Stay Connected to Smith

The Office of Alumnae Relations and Development is thinking of our Smith community during these challenging times and we hope you are receiving the support you need.

All across the world, alums are stepping up to help their communities, stay social and lift up the most vulnerable among us. We’ve been so inspired—but not surprised—by the thoughtfulness and generosity of our community. In that spirit, we hope this collection of resources provides a welcome source of connection, information and even entertainment during this difficult time.

Remember to also update your profile in Smith's newly redesigned alum directory, now called The Network, connect with your class and see how your local Smith club is keeping in touch. For updates on Smith’s response to the COVID-19 outbreak, visit the college’s coronavirus disease page.

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Relax with Smith-Related Entertainment

  • In this interview with NPR’s All Things Considered, musician and former national youth poet laureate Kara Jackson '23 talks about her recent debut album, Why Does the Earth Give Us People to Love?
  • Cynthia Wade '89 is the director of the new Netflix show MerPeople. The four-part docuseries dives into the world of underwater performers who have turned their love for mermaiding into high-stake careers.
  • Hana Videen '07 talks to NPR about her book The Wordhord: Daily Life in Old English and one of her favorite words, wordhord: “A poet’s stockpile of words and phrases that they could draw upon when performing poetry.”
  • The spring issue of Smith’s student-run arts and literary magazine, Emulate, is now online.
  • See more. If you would like to have your work appear on our list of Smithie authors, please fill out this form.

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Let us know what you’ve been doing to help your community or connect with your classmates during this unique moment in our history. Send your stories to