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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.

  • Life After Smith
    Life After Smith

    Career expert Terri Tierney Clark ’81, author of “Learn, Work, Lead: Things Your Mentor Won’t Tell You,” shares some job-hunting tips for tips for new grads and young alums.

  • 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....

  • Voices Raised in Harmony
    Voices Raised in Harmony

    In 1885, a group of 14 Hubbard housemates gathered after dinner to sing. In short order and in proper Smith fashion, they gave themselves a name (the ’88 Glee Club), and started the tradition of song at Smith.

  • Composing an Opera with a Conscience
    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.