SAQ electronic archives currently go back to 2005; bound copies of all printed issues (dating back to 1909) exist at the SAQ office. If you are interested in learning more about an issue or article prior to 2005, please contact saq@smith.edu.

Summer 2014

Smith Alumnae Quarterly Summer 2014

  • The power of education: Janet Wright Ketcham ’53 aims to eliminate barriers to educating girls
  • Sisters advocate for a critical resource
  • New Ada graduate triumphs over brain injury
  • Commencement and Reunion in photos

Spring 2014

Smith Alumnae Quarterly Spring 2014

  • After-school ally: Emilie Phillips Smith ’82 sees afternoons as prime time for developing caring kids
  • Standing up for women at Jerusalem’s Western Wall
  • The fabulous pen behind Fancy Nancy
  • Training data scientists

Winter 2013

Smith Alumnae Quarterly Winter 2013

  • A fight for fairness: Alumnae activists take heart as equal-marriage laws spread across the land
  • Suzanne Corking ’59 and the unforgettable amnesic patient
  • Student flees two wars to find safe haven
  • Inauguration of President McCartney

Fall 2013

Smith Alumnae Quarterly Fall 2013

  • Stewards of the soil: Alumnae use their liberal arts smarts to cultivate successful sustainable farms
  • Campus preps for festive inauguration
  • Garden holds built-in geology lesson
  • Researcher Jean Merril ’69 and the mystery of MS
  • Unforgettable interiors of Tobin Schermerhorn ’80

Summer 2013

Smith Alumnae Quarterly Summer 2013

  • Legacy of a leader: Carol Christ reflects on the successes and challenges of her 11-year presidency
  • Big, bold artwork inspires teen moms
  • Arianna Huffington’s Commencement advice
  • College builds a little place in the woods

Spring 2013

Smith Alumnae Quarterly Spring 2013

  • Meet Kathleen McCartney: 11th President of Smith College
  • Knowing when to quit brings unexpected rewards
  • Merrill Garbus ’01 pushes the bounds of pop music
  • A physician and her medical kit go a long way in Uganda

Winter 2012

Smith Alumnae Quarterly Winter 2012

  • The China connection: Alumnae ride the waves of China’s changing culture and economy
  • Women for the World: Launch of a far-reaching campaign

Fall 2012

Smith Alumnae Quarterly Fall 2012

  • The making of a philanthropist: Janet Clarke McKinley ’76

Summer 2012

Smith Alumnae Quarterly Summer 2012

  • Documenting dreams: Filmmaker Michelle Medina ’05 turns her lens on stories of hope and ambition amid the poverty of Morocco

Spring 2012

Smith Alumnae Quarterly Spring 2012

  • Green means go: Aimee Christensen ’91 has this message for corporations: What’s good for the climate is good for business

Winter 2011

Smith Alumnae Quarterly Winter 2011

  • Building Hope: Architect Erinn McGurn ’94’s ambitious project to build safe, sustainable schools in sub-Saharan Africa is transforming communities and promising a brighter future for the children there

Fall 2011

Smith Alumnae Quarterly Fall 2011

  • Shirey Sagawa ’83 wants you! The AmeriCorps founder is looking for a few good volunteers to help transform America
  • Solving the mystery of autism
  • Signs of an Arab Spring
  • Debut novelist’s magical tale
  • Reunion 2011

Summer 2011

Smith Alumnae Quarterly Summer 2011

  • eHealth visionary: Internet entrepreneur Denise Silber ’74 finds her niche in Paris (and gains France’s top honor)
  • Peace Corps at 50– class of ’61 recalls bold experiment
  • Untold story of the alumna who saved Gone with the Wind
  • High-flying Quidditch lands on campus

Spring 2011

Smith Alumnae Quarterly Summer 2011

  • Head of the class: Alumnae educators– like Rachel Willis ’04– reflect on what motivates them to inspire their students every day
  • Smith unveils new academic centers
  • Physician Laura Trice ’90 makes healthy “junk food”
  • Cubicle chic blogger Meredith Duncan ’08 offers tips on looking good at work

Winter 2010

Smith Alumnae Quarterly Winter 2010

  • Mapping the universe: Tiffany Montague ’96 is leading Google’s adventures in space
  • Happiness. Everyone seeks it. Why some women find it so elusive
  • Jeannie Cho brings a unique perspective to Asia’s wine market
  • Margaret Worthen ’06’s long road back

Fall 2010

Smith Alumnae Quarterly Fall 2010

  • Finding common ground: Farah Pandith ’90 reaches out to Muslim communities around the world
  • Anne De Groot ’78’s quest to eradicate deadly diseases
  • Durreen Shahnaz ’89’s socially responsible venture
  • Smith’s thriving community garden

Summer 2010

Smith Alumnae Quarterly Fall 2010

  • Answering Haiti’s call: Melinda Miles ’98 is one of several alumnae working hard to bring Haiti back from the brink after January’s devastating earthquake
  • A mother’s memoir
  • Gloria Heath ’43: Pioneer of the skies
  • Changes at the chapel

Spring 2010

Smith Alumnae Quarterly Fall 2010

  • Smith looks outward: Students find Smith to be the perfect match for their global ambitions
  • San Francisco alumnae give low-income women a boost
  • Alumna savors life in the slow lane

Winter 2009: 100th Anniversary Issue

Smith Alumnae Quarterly Winter 2009

  • 100 years of women’s words

Fall 2009

Smith Alumnae Quarterly Fall 2009

  • A symphony of her own: Conductor Carolyn Kuan ’99 sets her sights on becoming only the second woman in history to lead a major American orchestra
  • Chronicling an international student’s first year
  • Reunion revelers reflect on their post-Smith lives
  • Ford Hall is green from the ground up

