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Photo essay: Campus in spring

April 7, 2020
by Sarah Condon-Meyers

Like many educational institutions, Skidmore College has moved to remote learning for the spring semester as a result of social distancing measures designed to stem the spread of the coronavirus.

Although campus is much quieter than usual, signs of spring are everywhere. The grass is greening, trees are budding and birds are chirping, offering the optimism of better days to come.

Scribner Library

Scribner Library, center, continues to support faculty, staff and students during remote learning.

A student leaves Case Center

A student runs an errand in Case Center, where the Spa, post office and other offices continue to support students.

A robin on campus

A traditional sign of spring, a robin forages among leaves on campus.

A woodpecker on campus

A woodpecker was recently spotted near the Center for Integrated Sciences site.

A student jogging on campus

A student gets some fresh air and exercise near Haupt Pond.

 

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