News & Events

Students and faculty are invited to a forum to discuss the future of libraries at Smith, as well as models for possible renovation. 12 noon-1 pm.
Report from the Front Lines: Gender, Sexuality and Immigration Reform, Wednesday, April 16, 7:30 pm, Weinstein Auditorium.
The exhibition of work by students in Meredith Broberg’s Fall 2013 course of the same name, is on view in the lobby of Hillyer Art Library until April 14, 2014.
New audiovisual material is being digitized and added the the SSC's Streaming Media page. Check back often to see the latest additions.
Su, an Ada Comstock Scholar graduating in May, will read from her book about her total memory loss following an accident at age 22.
Learn more about our Electronic Resources Associate and US National Parks booster.
As part of her senior capstone project, Su Meck, AC class of 2014, put together this exhibition highlighting samples from the Ann M. Martin papers.
Elizabeth (Beth) Myers will assume the position overseeing the college's three special collections, Sophia Smith Collection, College Archives, and Mortimer Rare Book Room in May. She will serve as the chief curator of the Sophia Smith Collection.
Students Michelle Anderer '15 and Zane Razzaq '15 asked a number of students and faculty what they love about the Smith College Libraries. See what they have to say.
Mimi Lempart, Electronic Resources Supervisor in Neilson Library, conceived of the idea for this exhibition showcasing the creativity of Libraries' staff, on the occasion of her retirement in May 2014.
See parking and access information for Mendenhall Center during construction of the new Health and Wellness Center on Belmont Ave., Nov. 2013 through Sept. 2014.
Smith and Five College students, faculty, and staff can use SmithSecure; all others can use SmithGuest.
Have you ever been surprised to find that your password still works for Smith Mail, but you can't log on to a networked computer or connect to Moodle?