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Class of 2020 - Skidmore College
Class of 2020
September 2016
Welcome to Skidmore and the beginning of what we hope will be a rewarding four years. The New
Student Orientation schedule outlines the next week of activities, some of which are academic and
intellectual, others purely fun. Please review the schedule thoroughly.
As you might gather, all of the events have been carefully planned and organized to help you make a
successful transition to Skidmore College, which is why your presence at all events is expected, not
optional. We’re confident that you will participate with the enthusiasm and commitment that is already
characteristic of the Class of 2020.
Many members of the Skidmore community – faculty, staff and students – have come together during
this orientation period to give you the best possible introduction to the academic, residential and cocurricular experience at Skidmore. We are a strong community and proud of our interrelationships and
shared commitments. We hope that as you participate with us in these orientation discussions and
activities, you too will begin to grasp the significance of ‘community’ at Skidmore, and will be eager to
make your own contributions over the next four years.
The First-Year Experience Office is open to you throughout the year, so please stop by to introduce
yourself, to discuss any concerns you may have, or to share your experiences and ideas about
attending college. We look forward to meeting you!
Janet Casey
Director of the First-Year Experience
Professor of English
Office of the First-Year Experience
518-580-8111
[email protected]
Schedule at a Glance
Sunday
Sept. 4, 2016
Welcome
Monday
Sept. 5, 2016
Settling In
Tuesday
Sept. 6, 2016
Preparing for
Class
Time
Event
Location
8:30a - 12:00p
9:00a - 1:00p
1:30p - 4:15p
1:30p - 4:15p
1:30p - 3:45p
4:15p - 5:30p
5:30p - 7:00p
5:30p - 7:00p
5:30p - 7:00p
8:30p - 9:45p
10:00p-1:00a
New Student Check-in
Information Walkway
Transfer Student Orientation
First-Year Orientation & Class Picture
Parent Orientation
New Student Convocation
First-Year Orientation Dinner
Transfer Student Orientation Dinner
President's Reception for Families
Residential Life New Student Floor Meeting
Class of 2020 Welcome Social
Residence Halls
Outside of Murray-Aikins Dining Hall
Murray-Aikins Dining Hall - 2nd Floor
Meet Scribner Seminar at Case Walkway
Arthur Zankel Music Center
Williamson Sports Center
Murray-Aikins Dining Hall
Murray-Aikins Dining Hall - 2nd Floor
Scribner House (families only)
Time
Event
Location
10:00a - 1:00p
11:00a - 1:00p
1:00p - 2:30p
1:00p - 2:30p
2:40p - 4:50p
6:30p-8:00p
9:00p
Exploremore Skidmore
Taste of Saratoga
Transition to College Panel
Transfer Student Hike (optional)
Dining Services Work Study Orientation
Sex Discussed Here!
Movie Night on the Green Featuring Zootopia
Case Green
Case Green
Arthur Zankel Music Center
Wilson Chapel
Murray-Aikins Dining Hall - 2nd Floor
Arthur Zankel Music Center
Case Green
Time
Event
QR Exam (by invitation only)
Location
8:00a - 9:45a
QR Review (for those who have not fulfilled QR1)
8:30a - 9:45a
10:00a - 12:00p Scribner Seminar First Meeting
10:00a - 12:00p &
Individual Advising for Transfers
1:00p - 3:00p
QR Exam (Please see page 9 for details.)
12:00p - 6:00p
Residence Halls, Floor Lounge
Case Center - Porter Plaza
Harder 201, 202, & 203
Davis Auditorium
Refer to back cover for assigned locations
Starbuck 201
12:30p - 5:00p
3:30p - 4:30p
4:30p - 6:30p
7:00p - 9:00p
Individual Advising for Scribner Seminars
Special Advising Sessions
Founders Day BBQ
Entertaining Diversity: "Other: The New Normal"
Harder 201, 202, & 203
Faculty Offices
Refer to Sept. 8th section for locations
South Park Green (tent)
Arthur Zankel Music Center
9:30p - 10:15p
Community Values Floor Meeting
Residential Halls, Floor Lounge
All first-year students are required to attend events in black. All transfer students are required to attend events in red. Bolded
items are mandatory for all new students.
