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Wilder House has been renamed to honor pioneering educator and mathematician Martha Euphemia Lofton Haynes, class of 1914.


Musings from the Medalists

Rally Day honorees impart powerful life lessons and words of advice during the ceremony on Feb. 22.

  • Events
  • February 26, 2024
The 2024 Medalists with President Sarah Willie-LeBreton

Champions on the Court

Smith basketball won its fourth NEWMAC title game Sunday, earning a bid to the NCAA tournament.

  • Athletics
  • February 26, 2024

Learn more about how Smith is providing resources and support for Smith's on-campus community related to antisemitism and Islamophobia.

Smith Alumnae Quarterly

Check out the landing page for the Smith Alumnae Quarterly, containing current and past issues.

On the Cover, Winter 2024

The college's award-winning athletics director, Kristin Hughes, fosters a culture of excellence and inclusivity on and off the field. Read about how she is taking Smith's sports program to new heights.

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Alumnae News

Smith Alum Thrives in Squid Game

Ashley Tolbert ’14 has been navigating intensity on the TV series "Squid Game: The Challenge."

  • Alumnae News
  • December 1, 2023
Research & Inquiry

The Big One

Professor Jack Loveless is trying to improve the Pacific Northwest’s ‘seismic resilience.’

  • Research & Inquiry
  • November 29, 2023
Smith & Northampton

Curbing Light Pollution

Professor James Lowenthal says new lighting in Northampton could help preserve dark skies.

  • Smith & Northampton
  • November 27, 2023
Campus Life

Mapping the Holiday

Add your travel plans to Smith's annual ToFurkey map.

  • Campus Life
  • November 20, 2023
Research & Inquiry

People News, November 2023

Read about the recent accomplishments of students, faculty, staff and alums.

  • Research & Inquiry
  • November 17, 2023

A Hall of Famer

Professor Loretta Ross has been inducted into the National Women's Hall of Fame.

  • Faculty
  • November 16, 2023
Associate Professor Loretta Ross wearing a red headband
Campus Life

Building Futures

Kathleen McCartney Hall will be a hub for career development and leadership.

  • Campus Life
  • November 16, 2023
Campus Life

Reflecting on Joy and Justice

Cromwell Day activities ranged from poetry readings to art exhibits to data sharing.

  • Campus Life
  • November 6, 2023

Other News & Publications

Smith Alumnae Quarterly  
The Smith Alumnae Quarterly was established in 1909 and is published by the Office of College Relations four times a year.

Smith eDigest 
The Smith eDigest is sent to all campus e-mail accounts, providing important notices, college news, deadline notifications and other college information.

Notes From Paradise
Distributed weekly by the Office of College Relations, Notes From Paradise is an e-newsletter for alumnae, faculty, staff, students and friends of the college.

Smith in the News
Smith in the News is an online digest of recent media mentions of Smith College people and programs.

Insight was an online journal chronicling the ideas, intellectual life and creative thinking inherent within the culture of research and the liberal arts at Smith. It was published from 2010 to 2016.

The Sophian
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.

Library Events, Exhibitions & News
Listings of upcoming events at the libraries, current exhibitions, links to online exhibits and to newsletters, including News from the Smith College Libraries, Friends of the Libraries Newsletter and the Sophia Smith Collection’s Imposing Evidence.

Smith College Studies in Social Work
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.

Amazonian Literary Review
The Amazonian Literary Review is a journal dedicated to the literary traditions of the countries of the Amazonian Basin.

Botanic Garden News
Published twice each year by the Friends of the Botanic Garden.

Smith Style Guide
Maintained by the Office of College Relations, the Smith Style Guide is a reference for Smith-specific words and phrases.