The Grecourt Gate is Smith's online portal for news, events and announcements.
The Smith eDigest is sent to all campus e-mail accounts, providing important notices, college news, deadline notifications and other college information.
Insight is an online journal chronicling the ideas, intellectual life and creative thinking inherent within the culture of research and the liberal arts at Smith.
The Smith Alumnae Quarterly was established in 1909 and is published by the Alumnae Association four times a year.
Distributed by the Alumnae Association, Notes from Paradise is an e-newsletter for alumnae and friends of the college.
The Sophian is the official, independent student newspaper.
Published through Spring 2010, NewsSmith was distributed by the Office of College Relations for alumnae, staff, students and friends.
Listings of upcoming events at the libraries, current exhibitions, links to online exhibits and to newletters, including News from the Smith College Libraries, Friends of the Libraries Newsletter and the Sophia Smith Collection's Imposing Evidence.
Since 1930, the Smith College Studies in Social Work has published materials of interest to clinical social workers and social work educators.
Meridians, a collaborative venture of Smith's Women's Studies Program and Wesleyan University, is a new feminist interdisciplinary journal and forum for scholarship and creative work by and about women of color.
The Amazonian Literary Review is a journal dedicated to the literary traditions of the countries of the Amazonian Basin.
Published twice each year by the Friends of the Botanic Garden.
The Human Resources staff strive to create a work environment where leadership, learning and growth are fostered at all levels of the institution.
Produced by the college's Staff Council, the Chronicle is a regular publication dedicated to staff news and events and to fostering a sense of community among staff members.
Maintained by the Office of College Relations, the Smith Style Guide is a reference for Smith-specific words and phrases.