Learning about the world through the stomach: Monday's International Students' Day Food Festival was a huge success.
With a walk around the Campus Center Carroll Room, hundreds of Smith College students, faculty, and visitors took a gastronomical trip around the world this Monday afternoon.
Sponsored by the International Students Organization (ISO) and the Office [...]
Alumnae can now read the Spring 2012 issue of the Smith Alumnae Quarterly in print or online. As always, the magazine’s pages are peppered with stories about Smithies all over the world.
One story in the latest quarterly details a project founded by current Canadian resident Susan Gilbert Tileston ’63 (page 18). Susan, a professional [...]
On Wednesday, March 14 there will be a presentation of the South Asia Concentration.
The South Asia Concentration focuses on the interdisciplinary study of South Asia and its diaspora. It brings together the perspectives of various disciplines, from art history to philosophy, economics to religion, to create a sustained curricular focus on South Asian life [...]
Liesa Ruelhmann and Lisa Kuzel are currently in the American Studies Diploma program.
This fall, Smith welcomed its fourth cohort of Global STRIDE (Student Research in Departments) Fellows. The program allows seven first-year fellows to apply stipends toward study-abroad costs or intensive language programs. As part of the Global Stride scholarship, this year’s fellows [...]
The Smith Travel program has released its preliminary 2012 trip schedule. Alumnae are invited to participate in one of nearly 30 trips that are scheduled to visit everywhere from Buenos Aires to Vietnam.
Smith Travel trips not only expose travelers to diverse locations, they also explore a wide-range of interests. In January 2012, alumnae travelers [...]
On November 7, I.S. Day 2011 featured dozens of international dishes prepared by students. Students, faculty, and staff sampled the food and supported the International Student Organization.
Yesterday, the International Students Organization and the Office of International Students and Scholars hosted International Student Day 2011 and its annual international food festival.
The festival featured [...]
Mac Hamilton '13 wears her Smith T-shirt in Rwanda.
The Smith College Facebook page has posted a photo album titled, Where did you wear your Smith T-shirt this summer?
The album shows Smithies in places such as Kigali, Rwanda and Lele, Nepal, while commenters mentioned wearing Smith clothing in Italy and Morocco.
Have photos [...]
After a record 4,128 applicants, Smith College has 797 new students joining the college this fall. The incoming first year class has enrolled 711 students and there are 30 new Ada Comstock Scholars coming to campus.
This year marks Smith's largest group of incoming international students. Students are joining the college from the 36 [...]
The latest issue of the Smith Alumnae Quarterly is out, and with it come a number of stories with international angles.
Just a few pages into the Quarterly, readers are introduced to alumna Anjana Shakya ’91, who co-founded the Himalayan Human Rights Monitor, an NGO that focuses primarily on the women and children of Nepal. [...]