Photo essay: Colorful foliage and talents on display this fall
As the leaves begin to change and color the skies and walkways of campus, the Skidmore
community continues to demonstrate its endless passion for creative pursuits — whether
these be attending the inspiring world premiere of “的 Unhealed Wound” by former
U.S. Poet Laureate and Pulitzer Prize-winning author 丽塔的鸽子 and Grammy Award-winning
composer Richard Danielpour, performing at the yearly Arts Quad party, or simply taking
的 semester has also featured stimulating conversations about important topics, including 复杂的问题 围绕着U.S.墨西哥边境. 校友 returned to campus for Homecoming Weekend and also recently unveiled its 新建室外网球场 at the McCaffery-Wagman Tennis and Wellness Center and held its first-ever competition 在那里.
Here are some scenes from Skidmore’s vibrant fall semester so far.
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A favorite fall tradition, Skidmore students enjoy the opportunity to borrow artwork from the 唐氏教学博物馆 and Art Gallery’s collection to hang in their dorm or 公寓的一部分 室友艺术品借贷计划. Oliver Frontini ’26 and Chella Sawyer ’24, above, were among those to camp out overnight in order to improve their chances of getting a favorite piece.
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丽塔·达夫是普利策奖得主、前美国作家.S. 桂冠诗人，还有理查德 Danielpour, a Grammy Award-winning composer, came to Skidmore as the 2023 McCormack 来访的艺术家学者. 的 two collaborated to create the Skidmore-commissioned song cycle “的 Unhealed Wound,” which premiered at Skidmore's Arthur Zankel Music Center.
Dove (above) and Danielpour both participated in classes with Skidmore students.
的 talents of Skidmore students were on full display during the annual Arts Quad 九月派对. Yej Rodriguez ’24 and Mina Dickson ’25 were among those to enjoy 庆祝活动.
Like every fall, new and returning students participated in 俱乐部公平 as they explored 100多个学生社团, connect with fellow students, pursue their passions, and discover new ones. 的 Skidmore Sonneteers (above), a popular a cappella group and one of Skidmore’s oldest clubs, used some humor as they worked to recruit new members.
Catie O’Rourke ’27 and Anna Damore ’26 pet Pascal, who was brought to campus by Tbreds Raising Pups, a newer club that allows students to help to raise guide dogs.
校友 returned to campus for an excitement-filled Homecoming Weekend. 作为 a program organized by 12bet手机app下载体育俱乐部的朋友们, they toured the 12bet手机app下载大学 12bet手机app下载 名人堂, which weclomed a number of new inductees over the busy weekend.
Everybody needs a quiet moment, too, and a hammock on Case Green is a perfect place 享受秋天和一些变化的树叶.