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Emily Cryan '17 looks out over central campus from a circular antique window in Chapin House. But her favorite part of her room is the secret alcove where she can curl up and relax. She is also the current keeper of a figurine that has been passed down through generations of Chapinites. See all the Home Smith Home episodes

  • The Praxis Funding Program guarantees a paid internship to all Smith students. Annually, more than 400 students...

  • Milanes Morejon '15 loves the Jordan House community, which is always ready with a smile. Her corner room has a gorgeous view and plenty of light, and is filled with dozens of small momentos...

  • Sarah Lopez '17 and Veronica Brown '17 enjoyed rooming with each other so much as first years that they chose to live together again as sophomores. They think having a good roommate is a...

  • When Ayla Schlosser ’09, who is Jewish, was 15 years old, a classroom discussion about conflict in the Mideast left her feeling hurt, confused, and misunderstood. Through this experience,...

  • Haley Crockett '15 loves inviting friends to spend time in her room in Lamont House. Her simple, minimalist decor, along with a gorgeous view, makes her room her sanctuary....

  • Yenelsa Duran ’16’s room in Comstock House is a perfect mix of comfortable, pretty and functional. The double education and Portuguese/Brazilian studies major has plenty of mementos...

  • The Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth and Smith College are excited to launch the Smith-Tuck Business Bridge Program, to be held on the Smith campus in May 2015. While primarily for Smith...

  • The Ada Comstock Scholars Program was established in 1975 under President Jill Ker Conway to enable women of nontraditional...

  • 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...

  • "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...

  • The MacLeish Field Station is the perfect studio for botanic sculptor Dan Ladd. Ladd, artist in residence at MacLeish, says that his work with trees and plants is “collaborative.”...

  • Panel Discussion Monday, September 8, 2014
    Four scholars who are experts in African American history and culture, politics, criminal justice and social protest offer help making...

  • Smith College's experienced tour guides give their best tips for making the most of your college tour. Tours are often an overview, and colleges can blur together. Dig deeper and experience...

  • This year’s Summer Science and Engineering Program at Smith had its largest group ever — 116 high school girls took courses with faculty in physics, computer science, biology,...

  • Under an innovative initiative called Achieving Excellence in Mathematics, Engineering and Sciences (AEMES), Smith reaches out to students who have expressed interest in those fields to increase...

  • Capen Garden is designed as a series of outdoor garden rooms. The largest is bisected by a rustic pergola supporting old varieties of climbing roses.

  • With another record year in admissions, 15 new Fulbright fellows and Smith’s first Rhodes Scholar in 17 years, it has been another great year at Smith. In this special video message,...

  • The campus in summer, with music by The 2006 Smiffenpoofs.

  • A little rain did not dampen the spirits of alumnae as they marched in the Alumnae Parade during 2014 All Reunion Weekend. Watch the highlights.

  • Commencement Weekend is Smith's final chance to honor its graduating seniors. The weekend culminates on Sunday when parents, friends and seniors gather to hear a distinguished speaker and...

  • Ivy Day festivities, including the Alumnae Parade and senior class procession, were held Saturday, May 17, 2014. The event included remarks by President Kathleen McCartney and the Ivy Day Awards...

  • Ruth J. Simmons delivered the 136th Commencement address on Sunday, May 18, 2014. Noting that “the collision of views and ideologies is in the DNA of the academic enterprise,”...

  • Since her first year at Smith, STRIDE scholar Karen Yu ’16 has worked at the Botanic Garden with Manager of Education and Outreach Madelaine Zadik. Yu’s final STRIDE project features...

  • Mellon Five College Postdoctoral Fellow in African Art and Architecture Amanda Gilvin’s African art history class comes to the Smith College Museum of Art to discuss their role in curating...

  • Packing up leftovers from Smith dining rooms to deliver to local homeless shelters was a no-brainer for Sibyl Brown ’14. “Recovering food from our dining rooms is such an easy way to...