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 [...]
On Tuesday, April 2, 2013 Smith College will present Youth Voices in the Arab World: Arts as an Agent of Social Change.
The event begins at 5:30 p.m. with dinner (first come, first served) and a panel discussion (open to all) on the role of arts as agents of social change in the Arab World. [...]
Each year Smith College selects a book to be read by all entering students. This year, the college has chosen Dreaming in French: The Paris Years of Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy, Susan Sontag, and Angela Davis by Alice Kaplan.
Dreaming in French tells the story of how a year in Paris changed the lives of three [...]
Gillian Sorensen '63 will share her insider perspective on international issues when she speaks at Smith on March 30.
This Friday, the Global Studies Center will host a Global Salon From Exception to Equality—Empowering Women & Girls, with Gillian Sorensen ’63, senior advisor at the United Nations Foundation.
Gillian, who graduated from Smith [...]
Smithies who are studying French have the opportunity to apply for fellowships and funds related to their studies.
The Blumberg Fellowship funds up to five students on the Smith College JYA programs who design a project to be carried out during the summer after their academic year on the JYA program. The fellowship provides the [...]
Odilon Redon's "With Closed Eyes" from the SCMA.
On Friday, February 3, Debussy’s Paris: Art, Music, and Sounds of the City opens at the Smith College Museum of Art.
The exhibition will explore the “soundscape” of Paris during the lifetime of composer Claude Debussy and is organized in association with the Smith College Music [...]
Luma Mufleh '97 was awarded a 2010 Smith Medal for her work with the Fugees.
Luma Mufleh ’97, graduated from Smith College with a degree in anthropology, moved to Atlanta, and held a number of odd jobs post-graduation. While in Georgia, Luma noticed a diverse group of boys playing soccer in the street just [...]