The Men's Baseball Team spent the Saturday before Thanksgiving partnering with the
Economic Opportunity Council to put together holiday food baskets for needy neighbors.
During the American Heart Association’s National Eating Healthy Day in November, Skidmore
nutrition undergraduates partnered with Saratoga Springs High School students on creating
delicious, nutritious snacks.
Habitat for Humanity volunteers—A new Habitat for Humanity build is about to start
in Saratoga Springs. In mid-October, a group of students assisted with lot preparation.
Volunteers are Samantha Garcia, Margot Accettura, Rashan Smith, Morgan Dagnicourt,
Grace Fairchild, Carmen Lin, and Calvin Reed.
The Skidmore Dynamics present a cappella music at the 16th annual Community Service
Awards Brunch hosted by the Saratoga Springs Rotary Foundation.
Alternative spring break in Guatemala: Skidmore students help out at the Camino Segura
Alternative spring break: Skidmore students with Habitat for Humanity in Indian River,
Sociology students, under the direction of Prof. David Karp, outside a medium-security
prison, where they worked with inmates on reintegration issues.
Student volunteers help spruce up Universal Preservation Hall.
Skidmore's new CE van: Prof. Crystal Moore and social work students head off to Saratoga
Skidmore students assist with educational programs for local children at the College's
Early Childhood Center.
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Skidmore Cares, the College’s annual holiday community-service program, is celebrating 15 years of supporting nonprofit agencies and schools in Saratoga County.
Nine young classical musicians are sharing their talents with Skidmore College and Saratoga Springs remotely this fall during the 14th biannual Ensemble Connect program residency.
During a livestreamed event, Miranda shared touching and humorous anecdotes about his career, family and "Siempre, Luis," the new HBO documentary about his life.
The political consultant will discuss his career, public service, fatherhood and the new HBO documentary "Siempre, Luis” about his life at 4 p.m. Monday, Oct. 19.
The comprehensive new site compiles voting resources, a slate of College-sponsored events and faculty analyses for easy access by the campus and broader communities.