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Inclement Weather Update

Due to current weather conditions, Skidmore College will suspend operations Sunday, January 20, 2019.

Residence halls and the dining hall will remain open for students on campus and those who are able to return to campus on Sunday. However, all other scheduled activities have been cancelled.

Essential staff should report as scheduled. Facilities Services will continue to work throughout the storm. Read more at www.skidmore.edu/alert/

Sustainability

Upcoming events

There are currently no events planned.


 Past Events from Fall 2013

October 14–November 3, 2013: Skidmore Unplugged
Designed to promote energy-conscious behavior through education, Skidmore Unplugged encourages campus residence halls to achieve the greatest reduction in electricity usage. This year, the hall with the greatest reduction will win a water-bottle refilling station!

October 23, 2013: Food justice dialogue: "Food Accessibility—Are our decisions around food really a choice?" 6 p.m., Lucy Scribner Media Viewing Room 129
Where do you shop for food and why? Join Sustainable Skidmore and the Office of Student Diversity Programs in a dialogue about food justice as we kick off Local Food Day by examining how our environments and identities influence our experiences with food.

September 11, 2013: Campus sustainability discussion, 4 p.m., Harder 110
The Sustainability Office invites students, faculty and staff to join in on a discussion around sustainability at Skidmore. Many changes have occurred over the past few months, and we want to provide a space for the community to hear the latest updates and have any questions answered.

September 19, 2013: Advanced screening of Growing Cities with panel discussion with filmmaker. Doors open at 7:30 p.m., film at 8 p.m., Filene Hall
Advanced screening of Growing Cities, a documentary film that examines the role of urban farming in America and asks how much power it has to revitalize our cities and change the way we eat.

Co-sponsored by Farm Aid, Sustainable Skidmore and EAC.