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Snowfall ushers in winter break at Skidmore

December 18, 2020

Scribner LIbraryThe first major snowfall of the season came quickly, covering Skidmore’s campus with waist-high snow and presenting scenes of wintery peace, beauty and wonder during this holiday season.

Almost three feet of snow — nearly a record — fell in less than 24 hours on Skidmore College's tranquil campus in Saratoga Springs, New York. 

Staff Photographer Sarah Condon-Meyers captured these wintery scenes following the Dec. 17 storm.  

A path through a snow-covered campus

Haupt Pond

Sussman Village

Adirondacks in front of Scribner Library

Wachenheim Field

The Tang Teaching Museum

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