Summer 2009

Smith Alumnae Quarterly Fall 2009

  • After class: English professor Elizabeth Gallagher Von Klemperer ’44 and other emeriti faculty reflect on the years they spent teaching– and the freedom of retirement
  • Can engineering aim for social justice?
  • Tori Murden McClure ’85’s courageous acts
  • How Smith helped bring a poor library back to life

Spring 2009

Smith Alumnae Quarterly Spring 2009

  • A mother’s victory: Bridget Marks ’85 went through “custody hell” to kep her two daughters. Now she’s working with legislators to ensure that other parents don’t face the same nightmare.
  • Life lessons from alumnae who lived through the Great Depression
  • What you can do now to weather these though times
  • Journalist Simran Sethi ’92 is on a mission to save the planet

Winter 2008

Smith Alumnae Quarterly Winter 2008

  • Messenger of faith and healing: Prominent physician-turned-Episcopal-priest Anne Brower ’60 helps parishioners as they struggle with life’s deepest questions
  • From books to bytes: How libraries are managing in our digital world
  • Her own song: Haniya Aslam ’02 finds pop success in Pakistan

Fall 2008

Smith Alumnae Quarterly Winter 2008

  • Front and center: Well-placed alumnae are a driving force in this year’s race for the White House
  • Why women will decide our next president
  • Smith faculty on what the election has taught us about race, gender, and history
  • Reunion 2008: The women we’ve become

Summer 2008

Smith Alumnae Quarterly Summer 2008

  • Honest talk: Four seniors open up about race on campus
  • Patricia Marten DiBartolo ’89 uncovers perfectionism’s damaging roots
  • Six alumnae poets on why poetry matters
  • What’s next for Oscar-winning filmmaker Cynthia Wade ’89

Spring 2008

Smith Alumnae Quarterly Spring 2008

  • Women and heart disease
  • A call for justice: In 1927, Smith students and faculty rallied to save two convicted murderers
  • Fair play: economics professor Andrew Zimbalist revists Title IX
  • All that jazz: Sue Graham Mingus ’52 celebrates her husband’s musical legacy

Winter 2007

Smith Alumnae Quarterly Winter 2007

  • Keeper of the trust: Enforcement chief Linda Chatman Thomsen ’76 does more than ensure the integrity of the nation’s stock exchanges; she protects people’s lifestyles
  • A professor’s pilgrimage: Floyd Cheung and his students travel to a World War II-era Japanese internment camp and learn an important history lesson
  • Hire-wire act: Krin Haglund ’99 wows crowds as a “new circus” performer
  • A place for poets: Smith’s Poetry Center marks a milestone

Fall 2007

Smith Alumnae Quarterly Fall 2007

  • America’s new “cool girl” chef: TV chef and author Devin Alexander ’93 adds a dash of fun to low-fat cooking
  • “When is it going to stop?” Women’s lives are busier than ever and the stress is taking a surprising toll on their physical well-being
  • She got game: Soccer coach Luma Mufleh ’97 has become a champion for children from war-torn countries who have settled in the United States
  • Narratives of success: Reunion inspires alumnae to recall their youthful dreams– and what really happened

Summer 2007: Women’s Health Issue

Smith Alumnae Quarterly Summer 2007

  • A surgeon’s journey: Even before her own diagnosis, breast cancer surgeon Carolyn Scerbo Kaelin ’83 was known for her patients-come-first spirit. Her experience as a survivor has only deepend her empathy.
  • A revolution in care: Forty years of women’s health history
  • Menopause: How alumnae are managing this midlife milestone
  • Smart foods: Keys to good nutrition at every stage of life

Spring 2007

Smith Alumnae Quarterly Summer 2007

  • Small wonders: Alumnae pin their hopes on the latest reproduction technology to achieve their dreams of motherhood
  • Board equity: Already powerful on nonprofit boards, women are slowly making headway in the corporate boardroom
  • Sounds of Smith: Radio station WOZQ streams worldwide on the Web

Winter 2006

Smith Alumnae Quarterly Winter 2006

  • Art, from the insude: How alumnae like Thelma Golden ’87 are shaping New York’s art scene– and their advice to students hoping to break in
  • The chaos of clutter: Psychology professor Randy Frost explores the complex behavior of compulsive disorders
  • Laptops to iPods: The high-tech staples of student life
  • The changing face of Smith: Alumnae welcome the most diverse class in the college’s history

Fall 2006

Smith Alumnae Quarterly Fall 2006

  • A seat at the table: Reaching Hispanic consumers is critical, and advertising executive Delores Kunda ’77 is making sure business pay attention to this vital audience
  • Reunion 2006
  • Darcy Wakefield ’92: An excerpt from her inspiring memoir about life and loss
  • A peek at the class of 2010: Who are they? Where do they come from? What will they study?

Summer 2006

Smith Alumnae Quarterly Fall 2006

  • Dating’s new rules: Who pays? Whose income matters? Who makes the first move? Four young alumnae report that much has changed on the road to romance
  • Julia McWilliams Child ’34: An excerpt from her final book
  • Bringing some relief to the Gulf Coast
  • The scream heard round the campus

Spring 2006

Smith Alumnae Quarterly Fall 2006

  • A “voice of conscience”: Pioneering medical sociologist Renee Fox ’49 was one of the first to raise important ethical questions about how far doctors should go in their quest to prolong life
  • Mixing it up in the sciences
  • Alumnae in the blogosphere

Winter 2005

Smith Alumnae Quarterly Winter 2005

  • Home: Where we live, how we live, what it means to us
  • Dramatic stories from Gulf Coast alumnae
  • Ada Comstock Scholars celebrate a milestone