Archive for March, 2014

Dean Ohotnicky Honored by American College Personnel Association

News March 6, 2014 at 12:55 am 0 comments

Olivia Goodman ’14 News Editor Dean of Students Julianne Ohotnicky has been selected to receive the Award for Student Impact from the American College Personnel Association’s Commission for Student Conduct and Legal Issues. The ACPA, headquartered at the National Center for Higher Education in Washington, D.C., is, according to theirRead More

Smith Panel Addresses History of the IMF

News March 6, 2014 at 12:53 am 0 comments

Kyle Kaplan ’15 Arts Editor Last Friday, on February 28, the Lewis Global Studies Center hosted a panel of five Smith faculty members in response to the conversations that were being had about the IMF and Christine Lagarde as Smith’s commencement speaker. When asked if it was the LGSC’s ideaRead More

Interview With SGA Secretary Elizabeth Yun

Features March 6, 2014 at 12:48 am 0 comments

Michelle Lee ’16 Design Editor This week the Sophian would like to present Elizabeth Yun ’15, the sharp, fiscally-minded Student Government Association treasurer. As the head of most, if not all, SGA financial transactions, it is no surprise that Yun, an Economics Major, is well versed in budgeting and holds aRead More

How “Thelma and Louise” Relates to Us Today

Arts March 6, 2014 at 12:41 am 0 comments

Sarah Robbins ’17 Assistant Arts Editor Last year, I finally took a significant step in improving my social awareness: I made a Tumblr account. All my friends were on it. Because they would not stop talking or referencing things they’d seen on it, and apparently it was geek-chic, I madeRead More

Queen Cultural Narratives as Seen on Tumblr

Arts March 6, 2014 at 12:39 am 0 comments

Sarah Liggera ’17 Contributing Writer Last year, I finally took a significant step in improving my social awareness: I made a Tumblr account. All my friends were on it. Because they would not stop talking or referencing things they’d seen on it, and apparently it was geek-chic, I made oneRead More

Smith Artist of the Month: Kavita Bhandari

Arts March 6, 2014 at 12:37 am 0 comments

Kyle Kaplan ’15 Arts Editor Kavita Bhandari ’16, a recent transfer student and gifted actress, has been featured in two of Afreen Ghandi’s ’16 plays. After her powerful performance in Mehru last semester, Bhandari returns to the stage as Spura Baai, the domestic help and comic relief in Kamala, whichRead More

Does Universal Access to Houses Ensure Safety?

Features March 6, 2014 at 12:00 am 0 comments

Erin Richards ’15 Sports Editor The shift into spring semester brought many new things into our Smithie lives. New classes. New professors. New universal OneCard access to all the houses. If you’re like me, the news of the universal swipe brought you great joy. There will be no more standingRead More