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New Buddhism studies professorship

A new tenure-track faculty position in Buddhist studies will strengthen Skidmore's offerings in both religious studies and Asian studies, thanks to a Ho Foundation grant. More.

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Speigelman art

From "Raw" to the "New Yorker," Pulitzer winner Art Spiegelman has changed the way people think about cartooning. The author of the Holocaust-centered "Maus" and the 9/11-related "In the Shadow of No Towers," Spiegelman delivers Skidmore's Steloff Lecture on Oct. 4. More.

Jewish High Holy Days at Skidmore

Jewish holidays

Services for Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur will be held at Skidmore on Oct. 2 and 3 and on Oct. 11 and 12. More.

Innovation incentives win federal grant

From medical devices to software to social startups, getting ideas off the drawing board and into the market is the mission of a new "innovation corps" program funded by an NSF grant. More.

Why do people vote the way they do?


Election season update: A Skidmore expert on the deep, existential terrors of being human will discuss how such fears may influence votes. More.

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Nick Merrill ’05

Nick Nick
Nick Merrill '05 travelled with Hillary Clinton at the Department of State, served as her press secretary when she departed, and now, as Clinton's travelling press secretary, "wields significant influence on the communications strategy" for her 2016 presidential bid, according to Politico. More

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