Schedule at a Glance
Wednesday
Sept. 7, 2016
Classes Begin
Time
Event
4:00p - 5:15p
5:15p - 6:45p
6:30p - 7:00p
7:00p
QR Review (for those who have not fulfilled QR1)
QR Exam (for those who have not fulfilled QR1)
Location
Davis Auditorium
Davis Auditorium
Special Advising for Theater
JKB Theater- Blackbox
Theater Department General Meeting and Audition JKB Theater
Workshop
UpComing Events
Friday
Time
Event
Location
3:30p - 5:00p
5:00p - 6:30p
11:00p
Getting Involved: SGA Club Fair
Students of Color Mixer (Invitation Only)
Late Night @ The Spa
Case Green
Case Center, Saratoga Room (The Spa)
Case Center, The Spa
Time
Event
Location
5:00p & 8:00p
SGA Club Showcase
Zankel Music Center
Monday
Time
Event
Location
Sept. 12, 2016
8:00p
Summer Reading Keynote Address
Arthur Zankel Music Center
Tuesday
Time
Event
Location
4:00p - 5:00p
5:00p - 6:00p
President's Reception
President's Reception
Scribner House
Scribner House
Time
Event
Location
4:00p - 5:00p
5:00p - 6:00p
President's Reception
President's Reception
Scribner House
Scribner House
Sept. 9, 2016
Saturday
Sept. 10, 2016
Sept. 13, 2016
Wednesday
Sept. 14, 2016
All first-year students are required to attend events in black. All transfer students are required to attend events in red. Bolded
items are mandatory for all new students.
Welcome to Skidmore College
Sunday, September 4
8:30 am – 12:00 pm
New Student Check-In
11:00 am – 1:15 pm
Complimentary Lunch
Residence Halls
Murray-Aikins Dining Hall
Complimentary lunch for new students and their
families.
Students should go directly to their assigned
residence hall to check in.*
For students who submitted ID photos, IDs can
be obtained at each res. hall’s designated
Skidmore ID station. Residence halls open at
8:30 AM.
*Students who did not submit photos must
report to the Card Office in Starbuck 101
before going to their res. hall.
Look for appropriately t-shirted members of our
athletic teams, Admissions Ambassadors, Peer
Health Educators, Peer Advocates, and student
volunteers to help you move in and to answer
your questions.
9:00 am – 1:00 pm
Information Walkway
Murray-Aikins Dining Hall – Atrium and Outside Walkway
Representatives will be on hand from Information
Technology, E&R Laundry Service, Apogee,
SEFCU, Bank of America, Office of Student
Employment*, and the First-Year Experience.
Please stop by the Information Table with any
questions you might have about the day.
****
*Attention students working on campus in the
fall: please come visit the Student Employment
staff with your student employment paperwork
and your identification.
Vehicle Registration
For security purposes, students must register their
vehicle as soon as possible. Make certain you have
your vehicle registration and Skidmore ID when
registering your vehicle with Campus Safety.
To register your vehicle, go to
www.skidmore.edu/campus_safetyvehicles/index.php
and enter all of your information.
1:30 pm – 4:15 pm
Transfer Student Orientation
Murray-Aikins Dining Hall - 2nd Floor
New transfer students meet as a group with staff
from various offices for an important review of
academic information regarding requirements,
programs,
academic
opportunities,
and
instructions on how to modify your schedule.
Advising appointments will be scheduled for
Tuesday, September 6 as needed.
1:30 pm – 4:15 pm
First-Year Orientation & Class Picture
Meet Scribner Seminar at Case Center Walkway
All first-year students meet with their Scribner
Seminar peer mentor & classmates at Case
Center Walkway. Look for signs with Seminar
titles posted on the pillars of the walkway.
At 3:00 pm all students should proceed to the
Wachenheim Field bleachers for the Class of
2020 picture. Students will then line up in the
Sports Center parking lot for the formal
procession into the Sports Center for New
Student Convocation.
1:30 pm – 3:45 pm
Parent Orientation: “Academics. Joining
Community. Health, Wellness and Safety. Thinking
Ahead.”
Arthur Zankel Music Center (Simulcast in Filene Recital Hall)
This panel of campus experts (students, faculty
and staff members) will introduce you to key
themes that emerge in the first year (sometimes
in the first few hours) for all students. We want to
make sure that you have the information and
resources you will need to help your student
learn, live and thrive here at Skidmore. There will
be time for Q&A and discussion following the
presentation. Individual staff members from
offices will also be available after the panel to
answer any remaining questions.
