Emilie Phillips Smith ’82 has devoted much of her scholarly work and professional career researching and advocating for after-school programs, which are proven to boost children’s self-esteem and achievement levels.
Nina Munk ’88, a contributing editor at Vanity Fair, writes about her experiences traveling around Africa to observe the ups and downs of economist Jeffrey Sachs Millennium Villages Project in his quest to end poverty.
December 29 - January 11, 2015Sail from the granite cliffs of Milford Sound on New Zealand’s South Island to Auckland, its capital city on the North, marveling at the diverse landscape that includes glacial fjords and wide, sandy beaches.
January 24-31, 2015Elude the depths of winter and savor the sublime charm of island life by sailing the southern Caribbean Sea to the remote archipelago of the volcanic Windward Islands....
February 13-21, 2015With elegant architecture, a cosmopolitan atmosphere, sophisticated culinary and arts scenes, and exceptional friendliness, Buenos Aires is one of the most inviting cities on Earth....
Smith and Dartmouth’s Tuck Bridge Program are collaborating on The Smith-Tuck Bridge Program. Held on the Smith campus, the program will offer Smith students the opportunity to learn about the world of business.
Watch “The Life and Legacy of Otelia Cromwell,” a video that traces the life of Otelia Cromwell 1900 from her childhood in the 1870s to her emergence as a scholar and author.
Assistant Professor of Music Kate Soper’s latest performance piece, “Here Be Sirens,” has been lauded by “The New Yorker” and “The New York Times.” Learn more about Soper’s magical musical journey.