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It may seem straightforward, but choosing a major -- in true liberal arts fashion
-- is an important and inspiring journey for many Skidmore students.
Take dragon fruit, whole pheasants, napa cabbage, red lentils, macadamias, and cucumbers
-- now whip up a gourmet meal. Skidmore's dining staff did it better than 10 others.
Alexander Nassief '16 says his Rum Dogs enterprise won the Freirich Business Plan
Competition thanks to mentoring by Sara Arnell '82.
\"Collaboration, innovation, and storytelling are at the heart of the John B. Moore
Documentary Studies Collaborative,\" says its director Jordana Dym. <em>(Above, Alix
Marello '19 and Wilson Espinal '17 compare ideas about a shot)</em>
From noon to 5 p.m. <em>today</em>, Jan. 20, visitors are encouraged to write public
\"letters to America\" at the Tang Museum.
For Juan De Jesus '09, Skidmore paved the way <em>out</em> of his South Bronx neighborhood,
but he chose to go back and give back, as a teacher at his old school.
Skidmore research shows that a "protein-pacing" diet helps safely release stored toxins and improve other health measures.
The 2017 Juried Skidmore Student Exhibition opens Thursday, Feb. 2, at Schick Art Gallery and includes a lecture on "art and the brain" Thursday, Feb. 9, at Filene Recital Hall.
A profile of the longtime U.S. finance mogul, Becoming Warren Buffett was produced by the award-winning production company of Teddy Kunhardt '08.
When Sara Mae Pratt '12 opened Schenectady's Puzzles Bakery and Cafe in 2015, her primary goal was to hire people with special needs who otherwise struggle to find jobs.
Skidmore alumna Melissa Winter '89 is among those making major career transitions on this Inauguration Day.
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