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Smith College Club of Great Britain to host Annual Winter Dinner

Janet Clarke McKinley '76 is the featured speaker at a Smith Club dinner in London.

On Saturday, January 19, the Smith College Club of Great Britain will host its Annual Winter Dinner featuring guest speaker, Janet Clarke McKinley ’76.

Janet, an alumna and former Smith trustee, is investing what she learned on Wall […]

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 […]

Winter SAQ now available

The Winter 2011-12 issue of the Smith Alumnae Quarterly has come out in print and online and highlights Smithies around the world.

Architect Erinn McGurn ’94 is featured in the magazine’s cover story (see SAQ page 20 for the whole story) for her work building safe, sustainable schools in Zambia. Erinn and her husband started […]

Monday: British Indian author on campus

Author Hari Kunzru will speak at Smith College on Monday, October 3. Photo courtesy of harikunzru.com.

British Indian novelist and journalist Hari Kunzru will be on the Smith campus on Monday, October 3 for Making Art and Meaning in Our Turbulent Age: The Novelist’s Role: An Evening with Author Hari Kunzru.

Hari Kunzru […]

Smith Club of Great Britain supports Smithies swimming the Channel

The Smith College Club of Great Britain is helping to support two Smithies who will be attempting to cross the English Channel this month.

Emma Reim ’13 and Mackenzie Bradley ’13 are hoping to cross all 23.69 miles of the Channel sometime in the next week or so. They have already made it to England […]