Kidney donors are in short supply worldwide, but Iran claims to have found a solution. Bioethicist Sigrid Fry-Revere ’83 traveled to Iran to investigate that country’s kidney donor system and discusses the implications.
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Getting an agent is just as critical for children’s authors as it is for novelists. Susan Hood ’76—former children’s magazine and book editor turned writer—explains why and how to get one.
January 9-19, 2014Burma is a country steeped in traditional customs yet quickly emerging into social and political modernity.
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March 8-21, 2014Discover both sides of Morocco as you travel to the bustling cities of Rabat, Fez and Marrakech with their spirited souks...
May 15-24, 2014Delve into the history of the South and the legacy of the American Civil War as you cruise the Mississippi River aboard the luxury steamboat, American Queen.
Christine Lagarde, the first woman to serve as managing director of the International Monetary Fund, will be the speaker at Smith College’s 136th Commencement ceremony on Sunday, May 18.
Watch interviews with this year’s Smith Medalists as they talk about their professions, their thoughts on the future, and how Smith led them to where they are today.
Adam Hall, professor of biological sciences, explains his research of novel anesthetic drugs that may prove to be as effective as those commonly used, with fewer dangerous side effects.
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