Once concluded, all families should proceed to the
Williamson Sports Center for New Student
Convocation.
4:15 pm – 5:30 pm
New Student Convocation
Williamson Sports Center
All new students and families are invited to this
official Skidmore College welcome by Philip A.
Glotzbach, President; Mary Lou Bates, Vice
President and Dean of Admissions and Financial
Aid; Janet Casey, Director of the First-Year
Experience; Andrew F. Hughes `92, HD Advisors
LLC, Founder; and Dorothy Parsons ‘17, Student
Government Association President.
5:30 pm – 7:00 pm
President’s Reception for Families of New
Students
Scribner House – 791 N. Broadway
President Glotzbach and Marie Glotzbach invite
all families of first-year and transfer students to
Scribner House, originally the home of
Skidmore’s founder, Lucy Skidmore Scribner.
Members of the faculty and administrative staff
also will be present to greet parents. Light
refreshments will be served. Parents depart
campus after the reception.
5:30 pm – 7:00 pm
We’ve Come From Everywhere to Get Here:
Welcome Dinner
Murray-Aikins Dining Hall
New students join the peer mentors for dinner.
New students will learn more about Orientation
and the first few weeks of classes. Please bring
your ID card; you will need it to enter the dining
hall.
5:30 pm – 7:00 pm
Transfer Student Orientation Dinner
Murray-Aikins Dining Hall – 2nd Floor
New transfer students are invited to an informal
dinner to meet administrative and peer advisors.
This dinner is an opportunity for transfer students
to learn more about Orientation activities and
campus life.
8:30 pm – 9:45 pm
Residential Life New Student Floor Meeting
Respective Residential Hall Floor Lounge
Meet your RA and fellow new students on your
floor. Learn about the various resources
Skidmore College has to offer.
10:00 pm – 1:00 am
Class of 2020 Welcome
Case Center, Porter Plaza – (rain location-The Spa)
Come on out to Porter Plaza and enjoy lawn
games, DJ and dancing, and FREE Ben and
Jerry’s Ice Cream. Meet your classmates in a
relaxed atmosphere.
What’s open during Orientation?
The Skidmore Shop Hours:
Sunday, Sept. 4: 9:00am - 4:00pm
Monday, Sept. 5: 8:30am – 6:00pm
Tuesday, Sept. 6: 8:30am - 6:00pm
Wednesday, Sept: 7: 8:30am – 6:00pm
The Skidmore Post Office Hours:
Sunday, Sept. 4: 10:00am – 2:00pm
Monday, Sept. 5: 9:00am – 4:30pm
Tuesday, Sept. 6: 9:00am – 5:00pm
MyResNet (Apogee) representatives will be on
campus Sunday, September 4th 9:00a – 1:00p.
Campus Safety is open 24 hours a day, seven days
a week at x5566 for emergencies or for nonemergencies call x5567. From off-campus, call
Music Department Auditions
Ensembles
Brass Ensembles
Contact Patrice Malatestinic during the first week of classes to
schedule an audition: 518-587-7717.
Concert Band
All are welcome. Informational meeting and first rehearsal
Thursday, September 8th at 7:00 pm in Beckerman Ensemble
Room, Zankel 006. Individual auditions to determine seating
will be Tuesday, September 13th (scales and sight-reading) in
Zankel 006. For more information, text Milton Lee at 518-4968501.
Skidmore Guitar Ensemble
Contact Joel Brown during the first week of classes to schedule
an audition: 518-580-5324 or Zankel 211.
Skidmore Jazz Ensemble (Big Band)
518.584.2021.
Auditions and first rehearsal are Monday, September 12th at
6:30 pm in Beckerman Ensemble Room, Zankel 006.
