• Heard and Believed
    Heard and Believed

    Psychology professor and Harvey Weinstein accuser Tomi-Ann Roberts ‘85 is among the Smith women at the forefront of the #MeToo movement.

  • Courageous Grace
    Courageous Grace

    Jennifer Baskerville-Burrows ’88 is the Episcopal Church’s first black woman diocesan bishop.

  • Japan Family Adventure
    Japan Family Adventure

    June 26 - July 4, 2018
    Join alumni/ae and families from Smith College and Dartmouth on this co-sponsored trip to Japan, led by Smith College Professor of English Language & Literature and American Studies, Floyd Cheung, and Dartmouth Associate Professor of Religion, Gil Raz.

  • Swiss Alps & the Italian Lakes
    Swiss Alps & the Italian Lakes

    July 25 - August 3, 2018
    The Swiss Alps and the Italian Lakes District offer striking contrasts: both have inspired travelers for centuries with towering mountain peaks and charming lakeside towns.

  • Scotland: Highlands and Islands
    Scotland: Highlands and Islands

    August 13-24, 2018
    Robert Burns once said, “My heart’s in the Highlands,” and as you travel from city to country, mainland to island on this charming journey through Scotland, you will come to agree with him.

  • One Student: A Life in Limbo
    One Student: A Life in Limbo

    “Dreamers” like Diana Umana ’19 face an uncertain future as the fate of DACA, or Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals​, hangs in the balance​.

  • Rita Dove Named Commencement Speaker
    Rita Dove Named Commencement Speaker

    Rita Dove—recipient of the 1987 Pulitzer Prize in poetry and two-time U.S. poet laureate—will deliver the address at Commencement on Sunday, May 20.

  • A Transformative Gift of Rembrandt Prints
    A Transformative Gift of Rembrandt Prints

    The Smith College Museum of Art has received a transformative gift from Mary Gordon Roberts ’60 of two impressions of one of Rembrandt Harmensz van Rijn’s most famous prints, The Three Crosses, Christ Crucified Between the Two Thieves.