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Welcome to The Skidmo' Daily!

We are happy to finally announce that the website for Skidmore’s favorite newspaper is now live!

We hope you enjoy the content as it initially rolls out during the fall semester of 2016, which includes web-exclusive stories, videos, fiction, and more! 33 more words

Funny

Summering at the NYS Writers Institute: 5 Lessons from & for Skidmore 

For these two weeks, I have the pleasure and privilege of participating in the NYS Writers Institute at Skidmore College in Saratoga Springs, NY. If you’re not familiar with this fantastic workshop, you can learn the… 884 more words

Writers Helping Writers

SOM Reveals Plans for New Urban District Around Philadelphia's 30th Street Station

30th Street Station anchors a new city district with up to 18 million square feet of development. Image © SOM

Skidmore, Owings & Merrill (SOM) has released plans for a new mixed-use urban district for… 277 more words

News

TRUMP'S MAKE AMERICA GREAT MESSAGE LABELED RACIALLY BIAS, RADICAL MESSAGING BY A COLLEGE: BANNED

College Fix: “A series of messages left on dry-erase whiteboards at Skidmore College during the spring semester saying “Make America Great Again” were deemed racially motivated attacks, a determination made by the school’s Bias Response Group. 148 more words

Politics

‘Women of ’69: Unboxed’ tells stories of a revolutionary graduating class of women

When the women of the college graduating classes of 1969 were growing up, they were told they should only aspire to be a teacher, nurse, or secretary. 935 more words

Charles Skidmore Perrens (1819-1887)

I came across Charles while looking into the lives of the people who had lived in a particular house in Birmingham. These included Charles’ daughter Anne. 434 more words

Abbott

Ex Cathedra: Gaudete!

Gaudete!
Ex Cathedra Consort, Jeffrey Skidmore
Milton Court. 5 December 2015

Under the inspired leadership of their artistic director Jeffrey Skidmore, Ex Cathedra has, since 1969, excelled in bringing the highest quality of choral music and related educational projects to the Birmingham area, only occasionally making very welcome visits to London. 820 more words

Concert Reviews