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Ivy Day

Saturday, May 16

Ivy Day festivities, including the Alumnae Parade and senior class procession, were held Saturday, May 16, 2015. The event included remarks by President Kathleen McCartney and the Ivy Day Awards Convocation.

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Sunday, May 17

Juliet V. García—the first Hispanic woman to lead a U.S. college or university, and the woman whose decades of leadership at the University of Texas at Brownsville expanded educational opportunities for Hispanic and first-generation students—delivered the address at Smith’s 137th Commencement ceremony, Sunday, May 17.

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