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Freshman on Tinder Seems Really Excited to Have Room to Himself this Weekend

By Carolyn Smith

A few weeks into her first year at Skidmore, Stacey Hammel, decided to step into the dating scene. To put herself out there, she used none other than the greatest technological innovation of all time – Tinder. 173 more words

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Skidmore Missed Connections

By Quint Turner

The students of Skidmore lovehookup culture, but sometimes the two lines fail to connect. Below are a few of the most recent cases of missed connections: 221 more words

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Student Athletes Now Identify as Numbers on Sweatshirts

By Lizette Roman-Johnston

By now everybody has noticed the new athletics apparel—the matching green sweatshirts, shirts, and pants with various numbers below the Skidmore logo. Many have called the numbering of our athletes dehumanizing; do we really need numbers when we already have names? 271 more words

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Skid Complimenter Exhibits Newly Aggressive Behavior

By Lizette Roman-Johnston

If you’re like most college students, then you probably spend a lot of time on Facebook. And if you’re a Skidmore College student, then you’ve probably seen the daily posts from Facebook user “Skid Complimenter”—a page that posts anonymous compliments to people and groups of the Skidmore community. 361 more words

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Skidmore Football Team Sits Out National Anthem, Entire Game

By Jack Rosen

SARATOGA SPRINGS – In apparent solidarity with players in the NFL and people of color across the nation, Skidmore College’s football team made a brave demonstration last night. 148 more words

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The Music Scene: Review of Funkasaurus Rex's EP, Funky-Side Up

By Connor Batsimm

Haunting the Skidmore music scene for close to a decade, Funkasaurus Rex has dawned a variety of names and lineup changes. Previously, they’ve gone by “Encyclopedia Funktannica,” “Funk, Marry, Kill,” “Funky Funkches of Oats,” “The Abominable Funkmen,” “Funkus Amunkus,” “Eternal Funkshine of the Funky Mind,” “Funkpocalypse Now,” “Hurricane Funktrina” (this one was quickly changed, for being in bad taste), “Little Red Funkin’ Hood,” “Punch Funk Love,” “Funkerella,” and “Make America Funky Again,” (this one was also quickly changed, for being in even worse taste). 362 more words

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The Music Scene: Review of Cigarette Cousin's EP, Tide Pod Heart

By Connor Batsimm

Cigarette Cousin made their first footprint on the Skidmore indie rock scene during last semester’s Battle of the Bands, when halfway through their set, frontman Chris Moulty stopped everything to deliver a five-minute rant about the lack of new ideas in Skidmore’s music scene. 419 more words

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