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Smith College

JERREY ROBERTS
A worker from Truehart Construction in Southampton work at Smith College Monday to restore an area near Paradise Pond where a sinkhole occurred, due to a ruptured storm drain pipe. The College Lane entrance to a frequently used walking path has been closed for the repairs, but is expected to re-open soon.

Smith College works on sinkhole near Paradise Pond

Monday, July 14, 2014

NORTHAMPTON — Work to repair a sinkhole that swallowed up a paved path on the hill overlooking Smith College’s Paradise Pond is underway. The sinkhole opened up in mid-May and is 15 feet in diameter and 12 feet deep, according to Smith College spokeswoman Stacey Schmeidel. Located about halfway down the hill between the admissions office and the pond, the … 0

Birds of a feather: Visually impaired youth find new experiences, friendship at Northampton camp

Friday, July 11, 2014

NORTHAMPTON — In a quiet classroom on the Smith College campus Friday, a tiny, big-eyed saw-whet owl perched calmly while 10-year-old Paige Drury let her hands be guided until she was gently stroking feathers on the bird’s back. Afterwards, Drury, who is blind, smiled when she described what it felt like to touch … 0

Smith College students plan rally advocating for change in admission policy on transgender applicants

Tuesday, April 22, 2014

NORTHAMPTON — Smith College students are planning a rally this week to advocate for change in the way the college deals with transgender applicants. Smith sophomore Sarah Fraas, 20, said organizers have been trying to get the college to adopt policies that would be more inclusive to transgender people who apply for admission … 3

Home stretch

Sunday, December 2, 2012

A student listens to a recording at the Josten Performing Arts Library at Smith College. First-semester classes end at Smith Dec. 13. … 0

Pallav K. Parakh, pedestrian struck by truck in Northampton, succumbs to injuries

Tuesday, November 13, 2012

Pallav K. Parakh of Hatfield has died as a result of injuries he suffered when he was struck by a truck in downtown Northampton Oct. 31. First District Attorney Steven E. Gagne said Tuesday afternoon that Pallav K. Parakh, 35, of 6 Bridge St., died within the last … 0

Smith College battens down the hatches as student wait for Sandy

Monday, October 29, 2012

NORTHAMPTON — At Smith College Monday, students nervously anticipated the much-heralded arrival of Sandy. Classes were cancelled, dining halls closed early. And then it was hurry up and wait. The college had sent repetitive warnings to students about the possibility of a power outage. Students took heed. “I … 0

Beehive at Smith College a 'colossal' challenge

Thursday, September 27, 2012

NORTHAMPTON — High above the Smith College campus, Northampton resident Adam Novitt leaned over the top of a brick chimney on the roof of the four-story Seelye Hall. He’s not a chimney sweep, a roofer or even a … 0