In a recent interview with China Daily, business and cultural leader Shirley Young '55 discussed her work and her goal to encourage leadership qualities among the young, especially women.
As we prepare to welcome all members of Wellesley’s Class of 2017 to campus next week, we check in with some recent graduates of the last “green class” and find out what they are up to now.
Published four times a year for over 34,000 alumnae, the Wellesley Magazine portrays the lives, interests, and concerns of diverse alumnae around the world. Here's a brief behind-the-scenes on the Summer 2013 cover story -- “Cheese Whizzes” -- with editor Alice Hummer.
The Orgs Fair is scheduled for September 11. This year, five organizations will be celebrating their new status as constituted student orgs: Chamber Music Society, Neuroscience Club, Phocus, The Globalist and WCTV.
Martin Luther King’s “I Have a Dream” speech echoes through the generations but, in an opinion piece for WBUR, Assistant Professor Michael Jeffries argues that another speech from the March on Washington in 1963 provides a better blueprint for understanding social forces in the world today.
Described as a leading classical liberal economist in China, David Yeliang Xia met with professors Thomas Cushman, Susan Reverby, and others, holding a wide-ranging conversation on topics from his personal bio to his dissident actions to his broadest hopes for China.
Caitlin Coyiuto '16 recently performed a major benefit concert in the Philippines to widespread acclaim. The Wellesley sophomore played with her mother, the distinguished pianist Cristine Coyiuto, and the internationally renowned flutist Yuko Enomoto.
The 597 members of Wellesley's newest class—from 43 states plus D.C. and from 23 different countries—will begin to get to know one another this week as they move into residence halls, participate in Orientation activities, and prepare for their first day of classes on September 3.
More than 200 Wellesley students finish a week of intensive leadership training in time for Orientation 2013, and join the hundreds of Wellesley students over the years who have done the training program, creating a cohort of women prepared to lead on and beyond campus.
With a spate of recent media stories about women’s choices around childrearing and work, Wellesley experts provide commentary backed by in-depth research.