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Home Smith Home: Comstock House

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 of home—including a poster of her hometown of New York City and a Dominican Republic flag, her birthplace—mixed with keepsakes from teaching internships and Smith Latina leadership conferences.  See all the Home Smith Home videos

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About a First-Year: Aditi ’19, Episode 1

Follow three Smith students as they navigate their first year of college life.

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Smith-Tuck Business Bridge Program

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 students, the program will also be open to women studying at other institutions. Click here for more information.

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About a First-Year: Adrianna ’19, Episode 1

Follow three Smith College students as they navigate their first year of college life.

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About a First-Year: Gwen ’19, Episode 1

Follow three Smith Students as they navigate their first year of college life.

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About a First-Year: Aditi Episode 2

In the second episode of "About a First-Year" Aditi, Gwen and Adrianna have been at Smith for a month. They talk about getting used to their classes, roommates, outside activities and being away from home.

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About a First-Year: Adrianna Episode 2

In the second episode of "About a First-Year" Aditi, Gwen and Adrianna have been at Smith for a month. They talk about getting used to their classes, roommates, outside activities and being away from home.

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About a First-Year: Gwen Episode 2

In the second episode of "About a First-Year" Aditi, Gwen and Adrianna have been at Smith for a month. They talk about getting used to their classes, roommates, outside activities and being away from home.

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The Ada Comstock Scholars Program

The Ada Comstock Scholars Program was established in 1975 under President Jill Ker Conway to enable women of nontraditional college age to complete their undergraduate degree. The program was designed to accommodate women at all stages of life, offering the opportunity to complete their education on a flexible schedule and providing special academic and social supports. Named for Ada Comstock 1897, the first dean of the college at Smith, Ada Comstock Scholars enrich the Smith community in myriad ways. Learn more about this unique program and the diverse women in the class. 

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About a First-Year: Aditi ’19, Episode 3

So far, so good. In Episode 3 of About a First-Year, Aditi, Gwen and Adrianna talk about adjusting to college life.
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