Viewers on campus will get to experience a partial solar eclipse.
On National Aviation Day, Wellesley Celebrates Ruth Rowland Nichols ’24, a contemporary of Amelia Earhart who flew into the frontier of aviation.
How do we make sense of Charlottesville? Wellesley weighs in.
This summer, six college students from China, two from India, and three from the United States came to Wellesley to learn about women’s leadership.
Irene Mata, associate professor of women’s and gender studies at Wellesley, weighs in on bilingual education and an ICE case on WGBH’s Under the Radar.
Our 2017 Summer Postcard Series concludes with a note from Lumi Kinjo ’19, who writes about her biomedical research and health internship in Boston.
As the College prepares to welcome the incoming class of 2021, we share eight traditions that bond and unite Wellesley women.
Eni Mustafaraj, assistant professor of computer science at Wellesley, continues to research ways people can avoid falling for fake news.
Wellesley’s new free, interactive Italian course is designed to help high school students prepare for the Advanced Placement Italian exam. It began August 7, with 3,101 enrollees from all around the world.
Upward Bound students showcase their summer academic progress during an exposition in Tishman Commons at the Lulu Chow Wang Campus Center.
Our Summer Postcard Series continues with a note from Anna Thompson ’18, who is in Detroit participating in an American Cities Internship.
What does it take to move seven plants to a new residence on campus? A team of people, a crane, a Bobcat compact excavator, and some creative thinking.
Students celebrate the power and promise of their research at Wellesley’s Summer Research Poster Session.
As audiences flock to this summer’s blockbuster Wonder Woman movie, two Wellesley professors share their thoughts about its cultural impact.
Katrin Monecke, assistant professor of geosciences at Wellesley, calls the discovery of a cave that could lead to predictions of future earthquakes “spectacular.”
In the third installment of our 2017 Summer Postcard Series, Monica Naranjo writes to us from Costa Rica, where she is participating in a Global Citizenship Internship.
In “The Opposite of Difficult,” in the magazine’s summer issue, Kate Erickson ’05 describes how she reached out to alumnae, who were happy to support her efforts to help her Syrian neighbors.
The Wellesley math professor who created formulas for health, wealth, and love has developed a calculator to help couples negotiate on money issues.
What does a cultured cat do on its day off? View an art exhibition at Wellesley—one about cats, of course.
This dragon fruit cactus had grown into the structure of Wellesley's tropical greenhouse, so horticulturists had to cut the top of the plant to move it. The next night, the plant bloomed.
Our 2017 Summer Postcard Series continues with a note from Alexandra Beem ’18 and Zoe Matticks ’18, who are in Hanoi, Vietnam, participating in a Global Citizenship Internship.
High school girls from around the U.S. and abroad have come to study on campus this summer through Wellesley’s four- and one-week pre-college residential programs.
After 12 men have played Doctor Who, a woman will take the role—a choice a Wellesley professor says has significant implications.