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.
April 10-16, 2019
Smith Travel is delighted to offer you a last-minute opportunity to participate in the 13th Biennial in Havana: “The Construction of the Possible.” Dates for this event were only recently confirmed by the Wilfredo Lam Contemporary Art Foundation...
June 1-12, 2019
Join President Kathleen McCartney on an 11-day journey to discover the wild beauty of Scotland on specially guided walks through its famous glens and highlands.
June 27 - July 7, 2019
Travel from Reykjavik at one end of Iceland to Akureyri in the far north on this exciting 11-day adventure. Step away into another world that blends ancient history with all the luxuries of contemporary travel.
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!’”