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POP-UP Halloween Zoom - Always Scarier After Dark!

Ghosts of the Berkshires and Pioneer Valley

Thursday, October 28, 8:30 PM - 9:30 PM 

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Before it became a haven for arts and culture, the Berkshires and the Pioneer Valley in Western Massachusetts was a rugged, sparsely populated frontier. From the early days of revolutionary fervor and industrial enterprise to today’s tourism, many chilling stories remain. A lost girl haunts a cemetery in Washington, and mysterious spirits still perform at Tanglewood. From the ghostly halls of the Houghton Mansion to the eerie events at the Hoosac Tunnel, residents and visitors alike have felt fear and awe in these hills, telling tales of shadow figures, disembodied voices and spectral trains. 

This Halloween, experience the thrills of spooky ghost stories right from your own home! 

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LATEST NEWS

News: Angel De Cora class of 1896 - lecture by Yvonne Tiger '03

On Thursday evening, yvonne-tiger-smallerOctober 21, SCCNYC celebrated the uncelebrated.  Hinuk Maxiwi Kerenaka/Angel De Cora, Smith class of 1896 and influential illustrator in the late 19th and early 20th century, was brought to life with a rousing lecture by Yvonne Tiger '03 sponsored by the Society of Illustrators  (East 63rd Street, NYC). 

 

 

News: Smith College will be changing their financial aid policies

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Smith will now eliminate loans from undergraduate financial aid for freshman, sophomores, juniors, Ada Comstock Scholars and all future students in an effort to "make a Smith education available to all qualified students regardless of family resources".

 

 

               ANNOUNCEMENTS                                                                   

grecourt-gates-1 Our outreach for interview volunteers for SCCNYC's Admissions Committee was quite successful - Thank you for your support!  Admissions volunteers are on board for each borough and interviews have started for NYC prospects. If you are interested in learning more about this year's  (2021-2022) Committee programs please click here                                          

 

                                                                                                      

 






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