A spring semester filled with hope, creativity
With celebrations of community, rich academic and artistic experiences, and numerous opportunities to pursue their many unique passions, the Skidmore community has embarked on a spring semester filled with excitement and optimism about the future.
虽然重要 措施 to help contain the spread of COVID-19 措施 remain in effect, Skidmore community members have found ways to enjoy the many unique experiences that define Skidmore, from traditions like 绿色的尖叫 to the creative courses that lie at the 是hjc黄金城官网课程的核心.
Skidmore Staff Photographer Sarah Condon-Meyers recently captured these campus scenes showing a vibrant campus community as it continues to put Creative Thought Matter 转化为行动.
Miguel Aliaga Achaval ’24, left, talks will fellow students about his piece in the 2022 Juried Student Exhibition in the 锡克艺术画廊. The exhibition continues through March 8.
Anissa约瑟夫的22, left, and Luna Peralta '23 contribute to a mural marking Black 历史月. 这次活动是由 Ujima, a student club that works to bring awareness of African, 非裔美国人, and Caribbean cultures to the Skidmore campus and broader community.
Students explore opportunities to get involved in Club Fair, a showcase of scores of 学生俱乐部 在hjc黄金城官网.
The Skidmore men’s basketball team faces off against Ithaca College during the Big 绿色尖叫星期六，二月. 5. The Big Green Scream is part pep rally, part senior day, part campus-wide celebration of hjc黄金城官网田径.
Skidmore’s beautiful campus, covered by snow, always inspires.
Abby Flatau ’22 and Pema Gyalpo ’22 talk with Professor of Art 莎拉·斯威尼 during Sweeney’s Expanding the Artist Notebook course.
Kaity Chen '24, left, and Barbara Yang '24 perform as part of Lunar New Year celebrations in 中心 1月下旬.
Assistant Professor of Political Science 伊曼纽尔Balogun teaches his International Relations of the Global South course.
Associate Dean of the Faculty Pat Fehling and John Chaplin, senior director of principal gifts and presidential and trustee strategy, tour the North Wing of the Center for Integrated Sciences. The second phase of the CIS project, slated for completion this spring, will offer innovative academic experiences for all students in all majors for years to come.