Upcoming April Events from Smith College Club of NYC

Please join us at one of the terrific events scheduled in the coming weeks. On April 13, come hear 2014 Rally Day Medalist and Pulitizer Prize-winning journalist Amy Ellis Nutt '77 share stories about her exciting career. Or sign up for the lecture by Elliot Fratkin, Gwendolen M. Carter Professor of African Studies, on "Africa: The Good, The Bad, The Unexpected." And don't forget the Club's Annual Scholarship Benefit featuring The Honorable Jane Lakes Harman '66 on April 30!

Young Alumnae/Young-at-Heart Networking Brunch
Saturday, 04/12/14 at 1:00pm
Brunch and Smithies--what a perfect way to spend a Saturday!

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Amy Ellis Nutt '77, Pulitzer Prize -winning journalist, Rally Day Medalist (2014)
Thursday, 04/17/14 at 6:30pm
Come meet this extraordinary alumna as she discusses her career.

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Breaking Barriers: Smith Alumnae Dialogue
Wednesday, 04/23/14 at 6:00pm
Please join us for an evening of thoughtful and engaging dialogue on issues of diversity and inclusion in our personal and professional lives.

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Professor Elliot Fratkin, Gwendolen M. Carter Professor of African Studies
Saturday, 04/26/14 at 2:00pm
Department of Anthropology, Smith College.

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Book Group – “My Beloved World” by U.S. Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor
Monday, 04/28/14 at 6:30pm
Share an evening with Smithies and stimulating conversation!

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Annual Scholarship Benefit with The Honorable Jane Lakes Harman '66 - SOLD OUT
Wednesday, 04/30/14 at 6:00pm
A thought-provoking evening in a glamorous setting supporting the SCCNYC Scholarship Fund.

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Please note: Registration fees for events and activities are transferrable but not refundable. Thank you.   

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