Department
Hours
Card Office
Sun. 9/4: 8:30a-2:00p
Mon. 9/5: 8:30a-4:30p
Tues. 9/6: 8:30a-4:30p
Sun. 9/4: 10:00a-2:00p
Mon. 9/5: 8:30a-4:30p
Tues. 9/6: 8:30a-4:30p
Sun. 9/4: 8:30a-4:30p
Mon. 9/5: 8:30a-4:30p
Tues. 9/6: 8:30a-4:30p
Sun. 9/4: 9:00a-1:00p
Mon. 9/5: 9:00a-3:00p
Tues. 9/6: 8:30a-4:30p
Sun. 9/4: 9:00a-1:00p
Mon. 9/5: 9:00a-3:00p
Tues. 9/6: 9:00a-5:00p
Sun. 9/4: 9:00a-1:00p
Mon. 9/5: 9:00a-3:00p
Tues. 9/6: 9:00a-5:00p
Sun. 9/4: 9:00a-3:00p
Mon. 9/5: 9:00a-1:00p
Tues. 9/6: 8:30a-4:30p
Sun. 9/4: Closed
Mon. 9/5: 10:00a-12:00p
Tues. 9/6: 8:30a-4:30p
Sun. 9/4: 12:00p-6:00p
Mon. 9/5: 7:00a-5:00p
Tues. 9/6: 7:00a-8:00p
Starbuck 101
Bursar/Financial Aid
Office
Starbuck 101
Residential Life
Rounds Hall
Registrar
Starbuck 203
Health Services
Jonsson Tower
Counseling Center
Jonsson Tower
Scribner Library
IT Help Desk
Scribner Library
Williamson Sports
Center
Small Jazz (Combos)
Auditions will be the first week of classes – sign-up sheet on
Zankel 118. Contact John Nazarenko for info: 518-580-5332
or [email protected]
String Ensembles
Contact Michael Emery during the first week of classes to
schedule an audition: 518-466-6691 or email
[email protected]
Vocal Chamber Ensemble (VCE)
For audition information, contact Katie Gardiner at
[email protected]
Wind Chamber Ensembles
Auditions on W-Th-F, September 7th thru 9th. Instructions for
audition and sign-up sheets will be posted on the door of
Zankel 119.
Chorus and Orchestra
Chorus
Come to 1st rehearsal Wednesday, September 7th at 6:30 pm in
Helen Filene Ladd Concert Hall. Contact Kate Gardiner with
questions [email protected]
Orchestra
Please contact Dr. Holland to schedule an audition:
[email protected] Auditions must be completed prior
to Sunday, September 11th.
Voice Lessons
Auditions Friday, September 9th, 10 am – 1 pm. Please go to
Zankel 207 prior to those dates for audition sign-ups and
course info.
For other private audition requirements, please contact the
instructor or inquire in the Music Department.
Settling In
Monday, September 5
7:00 am – 10:00 am
Breakfast
Murray-Aikins Dining Hall
Limited breakfast after 8:45am.
9:00 am – 10:00 am
Free Time: Taking Care of Business
On Campus
Please use this opportunity to take care of
anything you were unable to do yesterday on
campus.
Getting to know the Campus and
Community
10:00 am – 1:00 pm
Exploremore Skidmore
Various Locations
Each Scribner Seminar and new transfer
students will explore at least 10 places and/or
offices on campus to familiarize new students
with key resources. There will be several optional
stops on campus for further exploration as well.
11:00 am – 1:00 pm
Taste of Saratoga
Case Green [rain location – Case Center Walkway]
Get to know your campus and local vendors.
12:00 pm – 1:00 pm
Lunch
Murray-Aikins Dining Hall
1:00 pm – 2:30 pm
Transitions: Skidmore Students Discuss the
Choices, Opportunities, and Challenges of College
Arthur Zankel Music Center (Simulcast in Filene Recital Hall)
1:00 pm – 2:30 pm
Transfer Student Optional Hike through North
Woods
Outside Wilson Chapel
Peer Mentors will introduce you to Skidmore’s
North Woods through an easy hike. They will
discuss the natural and cultural history of the
woods. (Wear sturdy shoes.)
2:40 pm – 4:50 pm
Orientation for Dining Services Student Workers
Murray-Aikins Dining Hall - 2nd Floor
All students working in Dining Services need to
pick up their fall semester work schedule and
everything else needed to begin work in Dining
Services. Make sure to bring your Skidmore ID
and class schedule with you (work begins on the
first day of classes, Wednesday, September 7).
5:00 pm – 6:20 pm
Dinner
Murray-Aikins Dining Hall
6:30 pm – 8:00 pm
Sex Discussed Here!
Arthur Zankel Music Center
(Simulcast in Filene Recital Hall)
Marshall Miller and
Dorian Solot teach sex education unlike any
you’ve had before – this is definitely NOT your
high school health class.
