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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, she found that finding her voice and sharing her story not only helped to educate others, it empowered her. That is what Resonate is all about. Schlosser is the founder and executive of Resonate, which conducts workshops for women in impoverished countries to help them find their voices, tell their stories, preparing them for leadership roles in their communities. Here Schlosser—a Mary Maples Dunn scholar, who graduated with a major in political science and a minor in Spanish—talks about Resonate and her goals for the organization. 

  • Ada Comstock Scholar Shara Concepcion ’14 is house coordinator of 150 Elm Street—an all Ada house. A New York City native, she appreciates the relaxing atmosphere of her large,...

  • Adam Hall, Professor
    Department of Biological Sciences
    Neuroscience & Biochemistry Programs

    As a postdoctoral researcher at Imperial College in London, England...

  • Duckett House resident Julia Leitermann ’15 gives us a tour of her room. With its distinctive little nooks and tiny white lights, there are several perfect spots to have coffee, read or...

  • Smith places a high value on teaching, and each year demonstrates that commitment by honoring three outstanding faculty members with the Sherrerd Prize for Distinguished Teaching. This year...

  • Nicole Schermerhorn Laschever ’15’s room in Albright House reflects her double major in art and theater as well as her interest in “absolutely everything.”

  • This fall, Jeannie Cho Lee and Annie Morita, both class of  ’90, were invited to participate in the second annual Elizabeth Miller ’81 Lecture, “Risk-taking and its...

  • Haisely Wert ’16 lives in Jordan House, where she has filled her room with memories and mementos of family and friends back home, her love of crafting and an ever-expanding collage wall....

  • Kathleen McCartney and the Smith community join Bagpipers as they march from the Quadrangle to the ITT for the start of Installation Ceremony.

  • The installation of Smith College’s 11th president, Kathleen McCartney, took place on October 19, 2013, with the Smith community and notable guests on hand to celebrate and to discuss the...

  • Members of the Smith community and notable guests who came to campus to celebrate the inauguration of Kathleen McCartney send their best wishes to the new president and share why it’s an...

  • The Smith community was joined by delegates from colleges and universities around the world for the formal presentation of the symbols and responsibilities of office to Kathleen McCartney, Smith...

  • “To the New Year,” by Kate Soper, Assistant Professor of Music
    Commissioned by the Smith College Board of Trustees
    The Smith College Glee Club and Orchestra

  • “All You Need Is Love,” by John Lennon and Paul McCartney
    Arranged by Clifton J. Noble, Jr.
    The Smith College Campus School Chorus, Cynthia Naughton, Director
    ...

  • Delegates from colleges and universities around the world joined faculty, staff, students and alumnae for the formal presentation of the symbols and responsibilities of office to Smith...

  • A conversation showcasing women’s global leadership. Participants included Marian Wright Edelman, president and founder of the Children’s Defense Fund; Jane...

  • A panel discussion featuring Lawrence Bacow, president emeritus, Tufts University, member, Harvard Corporation, and president-in-residence, Harvard Graduate School of Education; Drew Gilpin...

  • Tim Draper and wife Melissa Parker Draper ’77 came to campus to talk to students about the benefits of entrepreneurship. Tim Draper is the founder of the global venture capital firm,...

  • In her capstone project for the Archives Concentration Program, Amanda Ferrara '13 curated a show titled "The Bell Jar Revisited" with the help of Karen V. Kukil, Associate Curator...

  • Meet just some of the growing number of alumnae drawn to the ideals of small-scale sustainable farming, using their liberal arts education to reimagine the business of growing and selling...

  • SmiKPOP and Smith Ukes become official organizations at Smith.

    Supported by the Student Government Association and overseen by the Office of Student Engagement, clubs and organizations...

  • Martin Antonetti, curator of rare books, demonstrates the historical craft of printing with metal type. The 19th-century iron handpress was restored by Antonetti and Greg Young, the former...

  • Kathleen McCartney conferred her first degrees as Smith’s 11th president to graduates of the School for Social Work during commencement exercises on August 16, 2013. In her address,...

  • Best-selling author J. Courtney Sullivan ’03 dropped by to give some writing and publishing tips to students in the Young Women’s Writing Workshop held on the Smith campus over the...

  • In April, author Ann M. Martin ’77 donated her literary papers to Smith College. Martin is the creator of one of the most successful series of all time—“The Baby-sitters Club,...

  • Jane Harman '66 spoke recently at Smith about the importance of women in public service and the vital role Smith plays in educating women leaders. During her long public career, Harman has...