From traditional Korean fan dance in colorful Hanboks to Psy’s popular Korean pop culture song “Gangnam Style,” Smith College is in the midst of a growing cultural frenzy. Over the past few years, the interest in Korean culture at Smith College has increased tremendously. Many faculty members in the East Asian Studies departments have noticed [...]
Shuyao Kong '13 addressed alumnae this weekend at Ivy Day.
Shuyao Kong ’13, an international student from China, delivered the student speech at Smith College’s Ivy Day celebration on Saturday, May 18, 2013.
Shuyao, who graduated cum laude this weekend, embodies Smith’s mission to educate women for the world. In addition to her travels [...]
Smith College celebrated Commencement and the reunions of Smith classes 1988, 1993, 1998, 2003, and 2008 last weekend. Here are some photos from the festivities.
Graduating seniors from EKTA enjoy a champagne & dessert reception on May 16.
Marching in the Ivy Day parade: Future Smithies? May 17.
This Sunday, May 19, 2013, Smith College will host its 135th commencement, sending more than 700 undergraduate and graduate students into the wider world.
Here is a look at the Class of 2013 “by the numbers”:
698 Baccalaureate Degree Recipients
668 bachelor of arts degrees 30 bachelor of science degrees 170 undergraduate degree recipients are [...]
A $5 million gift from alumna and former trustee Phoebe Reese Lewis ’51 and her husband, John, will provide vital support for the Smith College Global Studies Center’s mission of developing students’ capacity for global understanding and leadership.
In honor of their generous support, the college will name the Phoebe and John D. Lewis Global [...]
Elisabeth Mah ’15, is a Korean-American student, double majoring in East Asian Studies and Psychology.
Elisabeth Mah ’15, is a Korean-American student at Smith College. She is currently a Psychology and East Asian Studies double major, with a passion for research and Korean culture. As a sophomore, Elisabeth sought to study establish strong relationships [...]
This Friday, the Smith College Board of Trustees announced that the Smith College Museum of Art (SCMA) will name the soon-to-be-created Asian art gallery after retiring President Carol T. Christ.
The new gallery will be known as the Carol T. Christ Asian Art Gallery. Funded by gifts from trustees, including a foundational gift from Peggy [...]
Coming to Commencement or Reunion this year? International alumnae, students, families, and guests are invited to join the Office of International Advancement for receptions in the Global Studies Center during Commencement and Reunion weekends.
The receptions will offer international guests the opportunity to mingle with other guests who have come for Commencement and Reunion weekends [...]
This evening, Thursday, April 25, Smith’s Ciné-Club Français presents Les Adieux a la Reine, a film based on the novel by Chantal Thomas. Les Adieux a la Reine depicts the French Revolution and the last days of Marie Antoinette through the eyes of Sidonie, the queen’s personal reader and very close friend.
The film is [...]
Every semester, the Smith College Special Studies course allows students to delve deeper into an area of study or subject matter of common academic interest with a faculty member or a small group. With the rise in interest in Korean studies over the past few years, a range of Special Studies have been conducted within [...]