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Melissa Krueger AC '03 talks about her new coffee-roasting business, Elbow Room Coffee Company.
Tori Murden McClure '85, president of Spalding University, delivers the keynote address at "Smith Women in Education: Charting a Changing Education Landscape."
Watch a behind-the-scenes look at Smith theatre department's production of Gilbert and Sullivan's The Pirates of Penzance.
Sure, you love Ivy Day and the Alumnae Parade, but there's a lot more to Reunion! Alumnae College, a panel looking at the turmoil of the '60s and '70s, and career counseling sessions are just some of the events happening on campus. Check out your Reunion program and the Reunion Website—and register today!
Colleen O'Mara Condon, associate director for alumnae engagement, will be conducting free career workshops and individual career-counseling sessions in the Dallas-Fort Worth, Texas, area, May 3-5. Topics include using social media to further your career and updating your job search skills. Click here for more information and how to register.
Haniya Aslam '02 and her cousin Zeb Bangash, a Mount Holyoke alumna, have won critical acclaim in their native Pakistan, a country where female musicians face challenges simply because they're women. Listen to the NPR interview.

Jen VanderWeyden '93 shares her thoughts on gay marriage and equal rights for families headed by gay parents in "In My View: Growing Pains and the Defense of Marriage."

Here are two great ways to make a difference to Smith: If you are in the classes of 2000 through 2010, two alumnae will double your gift! And then there's the Sophia Smith Leadership Challenge, where alumnae have joined together to match gifts of $1,875 or more through June 30. Support the notable women of tomorrow today!
Rosa Drummond '14, who has been a driving force on the Smith Pioneers basketball team despite being only a first-year, was named Rookie of the Year by the New England Women's and Men's Athletic Conference, the first such honor for a Smith basketball player.
Results of a study conducted by Mahnaz Mahdavi, Smith professor of economics, suggest that parents have the greatest influence on their children's financial attitudes, even if finances are never discussed. Mahdavi is the founder and director of the Smith College Women and Financial Independence program.
The American Mathematical Society recently honored the Smith College Center for Women in Mathematics with its Mathematics Programs that Make a Difference award for the center's success encouraging women and members of underrepresented minority groups to pursue studies in the mathematical sciences.
The AASC sponsors an insurance program for Smith alumnae and their families that includes auto, health, homeowners, life insurance, travel, and more. There is even a special, affordable health insurance plan for alumnae in New York City. Click here for more information.
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