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Anonymous asked:

Sophian Staff- I am a Smith alum who now works in a Graduate Admissions office. We were coming next academic year for a grad school fair and were interested in posting an advertisement in the Sophian to promote our visit. Do you sell ad space in the Sophian? What are our options/pricing? Thank you! -Sarah (617-521-2915)

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Hi Sarah,

Thanks for your interest in The Sophian! Please keep in mind our first issue will be distributed ~September 18, and every Thursday onward (excluding breaks) - if that still fits your schedule we would be more than happy to advertise with you!

If you would like to advertise with us in the fall, shoot us an email at sophianmanaging@gmail.com (separate from our official sophian email, sophian@smith.edu) and we can provide you our rate card. 

Looking forward to business with you,

The Sophian

Server and Website Down

Dearest Smithies,

We are currently experiencing technical difficulties as our server is down, which in turn we believe caused our website to be down as well. We are actively working with IT to restore functionality ASAP. Please bear with us and we apologize for any inconvenience caused.

Sincerely,

Joy (web editor) and the rest of the Sophian Editorial Team

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letrangg asked:

Hi, I'll be a freshman at Smith this fall and I would love to join the Smith Sophian. Will you guys recruit members this year?

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Come to our meeting in the CC Carroll Room at 7 on Thursday!

Pick up a copy of the latest Sophian! #smithcollege #smithsophian

smithsga:

In light of the racist and homophobic events occurring at Oberlin College, we’ve created a banner for Smithies to sign in solidarity with their struggle. We hope you’ll stop by the SGA Office on the second floor of the CC between 9 and 5 Monday thru Friday this week to sign.

futurejournalismproject:

Vivek Wadhwa recently wrote:

Women are primed to lead in this new era. Girls now match boys in mathematical achievement. In the U.S., 140 women enroll in higher education for every 100 men. Women earn more than 50 percent of all bachelor’s and master’s degrees, and nearly 50 percent of all…

Happy International Women’s Day! 

New Revamp of All Things Sophian on the Web

Hi everybody! This is Joy, the current web editor for the Sophian. There will be a real attempt (finally) to fully utilize all Sophian social media including Twitter, Facebook and of course here on Tumblr. The staff would most welcome all kinds of input, ideas and opinions on how to make this useful for students and all other members of the community. Let us know and keep an eye out for things! :)

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Women Seeing WomenInternational Women’s Day, March 8
“Mallarme said that everything in the world exists in order to end in a book. Today everything exists to end in a photograph.” —Susan Sontag
Hanna Putz (featured in the first slide of this preview) nurtured her awareness as a photographer, starting out as a model in front of the camera. Echoing Sontag’s sentiment, she has looked for ways to shake up the “permanent posing” of her generation. In creating portraits of friends who had recently given birth to their first children, she noticed a remarkable shift in awareness. “Their attention is mainly on their child, and [they] are also in some kind of a transitional phase, as they are adjusting to the new role that has just been given to them,” said Putz in an interview with BJP.
On the occasion of International Women’s Day, Newsweek & The Daily Beast features work from 15 talented women who represent a range of remarkable awareness as lovers, daughters, mothers, and foremost artists.
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Women Seeing WomenInternational Women’s Day, March 8
“Mallarme said that everything in the world exists in order to end in a book. Today everything exists to end in a photograph.” —Susan Sontag
Hanna Putz (featured in the first slide of this preview) nurtured her awareness as a photographer, starting out as a model in front of the camera. Echoing Sontag’s sentiment, she has looked for ways to shake up the “permanent posing” of her generation. In creating portraits of friends who had recently given birth to their first children, she noticed a remarkable shift in awareness. “Their attention is mainly on their child, and [they] are also in some kind of a transitional phase, as they are adjusting to the new role that has just been given to them,” said Putz in an interview with BJP.
On the occasion of International Women’s Day, Newsweek & The Daily Beast features work from 15 talented women who represent a range of remarkable awareness as lovers, daughters, mothers, and foremost artists.
picturedept:

Women Seeing WomenInternational Women’s Day, March 8
“Mallarme said that everything in the world exists in order to end in a book. Today everything exists to end in a photograph.” —Susan Sontag
Hanna Putz (featured in the first slide of this preview) nurtured her awareness as a photographer, starting out as a model in front of the camera. Echoing Sontag’s sentiment, she has looked for ways to shake up the “permanent posing” of her generation. In creating portraits of friends who had recently given birth to their first children, she noticed a remarkable shift in awareness. “Their attention is mainly on their child, and [they] are also in some kind of a transitional phase, as they are adjusting to the new role that has just been given to them,” said Putz in an interview with BJP.
On the occasion of International Women’s Day, Newsweek & The Daily Beast features work from 15 talented women who represent a range of remarkable awareness as lovers, daughters, mothers, and foremost artists.
picturedept:

Women Seeing WomenInternational Women’s Day, March 8
“Mallarme said that everything in the world exists in order to end in a book. Today everything exists to end in a photograph.” —Susan Sontag
Hanna Putz (featured in the first slide of this preview) nurtured her awareness as a photographer, starting out as a model in front of the camera. Echoing Sontag’s sentiment, she has looked for ways to shake up the “permanent posing” of her generation. In creating portraits of friends who had recently given birth to their first children, she noticed a remarkable shift in awareness. “Their attention is mainly on their child, and [they] are also in some kind of a transitional phase, as they are adjusting to the new role that has just been given to them,” said Putz in an interview with BJP.
On the occasion of International Women’s Day, Newsweek & The Daily Beast features work from 15 talented women who represent a range of remarkable awareness as lovers, daughters, mothers, and foremost artists.

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Women Seeing Women
International Women’s Day, March 8

“Mallarme said that everything in the world exists in order to end in a book. Today everything exists to end in a photograph.” —Susan Sontag

Hanna Putz (featured in the first slide of this preview) nurtured her awareness as a photographer, starting out as a model in front of the camera. Echoing Sontag’s sentiment, she has looked for ways to shake up the “permanent posing” of her generation. In creating portraits of friends who had recently given birth to their first children, she noticed a remarkable shift in awareness. “Their attention is mainly on their child, and [they] are also in some kind of a transitional phase, as they are adjusting to the new role that has just been given to them,” said Putz in an interview with BJP.

On the occasion of International Women’s Day, Newsweek & The Daily Beast features work from 15 talented women who represent a range of remarkable awareness as lovers, daughters, mothers, and foremost artists.

(via newsweek)

The century of women #smithcollege #internationalwomansday