Archive for March, 2017

Rally Day 2017

Rally Day 2017

News March 1, 2017 at 8:31 pm 0 comments

  Hira Humayun ‘17 Editor-In-Chief On Feb. 23, Smith’s annual Rally Day introduced the 2017 commencement speaker, honorary degree recipients and Rally Day medalists. The event began with the class of 2017, clad in graduation caps and gowns –a tradition that has been part of Rally Day since 1944. SeniorsRead More

Horoscopes: Midterm edition

Features March 1, 2017 at 8:26 pm 0 comments

Aries We know you have a tendency to leap before you look, but try to schedule a little more time for yourself as papers and exams pile up. If you have a heavy week, plan time for relaxation whether it be through meditation, or spending time with a friend, soRead More

Inexpensive Tips For A Fun Spring Break

Inexpensive Tips For A Fun Spring Break

Features March 1, 2017 at 8:25 pm 0 comments

Alice Mungyu ‘19 Features Editor Staying on campus for spring break? Don’t let it get you down! There are plenty of things you can do and places you can go that will keep you busy. Most importantly, if you plan on staying for any part of spring break, don’t forgetRead More

Interview with Grammy nominated artist Vanessa Carlton

Interview with Grammy nominated artist Vanessa Carlton

Arts March 1, 2017 at 8:24 pm 0 comments

  Marissa Hank ‘20 Contributing Writer On 7 Mar. 2017, the town of Northampton has the pleasure of welcoming Grammy nominated artist Vanessa Carlton. One of Carlton’s stops on her tour is The Iron Horse in downtown Northampton. Carlton’s tour is in support of her new album Liberman Live. AsRead More

Pleasant, Polished Pop- a review of The Head and The Heart’s “Signs of Light”

Pleasant, Polished Pop- a review of The Head and The Heart’s “Signs of Light”

Arts March 1, 2017 at 8:21 pm 0 comments

  Phoebe Little ‘20 Contributing Writer “Signs of Light,” released on Sept. 9, 2016 is The Head and the Heart’s third album and its first release with Warner Bros. Records. The album shifts away from the band’s previous indie-folk sensibility to a more mainstream pop sound. The band’s “Signs ofRead More

“The Handmaiden”- A story of betrayal and romance set in 1930s colonial Korea

“The Handmaiden”- A story of betrayal and romance set in 1930s colonial Korea

Arts March 1, 2017 at 8:15 pm 0 comments

  Danielle Colburn ’20 Assistant Copy Editor “The Handmaiden,” directed by Park Chan-wook, is a psychological thriller based on the Welsh novel “Fingersmith” by Sarah Waters. While “Fingersmith” took place in Victorian England, Park Chan-wook ingeniously adapted the novel’s premise to 1930s Korea, which existed under Japanese colonial rule. TheRead More

Where Are the Women?

Where Are the Women?

Sports March 1, 2017 at 7:48 pm 0 comments

Cameo Tietje ‘18 Sports Editor One of the greatest female champions in mountain bike racing has just finished with a perfect season; so why have most people never heard of her? Rachel Atherton won all seven rounds of the UCI Downhill Mountain Bike World Cup and is a four-time worldRead More