9:00 pm
Drive-In Movie Night on the Green Featuring
Zootopia
Case Green
Preparing for Class
Tuesday, September 6
7:30 am – 9:30 am
Breakfast
Murray-Aikins Dining Hall
Quantitative Reasoning
Requirement Information
Students who have not fulfilled the QR1 requirement
through SAT or ACT test scores may fulfill QR1 by
passing the QR Exam. Students have 4 opportunities to
take and pass the QR exam during their first two
semesters at Skidmore. Otherwise, students must fulfill
QR1 by successfully completing MA 100 by the end of
their sophomore year. The QR exam will be offered
several times throughout orientation week and regularly
throughout the academic year.
Student enrolled in a QR2 course for the fall 2016
semester must fulfill QR1 by Friday 9/9/16.
Note: QR1 is fulfilled by the following test scores: 630 or
higher on the MSAT I, a score of 570 or higher on the
Mathematics SATII, or a score of at least 28 on the math
component of the ACT.
8:00 am – 9:45 am
Quantitative Reasoning Exam
Harder Hall 201, 202, & 203
This exam time is only for students who are
enrolled in a QR2 course and still need to fulfill
QR1. Students planning to take the exam in this
time block should sign up with Kim Newsom
[email protected] or Rachel Roe-Dale
[email protected] .
The exam is untimed, but students should allow
75 minutes to take the exam and should bring
their Skidmore ID, #2 pencils, and a working
hand-calculator. Cell phones are not allowed
during the exam for any reason.
8:30 am – 9:45 am
Quantitative Reasoning Review Session
Palamountain Hall, Gannett Auditorium
This review session is optional, but attendance is
strongly encouraged for any student planning to
take the QR Exam during orientation week.
10:00 am – 12:00 pm
Faculty and Peer Mentors meet their Scribner
Seminar Groups
See room assignment at the back of the schedule.
First-year students will meet with their faculty and
peer mentor, learn how to establish a rewarding
connection and receive important information
about how to meet the academic challenges of
college. You will also learn about academic
opportunities and support services, how to modify
your course schedules and sign-up for individual
advising appointments. Please bring your
summer reading book and yellow 2016-2017 New
Student Advising and Registration Guide.
10:00 am – 12:00 pm
1:00 pm – 3:00 pm
Individual Advising/Registration Appointments for
Transfer Students
Starbuck Center 201
Transfer students may schedule one-on-one
advising meetings with members of the Office of
Academic Advising and/or the Registrar to help
with last minute scheduling questions and
concerns.
12:00 pm – 1:00 pm
Lunch
Murray-Aikins Dining Hall
12:00 pm – 6:00 pm
Quantitative Reasoning Exam
Harder Hall 201, 202, & 203
12:00 pm – 3:00 pm – QR exam for students with
last name A-L.*
3:00 pm – 6:00 pm – QR exam for students with
last name M-Z.*
The exam is untimed, but students should allow
75 minutes to take the exam. Please bring your
Skidmore ID, #2 pencils, and a working handcalculator. Cell phones are not allowed during the
exam for any reason.
(*if you would like to take the exam and have a
conflict with the time block assigned to your last
name, you may attend the other block. Please
note that no students will be allowed to begin the
exam after 4:45 pm.)
12:30 pm – 5:00 pm
Individual Advising Appointments with Scribner
Seminar Instructors
Faculty Offices
First-year students will meet one-on-one with
their faculty mentors. Topics for discussions may
include aspirations for college, career goals,
academic background, and possible course
schedule changes. Instructors will have a copy of
each student’s Reflection and Projection letter
(RAP).
Chinese & Japanese Minor Program Special
Advising
Palamountain Hall, 401
Mao Chen, Professor and Masako Inamoto,
Assistant Professor in World Languages and
Literatures, will introduce you to the Chinese and
Japanese minors.
Social Work Special Advising
Tisch Learning Center, 302
Pat Oles, Associate Professor and Chair of Social
Work and Director of the Social Work Program.
3:30 pm – 4:30 pm
Special Advising Sessions
Faculty will give an overview of the following majors,
minors, and programs, as well as answer your
questions.
Arts Administration Special Advising
Filene Hall, 115
David Howson, Associate Professor and Arthur
Zankel Director of Arts Administration.
Art Special Advising
Saisslein Art Building, 202
David Peterson, Professor of Art and Chair,
Department of Art. Session includes a digital art
presentation of the Art Department, an overview
of requirements, and ends with a question and
discussion period.
