Notes from Paradise
Alumna to Head Swiss Transportation System
Anne Hornung-Soukup ’74 was recently appointed chair of the board of TPG, the Geneva, Switzerland, transportation system. A native of Washington, D.C., she has lived in Geneva for 24 years, working in the financial sector and as an advocate for equal rights in the workplace.
Gloria Steinem ’56 Will Deliver Presidential Colloquium Letters Reveal Personal Side of Sylvia Plath ’55 Viola Davis Shares Life Lessons with Smith Community
Feminist leader Gloria Steinem ’56 will return to campus to deliver a Presidential Colloquium at 5 p.m. on Monday, March 28, in John M. Greene Hall. The event is free and open to the public. Twelve pieces of correspondence from Sylvia Plath ’55 to the mother of a childhood friend reveal a side of the poet and author few ever saw, says Karen Kukil, associate curator for special collections at Smith. Award-winning actress Viola Davis sat down with theatre professor Andrea Hairston ’74 in front of a sold-out crowd at John M. Greene Hall to share her experiences navigating Hollywood as a woman of color.
High Praise for SCMA Exhibit
The Boston Globe's Mark Feeney reviews "Dislocation/Negotiating Identity: Contemporary Photographs From South and Southeast Asia," on view at the Smith College Museum of Art through August 14.
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Reunion 2016 Registration Now Open
Over two weekends in May, the campus will come to life with the sounds of nearly 2,000 alumnae laughing, sharing and reconnecting during Reunion 2016. Alumnae can register now to join classmates and friends on campus for one of the best parties of the year. Register today!
Selected items from the news media featuring Smith College people and programs
Nightly Business Report: Prof. Andrew Zimbalist on the business of March Madness
New York Times: Prof. Michael Gorra reviews Pat Barker’s ‘Noonday’
Ms. Magazine: Prof. Carrie Baker explores the ugly world of workplace sex discrimination
Journal of Blacks in Higher Ed: Honoring Otelia Cromwell
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