Kitty Gladstone ’50 recalls the inspiration for the Peace and Justice Studies Program at Wellesley.
VIDEO: Ashley Amoabeng ’21 wanted to find internship opportunities. Career Education’s website gave her a place to start looking.
Wellesley joins the unprecedented national protest against gun violence in tribute to the victims of Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School shooting.
Three Nor’easters later, Wellesley is a winter wonderland.
Wellesley College will be closed today, Tuesday, March 13 due to the snowstorm. All classes are cancelled. Stay safe!
As Wellesley digs out from another snow storm, witch hazel is in full bloom on campus.
Yesterday, and continuing today, women from around the world gathered at Wellesley for the African Women’s Leadership Conference. Tune in to wellesley.edu/live to hear today’s speakers.
On International Women’s Day, Wellesley presents a first-of-its-kind gathering in the United States of some of the most influential voices in African women’s leadership.
A Massachusetts State House committee is reviewing a legislative initiative started by a Wellesley alumna to place Rosa Parks decals on MBTA buses.
As part of the Suzy Newhouse Center’s Distinguished Thinkers Program, Gayatri Chakravorty Spivak presents “A Few Thoughts on Teaching Reading.”
Six alumnae featured in the winter issue of Wellesley magazine share their stories of coming to the United States as immigrants.
Wellesley alumna recently appointed U.S. Ambassador to Haiti presented her credentials to the country’s president in February.
VIDEO: Natalie Catalan ’18 explains how Career Education’s new site gave her the resources she needs to succeed as a Wellesley senior planning for life after college.
Wellesley contributes to a program that supplies nutritious food to individuals and households in the area.
Students connect with their natural environment during a winter bird-watching walk sponsored by the Paulson Ecology of Place Initiative.
“The students find themselves activists fighting for a cause they believe in, very much like the woman whose name adorns their school.”—USA Today on the students of Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, whose namesake graduated from Wellesley in 1912.
Midway through Sustainability Year, 80 percent of the College’s walkway lamps now use sustainable LED bulbs, and classes reflect the importance of sustainability.
Olga Shurchkov ’01, associate professor of economics at Wellesley, offered listeners a potential solution to a problem facing female heads of companies.
UA Magazine has published an opinion piece by Wellesley professor Peggy Levitt in which she advocates for labor rights and social protections that cross borders.
Every year Wellesley Japan Club presents Yuki Matsuri, a festival that brings together the Wellesley community in celebration of Japanese culture.
Melissa Ludtke ’73 and her daughter, Maya Ludtke ’19, are teaching others about identity and contemporary China through their personal stories. They spoke with WBUR’s “All Things Considered” about a curriculum for students from middle school through college.
On Valentine’s Day, students learned about healthy eating and sleeping habits at an event sponsored by Wellesley’s Balance Health Educators.
Snapchat Reporters give Parks and Recreation’s Galentine’s Day a Wellesley spin.
As part of its spring 2018 season, Wellesley’s Davis Museum presents the first retrospective exhibition of photographer Clarence H. White’s work in several decades, Clarence H. White and His World: The Art and Craft of Photography, 1895–1925.