Student music groups perform during Parents’ Weekend.
Watch bone marrow recipient Anna Robinson '10 on the Today show, as she meets the stranger who saved her life.
Hell's Belles, Smith’s fencing team, in action!
The Alumnae Association is now on Facebook! Updated regularly.

The Neilson Library is celebrating its 100th anniversary with a yearlong series of events. And, check out the Neilson Centennial note card collection available now!

Look for the Smith Alumnae Quarterly's 100th anniversary issue out soon. Relive 100 years of women's history as reported in the pages of the SAQ, plus read an interview with Gloria Steinem '56, and essays by Sally Quinn '63, Catharine MacKinnon '69, and other notable alumnae.

Bill Minutaglio, author of a new biography of Molly Ivins ’66—the late columnist, political commentator, and humorist—discusses on
The Daily Beast why we need her voice now more than ever.

Smith once again heads the list among colleges for sending the largest number of students abroad, as reported by the
2009 Open Doors Report
. And click here for winners of Smith’s 2nd Annual International Photo Contest for students studying abroad.

The Frick’s Center for the History of Collecting in America awarded Julia Meech '63 the first Sotheby’s Book Prize for her critically acclaimed monograph, Frank Lloyd Wright and the Art of Japan: The Architect’s Other Passion. Click here for more information.

Make December the month you help Smith educate women of promise for lives of distinction. Click here for more on the "31 days, $2 million" financial aid challenge.

Read The New York Times' story on how Patricia Lay-Dorsey '66 confronts her insecurities about living with multiple sclerosis through photography.

Add the name of your daughter, granddaughter, or young girl of any age to the Office of Admission mailing list and information about Smith will be sent to her during her high school career. And, if she applies to Smith, her application fee will be waived!

Solar panels were mounted on the roof of the Campus Center to produce clean energy and reduce Smith's operating costs. Click here for details.

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