Asian Studies Special Advising
Palamountain Hall, 201
Ben Bogin, Associate Professor, Department of
Asian Studies.
Education Studies Special Advising
Palamountain Hall, 200
Hope Casto, Chair and Associate Professor,
Department of Education Studies.
Engineering Special Advising
Harder Hall, 209
Rachel Roe-Dale, Associate Professor,
Department of Mathematics.
World Languages Placement Advice and Exams
Media and Film Studies Minor Program Special
Advising
Tisch Learning Center, 301
Beck Krefting, Assistant Professor of American
Studies and Director of Media and Film Studies,
will introduce the college’s newest minor.
Off-Campus Study and Exchanges Advising Session
Palamountain Hall, Emerson Auditorium
It is never too early to think about study
abroad. This session will introduce you to study
abroad options and requirements for Skidmore
students. All are welcome, especially students
considering
majors
with
strict
course
requirements.
4:30 pm – 6:30 pm
Founder’s Day BBQ
South Park Green
Please join the rest of Skidmore community in
celebrating the founders of our campus.
7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
“Other: The New Normal,” with Teja Arboleda
Arthur Zankel Music Center (Simulcast in Filene Recital Hall)
Other: The New Normal addresses the enigma of
cultural, racial, and ethnic identity. Using brilliant
imagery, Arboleda tells his compelling personal
story about race, denial, culture, immigration, and
transformation. This fast-paced show will make
you laugh and cry in the same moment, while
triggering empathy with the drama of struggling
with one’s identity in a divided world.
Palamountain Hall, 429 (Language Resource Center)
Cindy Evans, Director of the Language Resource
Center.
9:30 pm – 10:15 pm
Community Values Floor Meeting
Health Professions Special Advising
Respective Residential Hall Floor Lounge
Meet your entire floor to talk about ways to
create the type of community you want to
experience.
Palamountain Hall, Davis Auditorium
Pat Fehling, Professor, Department of Health
and Exercise Science.
Classes Begin
Wednesday, September 7
Murray-Aikins Dining Hall Fall Hours
Mon.-Thurs.
Friday
Saturday
Sunday
7:00 am - 11:00 pm
7:00 am – 9:00 pm
9:00 am – 9:00 pm
11:00 am – 9:00 pm
4:00 pm – 5:15 pm
QR-Review Session
Palamountain Hall, Davis Auditorium
5:15 pm – 6:45 pm
QR Exam
Palamountain Hall, Davis Auditorium
Please bring your Skidmore ID, #2 pencils, and a
working hand-calculator. Cell phones are not
allowed during the exam for any reason.
6:30 pm – 7:00 pm
Theater Department Info Session for First-Year
Students and Transfer Students
JKB Theater, Black Box
This session is for first-year and transfer students
only. This session will go over information specific
for first-years and transfers that will not be
discussed
during
the
general
meeting
immediately following this session.
7:00 pm
Theater Department General Meeting
JKB Theater
Open to everyone interested in theater. This
seminar will give you an opportunity to meet the
theater faculty and staff and other students
involved in theater. You will learn about
departmental requirements, course offerings, and
what the Skidmore Theater Company and the
workshop program are all about. You can also
sign-up for auditions and place your name on a
waiting list for closed theater courses.
Friday, Sept 9
3:30 pm – 5:00 pm
Getting Involved: SGA Club Fair
Case Green
Check out the many clubs, organizations, and
Student Life resources at Skidmore. This is a
great way to begin to explore new interests and
get involved in Campus Life. Meet other students
and talk to club members about how to get
involved.
5:00 pm – 6:30 pm
Students of Color Welcome Mixer
Case Center, The Spa
By invitation only.
6:30 pm – 10:30 pm
General Theater Auditions
JKB Theater
General auditions for Skidmore Theater’s fall
productions. Auditions are open to everyone, and
new students are frequently cast.
11:00 pm
Late Night @ The Spa
Case Center – The Spa
Saturday, September 10
General Theater Audition Callbacks
If you have any questions, call x5430 or x5431
8:00 pm
SGA Club Showcase
Zankel Music Center
Get a taste of Skidmore’s student performance
clubs.
\
Audition Workshop
JKB Theater
Immediately following the General Meeting. This
session is an opportunity to learn about the
Skidmore audition process.
