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 [...]
The Five College Chinese Speech Contest will be held on Friday, April 12 from 2:30 to 6:00 p.m. in Smith College’s Neilson Library Browsing Room. Chinese language students from the Five Colleges will compete on three levels: Beginning, Intermediate and Advanced Chinese.
Each semester Smith offers several Chinese language courses, as do other colleges in [...]
Wednesday's “Everything you’ve wanted to know about China but were afraid to ask” panel sponsored by CISCO and the GSC was well attended.
On November 28, Smith international student Shuyao Kong ’13 and Economics Professor Roger Kaufman collaborated to present “Everything you’ve wanted to know about China but were afraid to ask” — an [...]
Today, Thursday, October 18 there will be a presentation of the major and minor in East Asian Languages and Literatures. Students studying Chinese, Japanese, or Korean and anyone interested in learning more about the literatures and cultures of East Asia are invited to attend. Attendees will meet the faculty and learn more about the program. [...]
In the coming weeks, Smith will screen a number of international films. The films, with subject matter ranging from a feature-length film about the Middle East to a short film and a student-made documentary, are free to view.
Today, Wednesday, April 11, The Syrian Bride will be shown in Seelye 106 at 7 p.m. The [...]
Professor Robert Joe Cutter will speak at Smith on April 6.
Friday, April 6 marks the annual department lecture for East Asian Languages & Literatures. The talk, No Basis for a System of Government? Swords in Early Medieval Chinese Literature, will begin at 4:30 p.m. in the Neilson Library Browsing Room.
Professor Robert Joe [...]
In addition to the day-long Advocacy Institute hosted by Smith College and Oxfam America, featured yesterday, Smithies can participate in a number of other interterm offerings including a few classes with international ties.
201 Tahitian Dance will be taught by Alana Lehuanani Pilialoha Griep Wilson ’14. Participants will learn to move your hips to beautiful [...]
Thatcher Mweu '15 of Kenya came to Smith because Smith "felt like home".
Smith College first-year Thatcher Mweu ’15 comes to Smith from Kenya. Though still officially undecided, Thatcher hopes to study international relations and might minor in economics or Chinese.
Why did Thatcher choose Smith? “Smith represented itself to me as a school [...]
Professor Sabina Knight was awarded a fellowship to further her study of China.
Sabina Knight, associate professor of Chinese and comparative literature at Smith College, was recently selected among 20 fellows in the Public Intellectuals Program (PIP) of the National Committee on United States-China Relations.
The program is “designed to nurture a new generation [...]