As it marks a fourth summer in its on-campus location, supporters say Smith's community garden is "maturing," with new raised beds, plantings, a picnic table and plans for more community outreach. The student-run garden hosts workdays on Friday afternoons in the summer for all members of the Smith community.
Smith's lacrosse midfielder Jessica Lillquist ’15 shares her thoughts with the Alumnae Quarterly on winning and losing, lucky sticks and being a student athlete. Her secret to being the Pioneers' leading scorer? "I love to shoot," Lillquist says.
In the latest Insight, Smith professor Andrea Hairston ’74, explores the power of storytelling and imagination—the ability, as she puts it, to use the “what if?” to envision and create our futures. Hairston is Smith’s Louise Wolff Kahn 1931 Professor of Theatre.
In his new book, Teaching With Heart, Sam Intrator, professor and head of the Campus School, captures the essence of classroom teaching through poetry. Intrator and co-author Megan Scribner solicited hundreds of essays from teachers—including Smith graduates—about poems that have made a difference in their work.
Applicants for the prestigious Fulbright Fellowship describe an arduous process, but find that the hard work pays off, making Smith’s success rate the highest in the nation. Of this year's 27 Fulbright finalists, 15 Smith students have been named Fulbright Fellows.