American Jeffrey Fowle released from North Korean prison. Press turns to Edith Stix Wasserman Professor of Asian Studies, Professor of Political Science, and Brookings Institute Fellow Kathy Moon for analysis on recent North Korea events.


AP photo: Jeffrey Fowle reunited with family


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    Wellesley Celebrates Annual Tanner Conference

    Today, the College community gathers for a full day of presentations about student out-of-classroom experiences. The Tanner Conference celebrates the diversity and depth of student endeavors. 

    October 28, 2014
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    Alumnae Association Presents First Sed Ministrare Volunteer Awards

    Whitney Shaffer Ackerman ’03, Charlotte Hayes’75, Helen Kriz Marshall ’77, and Martha Reardon Bewick ’62 are the first recipients of the Sed Ministrare Volunteer Award, established this year to honor outstanding volunteer service to Wellesley College.

    October 27, 2014
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    Wellesley Astronomers Explore New Realms

    Wellesley alumnae and faculty lead pioneering research on Saturn, Mars, and other planets in their various roles within the global community of astronomers.

    October 24, 2014
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    Wall Street Journal: Manisha Thakor ’92 on the Gender Pay Gap

    Speaking at a conference for women in tech earlier this month, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella made the controversial suggestion that women in tech should not ask for raises, instead trusting to “faith” and “karma.” Manisha Thakor ’92 says women should be thanking him.

    October 23, 2014

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