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If you can't make Elizabeth Berdann '79's current show at the J. Cacciola Gallery in New York City, check out her animated video of 47 miniature portraits.
Newsday named “Orange is the New Black,” by Piper Kerman '92, as one of the top books of 2010. Watch an interview with Kerman on Book TV.
Denise Silber '74 was awarded France's prestigious Legion of Honor for her efforts to improve health care internationally using the Internet. Check out her blog to learn more about her work in eHealth.
After a two-year search, Carolyn Kuan '99 was named the new music director of the Hartford Symphony Orchestra—the first woman to hold that position in the symphony's 68-year history. See the Fall '09 Quarterly story for her thoughts on a career in music.
In the latest issue of Newsweek, Shehrbano Taseer '10, daughter of Salmaan Taseer, the governor of Punjab, Pakistan, who was recently assassinated, remembers her father and what he fought to accomplish.
Jazz musician Carol Sudhalter '64 will perform with Madame Pat Tandy and the Nu-Taste Ensemble, a female jazz quintet, and lead a panel discussion, "Women in the Jazz World," as part of SmithArtsFest 2011, February 4-6, at Smith.
Smith College recently launched its first iTunes app, SCDirectory, which allows users to search the college's online directory of faculty, staff, and students on their iPhone or iPod. Click here for more.
"Smith Women in Education: Charting a Changing Educational Landscape" will be held on campus, March 24-25, 2011. Join other alumnae on campus to explore the future of education and its impact on global society; online, go to Smith Women in Education on Facebook.
Read why one Chicagoan supports city treasurer Stephanie Neely '85, saying, "She was the most intelligent person on the stage." Click here for the full story. For more on Neely, see "The Lives We Lead" slide show from Reunion 2010.
Andrew Guswa, associate professor of engineering, has spearheaded integrating lessons learned from the Deepwater Horizon oil spill in the Gulf throughout the college curriculum. Click here for more.
For the past four years, Maggie Worthen '06 has been slowly fighting her way back from a debilitating stroke—with her mother, Nancy, by her side every step of the way. Read their inspiring story.
Of the original four reading rooms at Neilson Library, only one remained—until the recent opening of the Friends of the Libraries Reading Room, a bright, expansive space for studying and quiet relaxation opposite the Neilson Browsing Room.
Read about "Partners in Wonder: Selections from the Collection of Jane Yolen," an exhibition at the Eric Carle Museum of Picture Book Art in Amherst, MA, of some of the hundreds of collaborations between Yolen and illustrators over the years.
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