S02E02: Political scientist Chris Mann

October 27, 2016

Teaching both "Campaigns and Elections" and "Election Research" this semester, assistant professor Chris Mann discusses the upcoming election. In his classes, students are learning not only about campaign strategy, but also researching voter turnout on election day.

S02E01: Welcoming #Skidmore2020

October 14, 2016

Student academic coordinator for the First Year Experience Marla Melito '93 and student Facebook advisor Joe Doino '18 are on the front lines of assisting the class of 2020 as they begin at Skidmore. We discuss the community being built inside of the class of 2020 Facebook group that Joe oversees, as well as mentorship opportunities for upperclassmen on campus.

Skidmore Remembers September 11th, 2001

September 9, 2016

On the 15th anniversary of the September 11th attack, the Skidmore community reflects on where they were that day.

S01E13: Behind the Scenes

August 22, 2016

To close season one, Digital Engagement Manager Daniella Nordin joins Social Media Coordinator Jackie Vetrano to discuss the who, what, and why of This is Skidmore.

S01E12: What Makes Skidmore Unique?

August 10, 2016

Interim Vice President of Communications and Marketing Debra Townsend and Vice President for Academic Affairs Beau Breslin join Director of Marketing Luke Meyers to discuss differentiating Skidmore amongst other liberal arts colleges. Debra and Beau shed light on what makes Skidmore special, what challenges it faces as a liberal arts institution, and what incoming students can expect at Skidmore.

S01E11: Olympics Expert Jeff Segrave

July 26, 2016

With the 2016 Olympics fast approaching, professor of health and exercise sciences Jeff Segrave offers his opinion on how this large event will effect Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. We also discuss his long-time opinion of a permanent location for both the summer and winter games.

S01E10: Curator Wendy Anthony

July 13, 2016

Most Skidmore students know the name Lucy Scribner, but not many find as deep a connection to the founder of the Young Women’s Industrial Club of Saratoga Springs—eventually evolving into Skidmore College—as Special Collections Curator Wendy Anthony. Through her work at Skidmore, Anthony travels back in time discovering the interesting roots of the college.

S01E09: David Miner ‘91 and Jared Greenbaum ‘11

June 29, 2016

David Miner '91 and Jared Greenbaum '11 returned to Skidmore to attend milestone reunions, and reflected on their experiences at Skidmore, 25 and 5 years later. Although they are at different stages in life, they shared similar experiences with the National College Comedy Festival and even had the opportunity to work together, after their time at Skidmore.

S01E08: Alumni Awardee Jessyca Dudley ‘06

June 14, 2016

Jessyca Dudley '06, a former Peace Corps public-health worker and teacher in Africa who is now fighting gun violence for the Joyce Foundation, received the Palamountain Award for Young Alumni Achievement at her 10th reunion. Jessyca discusses her life at Skidmore, and how it effected her path beyond graduation.

S01E07: Mike Sposili on Commencement and Reunion

June 2, 2016

In between two HUGE campus events, Mike Sposili, Executive Director Alumni Relations & College Events, shares what his department is up to. The office of Alumni Relations & College Events is responsible for helping to plan Commencement and Reunion, but what exactly goes into it? Listen and find out!