Also In This Issue

Alumni news reports, from travels to jobs to weddings to babies, are always on view at the Class Notes site.

To be with art is all we ask: Radical Print Culture from the Steven Leiber Archive, 1967–1987 features more than 200 works on paper from the archive of Steven Leiber. The exhibit focuses on works from the first two decades of the more than 3,500 objects dating from the 1960s to the 2000s. It runs through June 3.

Upcoming campus events include a Zine Workshop April 18 at the Tang, Matt Bollinger exhibit at the Schick Art Gallery through April 22, the Skidmore Big Band April 23 at Zankel and the rowing Liberty League championships May 4 and state championships May 5, both at home.

New York City, May 20: New York Mets vs. the Arizona Diamondbacks benefit event and reception at Citi Field
   
East Dennis, Mass., May 2: Spring Asian art exhibition tour, auction and reception, hosted by Mary Ann Giddings Eldred '69, at Eldred's auction gallery

For full event listings, click here.

The Skidmore College equestrian team took first place in the Zone 2 Championship team competition at the Bergen County Equestrian Center on April 8 to earn its 19th trip to the Intercollegiate Horse Show Association national championships.

Skids spent six months in Armenia with @bostonglobetrotter, including a visit to the ancient ruins of the church of St. Harutiun (above). You can request your own Skids and share your pictures using #SkidsOnTheLoose, or email alumni@skidmore.edu.

Recent accomplishments by alumni from the classes of '08, '07, '93, '76 and '40, including a biography by Thais Sherell Jackson '93 (above).

Memorial garden

As a service to classmates, here is a listing of deceased alumni and their online obituaries that Skidmore has recently learned of.