Also In This Issue
Big Green Scream!

The basketball teams host the Big Green Scream Feb. 16 against St. Lawrence University. Come early: The first 250 fans at both the women’s game (2 p.m.) and men’s game (4 p.m.) receive a free t-shirt. A family friendly (and free) Winter Carnival follows the men’s game.

Mike Park ‘19 dreamt of playing professional soccer but was less sure about a college major. Read about his unexpected transformation into “a walking amalgamation of athleticism and the arts.”

Skidmore Class Notes

Adam Wallace ’06 launches a digital services agency. Jean Bidlack ’75 is conducting opioid research. Angel Perez ’98 is improving access to higher education. And Alexandra Wennberg ’10 is researching Alzheimer’s disease in Italy. Read the latest class notes at alumni.skidmore.edu/classnotes. Contact Mary Monigan by email or at 800-564-0115.

Joel Quadracci '91

Join a discussion between trustees Dan Allen ’90 and Joel Quadracci ’91 in New York City, Dinner for 12 Strangers in Baltimore, four special events in Florida and more.

Melvin Alvarez '15

Recent accomplishments from the classes of 1975, 2000, 2007 and 2015.

Student leading tour at the Tang

Rachel Rosenfeld ’18 reflects on her Tang internship. Cartoonist Chris Ware lectures Feb. 28. A panel examines food justice. Explore “The Second Buddha: Master of Time,” “Like Sugar” and more at the Tang.

Ensemble Connect at the Zankel

Carnegie Hall-based Ensemble Connect performs Feb. 15. Skidmore Wind and Brass Festival, with guest quintet Windscape, offers master classes, ensemble coaching and a student concert Feb. 23. Skidmore’s orchestra performs “American Originals” March 3.

Skidmore Alumni travel

Tour Japan with Skidmore. Experience Tokyo, Mount Fuji, Kyoto, the Temple of the Golden Pavilion, Nijo Castle and ancient Nara with an optional Hiroshima visit. Explore more with the alumni travel program.

Trustee $1.5 Million Challenge

Whether students major in biology or studio art, the Center for Integrated Sciences will foster curiosity and collaboration. To support Skidmore’s single largest academic initiative, two trustees are matching gifts up to $1.5 million. Learn more about this exciting challenge.

Skidmore Shop

Show your Skidmore spirit with the latest gear from the Skidmore Shop. 

Skidmore Alumni Garden

As a service to classmates, here is a listing of deceased alumni and online obituaries recently brought to Skidmore’s attention.

For an upcoming issue of Scope, tell us about your most memorable food-related experiences at Skidmore.