From the minute she graduated from Yale Law School in 1996, Deborah Archer ’93 put her focus on one thing: fighting for racial justice via the law. This article is one of a series of essays featured in the Spring 2019 SAQ.
June 4-13, 2019
June 2019 marks the 75th anniversary of D-Day landings by Allied Forces as part of World War II’s Operation Overlord. On this specially timed program, arrive in France for D-Day, June 6, and visit Omaha Beach or Caen to observe the anniversary...
October 9-17, 2019
This fall join a small group of alumnae on a uniquely curated experience to an island paradise. A shining jewel set in a silver sea, the island of Mallorca lies in the Mediterranean, off the eastern coast of Spain.
January 9-24, 2020
Travel off the beaten path to East India, a location selected by National Geographic Traveler as one of the “50 Trips of a Lifetime.” Immerse yourself in the cacophony of the city of Kolkata...
Government major Iris Afantchao ’20 has discovered a passion for working in the archives and is considering pursuing archival science in graduate school.
Sociology professor Nancy Whittier says tThe current political climate “is really an unusual and remarkable moment for the women’s movement.”
When Deanna Dixon ’88, Smith’s dean of admission, talks to prospective students and families about the college, she likes to describe Smith as “the institution of ‘Yes!’”