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  • ‘Pieces of Me’
    ‘Pieces of Me’

    While growing up in a housing project on New York’s Lower East Side, Indra Rios-Moore ’03 was shuffled from school to school in search of a good education, but the one constant in her turbulent childhood was jazz.

  • ‘Use Your Voice’
    ‘Use Your Voice’

    Somehow, in the 14 years since I graduated from Smith, I’ve become a songwriter—a professional one. I feel a great responsibility as someone who gets paid to stand up in front of people, open my mouth and sing.

  • Flavors of Provence
    Flavors of Provence

    May 9-17, 2015
    Amid enchanting orchards, vineyards, villages, and especially in the kitchens of skilled chefs, let the combination of culture and cuisine reveal an authentic and joyful portrait of Provence....

  • The Great Journey Through Europe
    The Great Journey Through Europe

    June 12-24, 2015
    Wind your way through the Netherlands, Germany, France and Switzerland on this grand tour, blending land and water, country and city, and time-honored history with exciting, contemporary sites....

  • Scandinavian Seafaring Adventure
    Scandinavian Seafaring Adventure

    June 19-26, 2015
    Enjoy Scandinavia's stunning natural landscape, along with exciting cultural stops, including museums, historic cities and castles, as you sail in the wake of the Vikings....

  • ‘Smith is Poised for an Exciting Future’
    ‘Smith is Poised for an Exciting Future’

    In the wake of the news of the closing of Sweet Briar College, Jennifer Chrisler ’92, vice president for alumnae relations and executive director of the Alumnae Association, affirms Smith’s strength.

  • One Student: Composing an Opera with a Conscience
    One Student: Composing an Opera with a Conscience

    A talented soprano, music major Jessica Marlor ’16 could have pursued a professional singing career. But she found an even better fit for her musical skills: composing modern operas that focus on social issues.

  • Juliet García Named Commencement Speaker
    Juliet García Named Commencement Speaker

    Juliet García, former president of University of Texas at Brownsville—the first Hispanic woman to lead a U.S. college or university—will be the speaker at Smith’s 137th commencement ceremony.