Notes from Paradise
Reimagining Neilson Library
In the coming months, the Smith community will be engaged in an important new phase of planning the renovation of Neilson Library. Smith Provost and Dean of the Faculty Katherine Rowe, who is chair of the Library Program Committee, talks about the process of bringing the 106-year-old library into the future. Click here for the full story.
Register Today for Reunion 2015 Preserving Women's History
The Power in Finding Your Voice
Celebrate Smith and your years as a Smithie—greet old friends and make new ones! Attend Reunion 2015, May 14–17 and May 21–24. Click here for more information and to register. MSNBC profiles Smith College's Sophia Smith Collection, which has been documenting women’s lives since 1941, ensuring that women take their rightful place in history. Ayla Schlosser ’09, founder of Resonate, empowers women in Rwanda to take leadership roles in their communities by teaching them to tell their stories. To meet some of these women, click here.
New Thoughts on Ancient Wisdom
In the latest Insight, Professor of Philosophy Susan Levin links modern bioethics to Plato’s views of human nature and political community.
Smith and Song in the SAQ
From a cappella singing to rowdy renditions of "Gaudeamus Igitur," vocal music is integral to the Smith experience. Check out the Spring ’15 SAQ to meet some alumnae music makers.
Pioneering Artist on Campus
German artist Mary Bauermeister is at Smith doing a weeklong residency, which will include film and music, along with an exhibition of her work at the Smith College Museum of Art.
Alumnae Insurance Programs
The Office of Alumnae Relations sponsors a wide range of insurance programs for Smith alumnae and their families, all at discounted rates. Click here for more information.
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