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Smith alumna Merrill Garbus ’01 is the woman behind the band tUnE-yArDs. Called “one of the big indie breakout acts of 2011“, tUnE-yArDs “went from cult to mainstream, appearing on late-night television, festival stages and countless album-of-the-year lists.”
Merrill, who is no stranger to travel, having lived in the [...]
This summer, Smith will host events for alumnae in Europe and Asia.
Smith in Europe will bring together European alumnae, guest speakers, and Smith faculty for a weekend exploring Amsterdam. The event, which will take place the first weekend in June, will serve as a reunion for European alumnae.
Meanwhile, President Carol T. Christ, faculty, [...]
Smithies gather in Shanghai, November 2011.
Director of International Advancement Kim Albright ’72 is spending most of November traveling throughout Asia for Smith. So far on this trip she has visited Seoul, Tokyo, Beijing, and Shanghai. She also plans to visit Hong Kong and Taipei before heading off to London and then back to [...]
On Friday, October 28 learn about the minor in Middle East Studies over a pizza lunch. A minor in the Middle East Studies offers courses that covers a geographical region stretching from north Africa to southwest and central Asia. The presentation will be from noon to 1 p.m. in the Campus Center, room 003.
Smith alumna Barbara Hou ’03, founder and president of the Asian Women’s Leadership University (AWLU) Project, is inviting Smithies to help her establish Asia’s first women’s liberal arts university.
Project organizers are in the process of building a “world-class educational institution in Asia dedicated to empowering women and helping them become successful entrepreneurs and engaged [...]
This summer Master of Wine Jeannie Cho Lee ’90 promoted the launch of her new book, Mastering Wine for the Asian Palate.
Jeannie, who was born in Seoul and is now based in Hong Kong, became a Master of Wine in 2008. In doing so, she joined fewer than 300 others with the title and [...]