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  • MDOCS Storytellers' Institute will present a series of free public lectures on campus June 7–10 around the theme "surveil/surveilled."
    Jun 7 2018
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    Equipped with hands-on experience, new networks, diplomas and a dose of creative thought, grads are ready to tackle both graduate school and the working world.
    May 18 2018
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    Friendships and fun. Accomplishments and confidence. Members of the Class of 2018 share how their lives have changed from 2014 to 2018.
    May 17 2018
  • College experiences a 30 percent increase in applications over the last five years
    Apr 6 2018
  • Communications and conflict resolution scholar Jacob Udo-Udo Jacob of Dickinson College to visit Skidmore March 21-23
    Mar 9 2018
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    Each year Skidmore shares a lot of news about research, campus life, alumni, you name it. Which homepage stories reached the most eyeballs in 2017?
    Jan 4 2018
  • Beatlemore Skidmania 2017 was the last one under the oversight of its faculty founder, Gordon Thompson. He and student coordinator Will Scott '18 reflect on that and the future of the wildly popular tradition.
    Nov 20 2017
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    Public discussions that cross both cultures and disciplines are coming up soon.
    Nov 10 2017
  • "They not only collect the donations, but deliver them to our food pantry with smiling faces. We look forward to seeing them each year."
    Nov 7 2017
  • Gender and race, Judaism in India, and new media are slated for discussion this week.
    Nov 3 2017
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    Free public events this week include "Keep Dat A$$ Jumping," a lecture in youth music and gender issues.
    Oct 30 2017
  • Skidmore employees and other local residents who volunteer as ambassadors and supporters for international students often say they get more benefits than they give.
    Oct 25 2017
  • Diversity issues at the intersections of gender and race brought audiences together last week for a second year of "In It" discussions and forums.
    Oct 17 2017
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    Upcoming talks and events include art, business and a residency by a Caribbean-British writer, this year's McCormack Visiting Scholar-Artist.
    Oct 13 2017
  • A camera helped Ele Martinez express himself while he learned English as a third language. Now he's bringing cameras to youngsters in his southern Mexico homeland.
    Oct 12 2017
  • Last weekend spotlighted varsity sports and team reunions, Hispanic and African heritage events, and more.
    Oct 11 2017
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    A Hillel-sponsored talk by a Palestinian Muslim is among the guest lectures on campus soon.
    Oct 9 2017
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    Round 2 of Skidmore's "In It" diversity events, Oct. 11-13, include gender and other identity discussions featuring alumni, an eminent scholar and a student with her mother and grandmother.
    Oct 7 2017
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    Justice and rehabilitation, inequity and immobility, and other complex issues of mass incarceration in America are themes in a faculty-student project that's part of a national traveling show.
    Sep 21 2017
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    Public lectures coming up at Skidmore include expert talks on racial, environmental, and business issues.
    Sep 18 2017
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