Global Impressions publishes short reflective essays (500-750 words) by members of the Smith College community that address what it means to be a global citizen today.
Since its founding in 1871, Smith College has been defined by its commitment to social activism. No matter the time or place, Smithies have always been deeply engaged in the social issues of the world around them. For our next issue, we aim to highlight this distinguished tradition in its increasingly global context. We want to hear about your international experiences with social activism, whether as an American participating in activism abroad or as an international student experiencing activism in the United States. Submissions are being accepted until Friday, April 3.
For submission guidelines, please click here.