LectureSports Fandom as Practice of Subjectivization
palmtn gannett auditorium: why do sports matter so much to fans, who often don't play the games they watch and who have little in common with the athletes on the field? although social scientific…
FilmMy Beautiful Stutter
七星彩票复式计算器palmtn gannett auditorium: film screening: “my beautiful stutter” a screening of the awardwinning film my beautiful stutter! the inspirational story of five kids from all over the u.s. who, after…
LectureCollecting Latinidad: A Conversation with Ariana…
tang payne: join us on wednesday, february 19, at 5:30 pm, for a conversation between ariana curtis, curator of latinx studies at the smithsonian national museum of african american history and…
CommunityMoonCatcher Sewing Bee
tang payne: join us thursday, february 20, at 6:00 pm, for a sewing bee with the mooncatcher project, a grassroots volunteer organization based in schenectady, new york, that creates menstrual pads…
- Lara Ayad, assistant professor of art history, is the new host of WMHT Public Media’s arts program “AHA! A House for Arts.”
- Conner, who will become the College’s eighth president in July, paid a visit to campus, where he was welcomed by College leadership, faculty, staff and students.
- A new Skidmore tradition lets students borrow art from the Tang Teaching Museum and Art Gallery.
- The new space will provide a dedicated location to collaborate and think creatively about equity and inclusion. It will also serve as a hub for people from diverse cultures, identities, religions and other backgrounds.
- Skidmore and the local community are joining together to collect used musical instruments for students in the North Country.
- Creating Our Future: The Campaign for Skidmore has surpassed $200 million, providing new opportunities for students and reinforcing Skidmore’s position as one of the nation’s finest liberal arts colleges.
- Winter may mean snow, and some cold temperatures, but it’s also a season filled with some of our favorite traditions and events that are distinctly Skidmore.
- Students recently returned from winter break with renewed excitement and ready to take on new classes and other activities at Skidmore. Here are a few scenes from the start of the semester.
- What goes into building a new science center? Take a look at the staggering figures behind the first phase of the largest, single academic initiative in Skidmore's history.
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We’re completely committed to environmental action. From our own solar field and 29 buildings with geothermal heating and cooling, to student-run composting, gardens, and more–we’re doing it ourselves so our ecosystems, and those beyond them, can reap immediate benefits.