay, clarinet Frank Morelli, bassoon Tickets: $8 adults, $5 seniors/Skidmore, free for students and…Read More
LectureWinter/Miller Lecture: Chris Ware
TANG Payne: Join us for the second annual Winter/Miller Lecture at 6:00 pm Thursday, February 28, 2019, featuring acclaimed cartoonist and author Chris Ware. Ware, hailed as a master of the comic…Read More
Performance - MusicSkidmore College Orchestra
Zankel Music Center: American Originals Anthony G. Holland, Conductor CHARLES IVES YalePrinceton Football Game Postlude in F SOPHIE KASTNER ‘19 Student composer,…Read More
- The Skidmore College men's and women's basketball teams wrapped up their regular seasons in a big way in front of 1,200 raucous spectators at the annual Big Green Scream.
- You may spend several years, hundreds of days and thousands of hours here, but how well do you really know Skidmore College? Test your knowledge with our 20-question quiz.
- Terence Durrant '19 will graduate with a double major, a minor and a job already lined up. But there's some advice he wishes he'd heard four years ago.
- Since we’re home to the National College Comedy Festival and several well-known improv and sketch groups, we must ask: is Skidmore the perfect place for comedy?
- Emily Lazar '93 won a Grammy for Best Engineered Album, Non-Classical for her work on Beck's Colors album. She is the first woman to win in the category.
- Numerous lectures and conferences bring premiere speakers to Skidmore’s campus, engaging students in critical conversations.
- Meet Mike Natter ’08, a “passionate humanities guy” who got hooked on neuropsychology and drawing. Now, he’s a resident physician at NYU’s Langone Medical Center.
- In the words of poet Ogden Nash, “Smooth and clean and frosty white; The world looks good enough to bite. That's the season to be young; Catching snowflakes on your tongue.”
- NK Mabaso, a senior from South Africa, offers advice for future international students and laughs at a few experiences in the United States that caught her by surprise.
We believe that every life is made more profound with creativity at its core.Read More
We’re completely committed to environmental action. From our own solar field and 29 buildings with geothermal heating and cooling, to student-run composting, gardens, and more–we’re doing it ourselves so our ecosystems, and those beyond them, can reap immediate benefits.