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    Polling just a tiny fraction of the Skidmore community reveals a wide range of reasons to be thankful this year:
    Nov 21 2017
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    "Knowledge is as food, and needs no less her temperance over appetite," said John Milton. Try telling that to the marathoners who unceasingly recited his "Paradise Lost" for 10 hours.
    Nov 21 2017
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    A rich array of film screenings and lectures is about to get underway on campus, starting with the Sept. 30 presentation "The Photos We Don't Get to See," by historian Keven Coleman.
    Sep 29 2015
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    Prof. Sandy Welter delivered this simple message to students in her writing seminar.
    Dec 17 2012
  • Skidmore News
    Tutors from Skidmore's Writing Center are eager to work with anyone in the Saratoga Springs area who needs help with writing, from classroom assignments to those all-important college entrance essays.
    Nov 13 2012
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    Koestenbaum will address a range of issues relating to the craft of writing, including how and why he writes.
    Mar 30 2012
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    English Professor Catherine Golden will share her expertise in Victorian literature, illustration, and popular culture during her March 29 lecture. The Moseley Lecture is traditionally a high point of the academic year. (Phil Scalia photo)
    Mar 25 2012
  • Skidmore News
    The award-winning author will share some of his newest stories in the March 6 reading, which is free and open to the public. (Photo by Michael Lionstar)
    Mar 2 2012
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    Already a finalist for the Story Prize, Millhauser now also is among five finalists in the running for America's largest peer-juried prize for fiction.
    Feb 21 2012
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    Professor and Salmagundi editor Robert Boyers, author of a recent essay in AGNI magazine, was cited in a Dec. 20 New York Times op-ed column by David Brooks.
    Dec 20 2011