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A student holds the yellow Smith Botanic Blend and blue Smithie Breakfast tea boxes

Put the Kettle On

Sip sip, hooray! Debuted during the inauguration festivities of President Sarah Willie-LeBreton in October, Smith’s two custom tea blends—Smithie Breakfast and Botanic Blend—are here to stay. Rooted in Smith’s spirit and values from its inception, learn about the process behind this passion project.

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Smith, in the Moment

Campus Life

Home Sweet Haynes

Wilder House has been renamed to honor pioneering educator and mathematician.

  • Campus Life
  • February 26, 2024
Botanic Garden

2024 Spring Bulb Show

Saturday, March 2, 2024 | 10 a.m.-4 p.m.

Through March 17 at 4 p.m. at the Lyman Conservatory.

bulb show

A Culture of Curiosity

Maneeta Bhandari ’27

Engineering major; film and media studies minor

“Knowledge at Smith means getting outside of my comfort zone and learning new things to me. I have been a very STEM-focused my whole life as the popular trend in Nepal was such. With courses like those of First-Year Seminars, I have gotten an opportunity to study the liberal arts from a closer distance.”

Toby Davis ’03

Inclusion Education Trainer & Facilitator

“Knowledge at Smith happens inside and outside the classroom. In creating spaces for community, justice, and belonging it is essential to have knowledge of ourselves, knowledge of systems and their impact on us and our community, and knowledge of skills which help us create change.”

Benita Jackson

Professor of Psychology

”We can bring together anthropologists, sociologists, linguists, philosophers, psychologists, and other researchers—a liberal arts perspective—to make sense of what sickness, healing, and support mean to people, and then adapt or create, test, and improve upon current models.“

Roxanne Daniel ’22

Product Marketer, Deloitte

“Knowledge runs deep at Smith—it means much more than an understanding of what something is. Rather, Smith emphasizes knowing the how and contemplating the why.”