Lulu Chow Wang '66 became a pioneering woman leader in business largely out of a search for the intellectual stimulation she'd grown so used to at Wellesley.

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ca. 1980 photo of Lulu Chow Wang at work

HIGHLIGHTS

  • student heads into archway labeled platform 9-3/4 at dusk

    Hogwarts at Wellesley

    From Wellesley's own Platform 9¾ to a Botanic Garden exhibit to Quidditch practice, Harry Potter culture is alive and well at the College, with J.K. Rowling's short new story in the saga being a little refresher.

    November 19, 2014
  • Sally Taylor at computer with Janie Howland and two students

    Consenses Comes to Wellesley

    Art lovers are invited to bring all five senses to enjoy the Consenses interactive art installation now on display in Tishman Commons, and the newly-unveiled creative center designed by Wellesley students through Theatre Studies.

    November 18, 2014
  • three closeups: Kobkarn, Soemarno, Spratlen

    Wellesley Alums in New Government Posts

    An international trio of Wellesley alumnae have been in the news lately for their appointments to positions of leadership in their respective governments, all with a mission to make their nation or world a better place.

    November 17, 2014
  • Two museum workers mount Matisse painting among others on wall

    Davis Art Tours the World

    Visitors to MoMA can see Matisse’s, Composition, Black and Red (installation shown), or at the Musée d’Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris may view Sonia Delaunay-Terk’s Electric Prisms (1913)—both currently on loan from the Davis Museum at Wellesley.

    November 14, 2014

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