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  • Skidmore News
    Wiser and more self-assured, 25 first-year students who spent their first semester in the FYE in London program have landed in Saratoga.
    Jan 29 2018
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    Many freshmen as well as upperclassmen headed off this fall for study abroad-in at least one case, "because I wanted to experience culture shock." What do they report so far?
    Nov 15 2017
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    Skidmore celebrated National History Month by highlighting a few of its women (disorderly, impressive, and creative) who influence the College and the world.
    Apr 11 2017
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    From comedy to serious social issues, from theory to practical activism, Prof. Beck Krefting is committed to "disorderly women" in American history and in the Skidmore curriculum.
    Mar 24 2017
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    Janelle Hobson will examine the limited representations of black women in film and TV in her Oct. 22 talk.
    Oct 22 2015
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    "Chaos Finds a Voice" and "Dynamics of Chaos," taught by a Spanish and a math professor, start this fall. Other intriguing courses range from "Antartica" to "Disney's America."
    Sep 2 2015
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    Skidmore's faculty in 2014 published books on topics ranging from the circus to the European Union, from classic television to children's literature and the Christian right, along with three new collections of poetry.
    Jan 17 2015
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    "All Joking Aside" "is an incredibly valuable and worthwhile read," according to the San Francisco Book Review.
    Nov 18 2014
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    In its 102nd Commencement, the College celebrated the achievements of 605 members of the Class of '13 and seven recipients of the master of arts in liberal studies.
    May 19 2013
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    Intersections, a new series of panel discussions, will consider how such topics as religion, gender, race, sexuality, nation, and class inform and frame our campus community. Come hear from fellow students, faculty, and staff?and feel free to share your own perspective.
    Oct 29 2010