What Now?

A conversation is happening across campus, the region, and the country after last week’s stunning presidential election. Skidmore is offering a pop-up course called What Now? in which students, faculty, staff and community are invited to come together to talk about, think about, and react to the election. This is a student-led experience, co-facilitated by faculty members from different disciplines. The class will provide context for the election and offer a space to formulate collaborative responses. This course is the result of a public brainstorming session held Saturday, November 12, and is facilitated by Skidmore College’s IdeaLab Steering Committee and the Tang Teaching Museum.

This is the first class meeting of five. The class continues on four more Mondays from 6–8 pm (November 21 and 28, and December 5 and 12) at the Tang Museum.

All are welcome, snacks and beverages will be provided.

No registration is necessary for drop-in participation.

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