On the cover: A feel for art is just one skill plied by the Tang's curator. (Photo by Gary Gold)
Woods and waters, and their natural inhabitants, intrigue a wide variety of student and faculty researchers each summer. See “campus scene” for more.
Handle with care
Dialogue and debate and cuator's canvas
Faculty sweat the details even off duty
Diversity and identity are being talked about on campus. The summer reading for all freshmen was Life on the Color Line; and this fall anti-racisim activist Tim Wise spoke to a large crowd, Ujima sponsored a Caribbean Awareness Week, and a new student group, Hayat, sponsored a series of events on Mideast and South Asian cultures. Also, Scope talked with leaders of Ujima, Hayat, Asian Cultural Awareness, Raices, and the Pride Alliance about the issues they face -- read about it here in January.
Twenty-five years of Filene Scholarships have made their mark on Skidmore, and on the post-Skidmore lives of their recipients. Read about in the next Scope, in January.
From athletes to archeological artists, Skidmore’s Celebration Weekend honored alumni, parents, and students with awards, inductions, dedications, toasts, applause…. Read more in January’s Scope.