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Please enjoy this special message from President Kathleen McCartney celebrating another exceptional year at Smith. Thank you to everyone — faculty, staff, students and alumnae — who made these successes possible.

  • 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...

  • 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...

  • 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...

  • 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...

  • 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...

  • 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 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 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 her Commencement address, U.S. Chief Technology Officer Megan Smith urged members of the Smith class of 2016 to tap their own “creative confidence” to help change the world....

  • Macarena Rojas '19, is an international student from Chile who plays the position of setter on the...

  • Take a tour of Wilson House with Leigh Johnston ’18. Named for Martha Wilson 1895, Wilson House is one of 10 houses in the “Great Quadrangle” or the Quad, a beautiful area set...

  • As Smith College celebrates receiving a record number of applications for admission for the ninth straight year, Vice President for Enrollment Audrey Smith speaks about the power of endowed...

  • Meet Smith's Green Team, a student-led coalition dedicated to fostering sustainability at Smith by educating and supporting the campus community in efficient use of finite natural...

  • Zoe Rubinstein ’18 loves pole vaulting because she gets to literally fly through the air. She recently earned first place at the...

  • Meet Julia Hamilton '18 - A dual sport Lacrosse/Field Hockey player and a leader both on and off the field.

  • Steven Heydemann, Janet Wright Ketcham 1953 Professor in Middle East Studies, discusses the Syrian uprising and the conflict dynamics that continue to unfold in Syria today. In this video...

  • Smith physicist Gary Felder explains why the discovery of gravitational waves, first detected in September 2015 but predicted by Albert Einstein a century ago, was an enormous historic event....

  • The Black Students’ Alliance (BSA) at Smith College is one of the oldest established cultural organizations on campus. BSA represents all students who identify as black regardless of...

  • Aditi, Gwen and Adrianna are halfway through their first year at Smith. They are starting the spring semester, each with a little something different on their minds.

  • Aditi, Gwen and Adrianna are halfway through their first year at Smith. They are starting the spring semester, each with a little something different on their minds.

  • Aditi, Gwen and Adrianna are halfway through their first year at Smith. They are starting the spring semester, each with a little something different on their minds.

  • "A Tale for the Time Being" by author Ruth Ozeki ’80 has been chosen as the reading assignment for all students new to Smith this fall. Jane Stangl, Smith's dean of the first...

  • Meet Smith College senior CeCe Arrison '16, who represented the swimming and diving team at the 2016 NCAA Division III Championships.

  • "Every rock has a story,” says John Brady, the Mary Elizabeth Moses Professor in the Smith College geosciences department. The rocks at Smith’s MacLeish Field Station in Whately...

  • The New York Historical Society was the setting for a presentation and conversation about  “Reimagining Neilson in the 21st Century.” Smith President Kathleen...