Also In This Issue
Beatlemore 2020 logo

The 20th anniversary of Beatlemore Skidmania, the popular annual concert in which Skidmore students reinterpret Beatles classics, will be celebrated virtually this month. The video is set for release Nov. 20. T-shirts can be purchased at skidmoreshop.com. Proceeds benefit Skidmore Cares.

Class Notes

New Class Notes were published in the fall edition of Scope magazine and are now posted online. For more information, contact Mary Monigan by email or at 800-564-0115. You can submit your news online.

Marie Watt, Companion Species (Saddle), 2019

At noon Friday, Nov. 13, hear from "Never Done" exhibiting artist Marie Watt, a Seneca Nation citizen whose work draws from history, biography, Iroquois protofeminism and Indigenous teachings. Zoom registration is required.

Abigail Martin ’03

Read about alumni from the classes of 1960, 2000, 2003 and 2012.

Skidmore in the News logo

Skidmore faculty, staff and alumni are frequently featured or quoted by major media outlets. See a roundup of recent news stories with Skidmore connections.

Alumni, parents and friends have exclusive access to a variety of professional development and lifelong learning webinars. Also check the Regional Events page for upcoming virtual events.

Free shipping logo

Mark your calendars! Monday, Nov. 30, is Cyber Monday and skidmoreshop.com is offering free shipping on all orders for the day.

Skidmore Recruitment Day

Help Skidmore students with their career journeys! Our Career Development Center continues to work with alumni to build recruitment relationships for jobs and virtual internships. Email Pam Fisher, Associate Director of Employer Outreach.

Greece

The Alumni Travel Program will resume in April 2021. Visit the website to view available offerings and make a reservation. 

Skidmore license plate

Show your Skidmore pride on your ride. Custom Skidmore plates are now available in New York state.

Alumni Memorial Garden

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