Sunday, September 11
General Theater Audition Callbacks
If you have any questions, call x5430 or x5431
Monday, September 12
8:00 pm – 10:00 pm
Summer Reading Keynote Address by Professor
Emily Bernard, University of Vermont:
Between the World and Me: Ta-Nehisi Coates on
What it Means to be an American.
Safety Orientation for Students
All Skidmore College students are required by state
mandate to attend Safety/Fire Safety meetings at the start
of the fall semester. Meetings are mandatory and will take
place in early September. Be on the lookout for more
information from the Office of Residential Life.
Arthur Zankel Music Center
Athletic Contacts
Baseball
Golf
Riding
Softball
Basketball
Tuesday, September 13
4:00 pm – 5:00 pm
5:00 pm – 6:00 pm
President’s Reception
Scribner House - 791 N. Broadway
Please join President Glotzbach and Marie
Glotzbach for a reception at Scribner House,
originally the home of Skidmore’s founder Lucy
Skidmore Scribner. Dress attire is requested.
Invitations will be distributed on September 6th
with the designated day and time for your
Scribner Seminar to attend.
Wednesday, Sept 14
Ice Hockey
Lacrosse
Soccer
Tennis
Crew
Swimming &
Diving
Field
Hockey
Volleyball
Ron Plourde
Tom Oppedisano
Cindy Ford
Hannah Shalett Quintana
M – Joe Burke
W – Darren Bennett
Rob Hutchison
M – Tucker Kear
W – Elizabeth Ghilardi
M – Jeremiah Kneeland
W – Lacy Largeteau
M – Nate Simms
W – Curt Speerschneider
Jim Tucci
Jill Belding Greenleaf
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President’s Reception
Scribner House - 791 N. Broadway
Please join President Glotzbach and Marie
Glotzbach for a reception at Scribner House,
originally the home of Skidmore’s founder Lucy
Skidmore Scribner. Dress attire is requested.
Invitations will be distributed on September 6th
with the designated day and time for your
Scribner Seminar to attend.
Murray-Aikins Dining Hall
Fall 2016 Theme Dinners
Sept. 28, 2016 - Farmer's Market Dinner
Nov. 10, 2016 - Harry Potter Dinner
Dec. 8, 2016 - Grinchmas Dinner
SCRIBNER SEMINAR MEETINGS
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Vella, David
Burton, Grace
Day, Jenny
Perez-Moreno, Javier
Hofmann, Mark
Lopez, Hassan
Jaouad, Hedi
Hockenos, Matthew
Vella, Joanne
Biberman, Yelena
Tamagawa, Masami
Smith, Joel
Lagalwar, Sara
Lee, Wendy
Cohen, David
Mechem, Leslie
Nichols, Kyle
Sweeney, Sarah
Sorensen, Janet
Boyers, Bob
Mann, Chris
Bogin, Ben
Sanghvi, Minita
Lopez, John
Giguere, Ray
Kennelly, Jim
Mintz, Susannah
Harper, Tim
Lander, Maria
Ferreira, Eunice
Smith, Shirley
Boshoff, Phil
Segrave, Jeff
Bozio, Andrew
Lewis, Bill
Black, Barbara
Casey, Janet
Breves, Jason
DiSanto-Rose, Mary
Gogineni, Bina
Hilleren, Pat
Krefting, Beck
Rotheim, Roy
Kopec, Chris
Marsella, Kim
Gerbi, Greg
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Voting and Game Theory
Space of Modern Thought
Empire and Knowledge
Asimov, Science & Fiction
Math and Escher
Love & Lust
Africa-Changing Cinema
Resisting Hitler
The Seductive Figure
Soldiers, Diplomats, Spies
Japanese Pop Culture Studies
American Buddhism
Stress and the Human Brain
American Time Travels
A Pact With The Devil
Den of Antiquities
Are We in the Anthropocene?
Picturing Time
Eyes Wide Open
The Holocaust
Floods Hurricanes & Fires
In Light of Death
Sexing Politics
World Through Maps
Molecules That Matter
Ireland: Myth & Reality
Extraordinary Bodies
Industry & Innovation
Narcocultures
Mixed Race on Stage & Film
British Love Affair Italy
Sport, Self & Society
Sport, Self & Society
Shakespeare's Ecologies
Pol Econ & Her Poor
Imagining the Future
Human Dilemmas
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Law, Religion & Society
The Adirondacks
Antarctica
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