The composer and trumpeter — a Skidmore honorary degree recipient and former visiting scholar — talks about scoring “BlacKkKlansman,” the power of music to address current affairs and what it takes to make it as an artist.
ITHACA, N.Y. – Seniors Harrison Shockley and Hiro Kamei, along with junior Meredith Wagner broke school records, leading the Skidmore College swimming and diving teams in what was a strong third day of action at the Liberty League Championships, held at Ithaca College's Athletics and Events Center Friday night.
Beginning with the Class of 2003, students may withdraw from a maximum of TWO courses
during their academic career at Skidmore.
Withdrawals are required after the second week of classes and prior to final 3 weeks
of the Fall or Spring classes. Signatures of the Advisor and Instructor are required,
as is Committee on Academic Standing (CAS) approval.
The grade of "W" will appear on the student's permanent record, but will not be figured
in the grade point average. No credit is earned. Progress toward the degree is affected
by a reduction in credit hours completed. Full time status is not affected.
Forms are available in the Registrar's Office and must be returned to that office
for approval from CAS.
Students receiving a grade of "W" are considered financially liable for that course.
Withdrawal from a course during the last 3 weeks of the fall or spring semesters,
with the permission of the instructor and CAS approval, is considered as withdrawal
failing and recorded as "WF" on the transcript. The "WF" is figured into the grade
point average as an "F".