04/26/2017Student women in business
04/24/2017Recreating Maya artistry
04/21/2017Guggenheim for alumna filmmaker
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Her reconstructions of ancient Maya murals, from analyzing pigment chemistry to matching
artists’ lines and brush strokes, have earned faculty member Heather Hurst a Guggenheim
“It is impossible to describe the feeling when a work of art that you’ve only dreamed
about being in your show hangs in front of you,” says Hannah Traore ’17, who is curating
a Tang Museum show for her senior thesis.
Conor Pochna ’19 likes big cities but small colleges. He finds Saratoga plenty lively
and cosmopolitan, and Skidmore plenty close-knit and accessible.
And the winner is . . . Weston Stewart-Tennes ’17 and his French fry business took
the top award in this year's Freirich Business Plan Competition.
"Confident and capable of doing anything" is how you should feel after engaging with Skidmore's Women in Business Club, according to its co-president, a junior business major.
Longtime painter Laura Somer Harrison '91 morphed into an animator acclaimed for her eclectic and powerful storytelling-and for her 2017 Guggenheim Fellowship in film and video.
This month only, alumni from the classes of 1957 to 2007 who give to the Skidmore Fund will receive a special keepsake: a piece of the pink stone from Moore Hall.
Student Blogger Gabirelle Pagnozzi-Schwam '18 had the chance to attend a media and entertainment training by Jeremy Sigel '99, organized by the Career Development Center.
Antioxidants and chemical signals inside fat cells may be key targets in new treatments for obesity. A major grant is helping a Skidmore research lab discover more.
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