The world’s poorest people inspired Nan Alexander Doyal ’85 to change her path in life. Her book, Dig Where You Are, was inspired by people who have had the courage to tackle big problems in the world.
Dorothy Moss ’95, in collaboration with Karen Kukil, Smith’s associate curator of special collections and a Plath scholar, have created a new Sylvia Plath ’55 exhibition at the National Portrait Gallery in Washington, D.C.
September 28 - October 10, 2017From Dublin to Galway, be transformed by the best of Irish hospitality and the magical green landscape on this comprehensive yet well-paced tour. Begin in Dublin with visits to Trinity College and St. Patrick’s Cathedral...
January 10-19, 2018Be among a privileged few to participate in a uniquely designed itinerary featuring three nights in the spirited, soulful capital city of Havana...
One of the first students of Oprah Winfrey’s Leadership Academy, Nonkululeko (Morgan) Mpungose, leaves Smith with plans to study architecture so that she can create low-income homes in South Africa.
In Voices & Visions, edited by Smith students, young women from around the world share ideas about their families, war, opportunities and self-image.
In helping to choose a book for this year’s Smith Reads program for students new to Smith, Tanimola Somolu ’20 said she was hoping to find “one that would be most relevant to the times.”