Charlotte Feng Ford '83 Endows New Position for Curator for Contemporary Art at SCMA

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Charlotte Feng Ford ’83, a prominent New York art collector and philanthropist, has endowed a curatorship focusing on the burgeoning field of contemporary art at the Smith College Museum of Art.

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Operetta Shines Light on Injustice

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New in video: Jessica Marlor ’16 uses music to serve as a voice for those who have no voice, and Iskra—an operetta about 19th-century Polish immigrant coal miners —is an example of her vision. 

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Insight: When Perfect is the Enemy of the Good

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New in Insight: Perfectionism can take a significant toll on the human mind, says Professor Patricia DiBartolo, who has made perfectionism and its resulting pathologies a key focus of her research.

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Students Help Shape Smith’s New MOOC on Political Activism

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The college’s first MOOC features the work of Smith students who began creating materials for the online course while enrolled in Professor Lauren Duncan's Psychology of Political Activism seminar. 

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Operetta Shines Light on Injustice

Jessica Marlor ’16 is committed to using music to serve as a voice for those who have no voice. Iskra—an operetta in two acts about 19th-century Polish immigrant coal miners and their families—is an example of her vision of the power of music. Here Jessica tells the story behind Iskra and how she ensured the authenticity of the story.

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Smith Study Abroad: Christina in China

Because global perspectives are a vital element of a liberal arts education, Smith College encourages students from all academic disciplines, including the sciences and engineering, to engage with the world beyond Smith. Close to half of Smith's students spend time abroad before they graduate. These student profiles illustrate the many ways study away experiences transform lives.

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Smith Study Abroad: Claudia in Madagascar

Because global perspectives are a vital element of a liberal arts education, Smith College encourages students from all academic disciplines, including the sciences and engineering, to engage with the world beyond Smith. Close to half of Smith's students spend time abroad before they graduate. These student profiles illustrate the many ways study away experiences transform lives.

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Smith Study Abroad: Idia in Spain

Because global perspectives are a vital element of a liberal arts education, Smith College encourages students from all academic disciplines, including the sciences and engineering, to engage with the world beyond Smith. Close to half of Smith's students spend time abroad before they graduate. These student profiles illustrate the many ways study away experiences transform lives.

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Smith Study Abroad: Lally in Brazil

Because global perspectives are a vital element of a liberal arts education, Smith College encourages students from all academic disciplines, including the sciences and engineering, to engage with the world beyond Smith. Close to half of Smith's students spend time abroad before they graduate. These student profiles illustrate the many ways study away experiences transform lives.

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About a First-Year: Adrianna ’19, Episode 6

In our final episode of “About a First-Year,” Gwen talks about what surprised her most about Smith professors, Aditi reveals her biggest (and secret) challenge in adapting to living in America and Adrianna explains how she will help this September’s incoming first-years adapt to college life.