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Nurianny Montilla is a Skidmore student living in Saratoga Springs, NY. She is a senior at Skidmore majoring in sociology, and she spoke with fellow Skidmore senior Abigail Outterson on March 26th, 2016 about her experiences being born in the…
Santiago Avendaño is a Skidmore College student from Buenos Aires, Argentina. He spoke with Aaron Schneider about his racial identity and his relationship to his country of origin.
Miguel Hoyos is an artist living in Saratoga Springs, New York. He spoke with Gloria Peters on April 7, 2016 about his memories of Colombia, his experiences in the United States, and the way Latinxs' experiences of discrimination and suffering are…
During her time at the College, Jan Scalia '86 majored in Studio Art and enjoyed helping with dance activities. In this interview, she discusses her tri-generational family: her mother graduated in '59 and her daughter in '15. She also discusses…
Tags: Alhambra, alumna, alumni, art history, arts, Barclay's, caring faculty, close-knit community, coed, Connecticut, development, dormitory, drinking age, Elana Scaglia, friendships, J-Term, Jonsson Tower, new campus, old campus, Pat's, Saratoga Springs, Scribner Village, second generation Skiddie, Skidmore child, Skidmore College, Skidmore parent, social life, tri-generational
During his time at Skidmore, Matthew Rosen '76 participated in Student Government as senior class president and played recreational tennis. In this interview, conducted on Alumni Reunion Weekend, Rosen recollects vivid memories on the Wilmarth Dorm…
Tags: alumni, arts, business, cafeteria, campus job, Carl Sagan, Clare Oles, class president, coed, commencement speaker, Dean Oles, downtown campus, history major, John Harris, lifelong friendship, new campus, Ohio, old campus, Peabody dormitory, Pete Sipperly, Ralph Sciancio, reunion weekend, SGA, Skidmore College, Spanish, student government, tennis, tragedy, Wilmarth dormitory fire
Oral History interview with John Guay, president, musician and dancer of the Flurry Festival. Guay talks about how the Festival has changed over the years and the problems they have today.
Interview with Paul Rosenberg, founder of the Flurry Festival and director of programs until 2005. Paul discusses the Festival's beginnings at an elementary school and the move to the City Center in Saratoga Springs.
Her life, Beekman Street, Reasons she started the project, How the street has changed over the years, The impact of the recession.
The overarching theme of the interview I conducted displays Mr. Plaskett's doubtful yet hopeful view for the future of the Lodge. He has been living in Saratoga and participating in the Lodge since 1998 - he has been an Elks member since his youth.…
History of street, evolution, artists identities/roles, the future
Interview with Vonnie Estes, musician, dancer, and volunteer at The Flurry Festival, a three-day music and dance festival in Saratoga Springs, NY. Estes speaks about growing up, her evolution as a piano player, the history of The Flurry Festival, and…
An interview with Peter Davis, the program director of the Flurry Festival from 2006- present day. Peter discusses the nuts and bolts of creating the schedule and how it changed from Paul Rosenberg's direction to the current form.
George Demers is a longtime Saratoga resident with a relationship that dates back to the origins of Beakman Street. George discusses a unique perspective on Saratoga's art culture, or the lack thereof.