Junzhou Liu, 19, a rising sophomore at Smith from Beijing whose summer internship is managing the Smith College Community Garden. The garden was first established in 2008 on Fort Hill property but moved to its current locale in 2010 off of Prospect Street between Northrup-Gilette and Lamont Houses. The garden hosts work parties for volunteers every Friday from 1:30 to 4:30 p.m. #summeratsmith (at Chapin House - Smith College)
High school girls attending one of Smith’s non-degree summer programs at Chase House presented this giant “thank you” to Dining Services staff recently for meals prepared during the program. “They usually send us email,” said Kitchen Assistant Carol Kelly. “This was a real surprise.” #summeratsmith
"The important thing is that we should like each other," said Bloomsbury Group writer Lytton Strachey in a letter to Virginia Woolf.
The letter—part of Smith College’s library collections—is on loan to the National Portrait Gallery in London as part of an exhibition on “Virginia Woolf: Art, Life and Vision.” See it, and other items on loan from Smith, through October 24.