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Irish poet to visit Smith in April

Eavan Boland is a tenured Professor of English at Stanford University. She divides her time between Palo Alto, California and Dublin, Ireland.

On Tuesday, April 3, Irish poet Eavan Boland will read at 7:30 p.m. in the Weinstein Auditorium, Wright Hall.

Hailed as Ireland’s greatest woman writer, Boland was born in Dublin and […]

Smith International Photo Contest produces winning photos

This photo of Santorini, Greece was taken by Sarah Schiff '12. It won a Juror's Honorable Mention in the land/sea/culture-scapes category.

This fall students participated in Smith’s Fourth Annual International Photo Contest. Photos reflected Smith students who studied, interned, worked, volunteered, and engaged in research outside of the U.S. from September 2010 through […]

Hope for Haiti charity dinner to be held February 4

On Saturday, February 4 the Smith African & Caribbean Students Association (SACSA) is hosting a dinner to benefit Hope for Haiti.

The dinner will offer an array of Caribbean food and a Haitian dish, and guests will have the opportunity to mingle with attendees from on and off campus.

The Hope for Haiti Charity Dinner […]

Study abroad info sessions scheduled, applications due

In the coming weeks, a number of events are scheduled for Smith students returning from or embarking on study abroad programs.

On Monday, January 30, students can attend a JYA Paris info session at 5:15 p.m. in the Global Studies Center. Applications for Smith’s year-long or fall Junior Year Abroad programs in Geneva, Florence, Hamburg, […]

Sharmeen Obaid-Chinoy ’02 nominated for Oscar

A documentary by Sharmeen Obaid-Chinoy '02 has been nominated for an Oscar.

Smith alumna Sharmeen Obaid-Chinoy ’02 was among the 2012 Oscar nominees announced yesterday.

Sharmeen, who graduated from Smith with degrees in government and economics, is nominated for an Oscar in the “Best Documentary, Short Subject” category for her film Saving Face, […]

Smith ranks first for long-term study abroad

According to a new report by the Institute of International Education (IIE), Smith College ranks first among baccalaureate institutions in the United States for long-term study abroad programs. Long-term study abroad programs are defined as taking place during a full calendar or academic year.

The Open Doors 2011 report, relies on data from the 2009-10 […]

Happy Lunar New Year!

May your Year of the Dragon be happy and prosperous!

Smith to host leadership event in Singapore this summer

Smith College is one of the world’s most prestigious colleges for women. Since its founding in 1875, Smith has produced women leaders whose work has changed the world for the better.

Please plan on joining Smith College President Carol T. Christ, distinguished faculty, and alumnae for an event celebrating the enduring—and far-reaching— power of […]

Smith hosts American premiere of British composer’s work

Ralph Vaughan Williams's "A Cambridge Mass" will be performed this weekend at Smith.

The American premiere of a long-lost work by British composer Ralph Vaughan Williams will be presented by the Hampshire Choral Society at Smith on Sunday, January 22.

The Hampshire Choral Society is the first in the U.S. to present Ralph […]

Smithie on international music tour

Photo courtesy of www.myspace.com/ tuneyards.

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 […]