On Saturday, November 22, prepare to "Fall for Beethoven" at Smith College Chamber Ensemble's fall concert, a beloved annual tradition. The concert will feature works by Grieg, Gonoud, and of course the titular Beethoven. One of this year's most anticipated performances will be Beethoven's Fourth Piano Concerto featuring soloist Liza Stepanova, celebrated pianist and a recent addition to the Smith Arts community.
The author of Orange is the New Black, Piper Kerman '92, talks to book critic Bethanne Patrick '85 about her advocacy work highlighting the conditions of incarcerated women, and how the Netflix series is making this topic a national conversation.
It's a busy week at the Lazarus Center! We have workshops on Interviewing, Internships & Summer Jobs, Salary Negotiation & Benefits, Finance Recruiting, Job Search for Individuals with Disabilities, Writing a 1st Resume, and finally, the Senior...
"The Life and Legacy of Otelia Cromwell," a new video about Smith's first African American graduate, is part of the college's 25th annual celebration in her honor. The video traces Cromwell’s life from her childhood in the 1870s to her emergence as a scholar and author.
#Repost from @tuckbridge —- We are thrilled to announce our new partnership with @SmithCollege! For the first time this summer we will be delivering a program on the Smith College campus! Click the...
Smith College's insight:
The Smith-Tuck Bridge Program—being held at Smith for the first time from May 25 to June 12—will offer courses in accounting, managerial economics, marketing, corporate finance, decision-making, leadership and more. The program, run by the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth, also provides critical career and networking skills to help students prepare for internships and opportunities in the business sector.
SOUTH HADLEY, Mass.--The Smith College equestrian team got back in the circle with a fifth place showing at the Mount Holyoke Show on Saturday. Smith brought in 22 ribbons, including 13 top four marks.