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2023: That's a wrap

December 13, 2023

Reflecting on the past has a way of inspiring excitement for the future. As we look forward to all that 2024 will bring, we invite you to look back and celebrate the successes of 2023.

From major new projects that support health and wellness to collaborations with world-class artists, these Skidmore stories demonstrate our enduring commitment to academic excellence, community enrichment and wellness, and, of course, creative thought.

Looking ahead …

Enhancing the campus experience 
Skidmore breaks ground on the new McCaffery-Wagman Tennis and Wellness Center, providing a holistic approach to student health and wellness.  
Additional initiatives for Skidmore’s future

Strengthening our community 

Celebrating who we are ...  

Compilation of photos from 2023 stories

Diverse talents and perspectives foster a dynamic and inclusive educational community — a place where creative thought comes to life when we take risks, see where curiosity leads, and work together.  

At Skidmore, we are … 





  • Skidmore celebrates first-generation students, what they contribute to the community, and how they are supported along the way.


  • The inaugural StartUp Skidmore supports innovation and entrepreneurship through mentorship and experiential learning.
  • Freirich Business Plan Competition winner Dylan Telano ’23 turns his passions into a rapidly growing online creator platform, VoyceMe.   


  • Students aren’t the only ones who learn in a Scribner Seminar; the professors are learning, too.

Doing it all

  • Minita Sanghvi an associate professor of marketing, is also the Saratoga Springs finance commissioner and a romance author.  

Reflecting on our past …

How do you celebrate 100 years? As we concluded our College Centennial, we found moments to honor our past and make new promises for an even brighter future.  

A Skidmore Treasure Finds its Way Home

A little bit of serendipity and a whole lot of heart helped the Skidmore community rediscover a lost treasure from the College’s history and create an enduring symbol of the College Centennial.
Honoring the leaders who shape Skidmore

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