Smith Night at Play “No One Is Forgotten” in NYC

July 13, 2019
Location: Rattlestick Playwrights Theater, 224 Waverly Place, New York City
Contact: Sarah DuCray ‘95 (

Winter Miller ’95 writes: 

I wanted to let everyone know I’m producing and directing a play I wrote this summer, and I have designated JULY 13th as the official Smith College night. (Knowing Smithies, other nights may also be mini-reunions.) Either way, please take pics of groups of Smithies for the Quarterly! (Feel free to send these pics to Sarah DuCray: with everyone’s names and years left to right and she will help you write the caption and submit it.) 

We hope to fill the house with Smithies–some are coming in from Boston and even D.C. for this event. Maybe even further, we can’t wait to find out!

Here’s where people can order their tix for July 13th Smith Night: then, Here’s the CODE: NOONESMITHIE (which eliminates the $5 cost of handling). There are a few $20 tickets and the other tickets are $40 for the 13th. We’ve also made it a priority for this show to be financially accessible to people based on their economic capacity, so every performance has TEN $10 tickets available using the code 10ACTIVIST at checkout. Grab ’em while you still can!

To read a little more about the play, the website is The play will run approximately 80 minutes, and afterward we’ll go to a nearby venue TBD to catch up and say hello. There will be Smithies from different classes, but we suggest folks order tickets asap, because they may sell out soon!

Thank you for your interest and we look forward to seeing you at NO ONE IS FORGOTTEN @Rattlestick Playwrights Theater 224 Waverly Place, NYC.

*If people want to come on a night besides July 13th, that’s just fine, but July 13th is the one official Smith night. Please join us!!!

Private Tour of the Old Korea Legation Museum

Tuesday, July 16, 2019 from 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM
Location: Logan Circle 1500 13th St NW Washington DC 20005
Cost: Free
RSVP: Corrina Sowden ’07 (

Join the Private Guided Tour of the Recently Restored Old Korean Legation Museum! Hosted by Minchi Hyun ’15.

Located in the historic Logan Circle neighborhood, the Old Korean Legation building is the cradle for the Korea-U.S. friendship born out of the dedicated diplomatic efforts of the Joseon dynasty. It has witnessed major events in both Korean and American history. It also provided a window for absorbing modern cultural elements from the west. Today, the Old Korean Legation building is the sole example preserving its original appearance among the extant nineteenth-century diplomatic mission buildings in Washington D.C. and is highly valued for its historical significance.

The SCCW Mentoring Program invites mentors and mentees from all years and cohorts to join for a Happy Hour on Thursday, July 18, from 5:30pm – 7:30pm at Mission at DuPont Circle (1606 20th Street NW, Washington, DC).

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