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À la Mode
À la Mode is Wellesley’s fashion club, dedicated to sharing and celebrating the art of fashion through events such as lecture, fittings, vendor trunk shows and fashion history. À la Mode also sponsors creativity right on Wellesley’s campus through events, such as eXposé, that highlight student designers and artists. In addition, we aim to extend the outreach of fashion on campus through our blog and Facebook page with weekly posts of fashion business articles and CollegeFashionista Wellesley page articles.
Clio History Club
Clio History Club is an open and fun space for both history aficionados and novices alike to gather in the appreciation of the cumulative human experience. With that in mind, history is not merely a sequential list of events to us, but rather the complex, vibrant, and particular narratives we all write. We celebrate our passion through adventurous historical outings, lectures, discussions, workshops, games, pub trivia nights, and lunches with the faculty. Come join us!
Economic Student Association
The Economic Student Association at Wellesley College organizes events relating to the field of economics and increase awareness of economic current events.
Felding Medieval Society
Members of Felding Medieval Society have fun learning about medieval history and trying their hands at medieval activities including costuming, period dancing, trips to nearby events, and holding Wellesley's own Renaissance Faire.
Guild of Carillonneurs
The Wellesley College Guild of Carillonneurs carries on the tradition of bell-ringing in Galen Stone, which has continued since the 1930s when the carillon was first installed. The Guild of Carillonneurs is a musical performance group that teaches students to play and perform on the carillon in Galen Stone Tower. Our group aims to share the music of the carillon with the Wellesley community, and to do so we provide students the chance to perform concerts.Link
International Relations Council
The goal of the International Relation Council (IRC) is to represent the needs and views of International Relations majors, and to raise awareness about international affairs, especially to deepen discussion among students of world, social, and political issues.Link
The Wellesley College Mock Trial team was founded in 2000 to provide students with the opportunity to learn about the work of trial attorneys, better understand the judicial system, develop critical thinking skills, and enhance communication and public speaking ability through participation in mock trials sponsored by the American Mock Trial Association (AMTA).Link
Model United Nations
The aim of Wellesley College Model United Nations (MUN) is to encourage student’s learning and understanding of international relations, diplomacy, and global politics. Besides hosting regular workshops that familiarize students with the procedural and international background knowledge required for MUN conferences, we also assemble workshops that help students with their public speaking and position paper writing.
The Neuroscience Club is dedicated to creating a community within the neuroscience major and making neuroscience accessible to the student body as a whole. Through lectures, social events, fundraisers, a monthly newsletter, and the annual Patterson Symposium on Neuroscience and Society, we hope to provide a forum for students to extend their interest in neuroscience beyond the classroom.
The Outing club aims to provide a venue for Wellesley community members to participate in outdoor activities. These include hiking, biking, climbing, trail running, camping, skiing, and other activities based on the interests of current club members. Our goal is to have fun while fostering a community with a love and respect for the great outdoors.
The mission of the Pre Law Society is to sponsor law-related events, including panels, lunches, and conferences, and to serve as a resource for students interested in a future legal career. To find out about events, make any suggestions, or pose questions you may have, please check the Pre-Law Society conference on Google Groups or email President, Kelly Mercer, at "email@example.com."Link
Regeneration provides the community with affordable, local produce from our farm plots in the Weston Road community garden and behind the greenhouse, where we use sustainable practices such as composting, cover cropping, and no-till sheet mulching to promote the health of the soil ecosystem. Through community outreach and hunger relief efforts, we aim to create a greater awareness of food justice and socio-agricultural issues and to improve community access to sustainable produce.
Slow Food Wellesley
Slow Food Wellesley is a student organization that works under the tenets of the International Slow Food Movement by promoting good, clean and fair food. These themes motivate us to learn about, communicate and explore the complex food issues of our day. Eating, cooking, and chatting together, we try to bring the ideas of Slow Food to Wellesley and her community.Link
Society of Physics Students
The Society of Physics Students is a club for those interested in physics and in meeting other like-minded students. Members have the opportunity to participate in various physics-related activities, including both on and off campus gatherings as well as the annual end of the year physics vs. math softball game. Join us every other Monday night at 8:00pm in the Physics Lounge (SCI 269) to talk physics, tell jokes and have a good time.Link
The Wellesley Debate Society
The Wellesley Debate Society is part of the American Parliamentary Debate Association (APDA), an association of American Colleges and Universities whose members compete in weekend parliamentary debate tournaments across the Northeast. We aim to encourage students' abilities in public speaking and argumentation in a fun yet competitive manner.Link
Wellesley Anime’s goal is to provide opportunities to learn about Japanese culture through its animation and we try to accomplish that in as many fun, unique, and entertaining ways as possible! Our signature events include karaoke nights, ghost story telling during Halloween, trivia events and the Cherry Blossom Ball. But above all we are best known for being a great community where anyone who shares our interests can come and have a great time.
Wellesley College Chemistry Society
Wellesley College Chemistry Society seeks to promote unity among the chemistry community and inspire students to pursue chemistry by organizing events and allowing students to get to know professors outside of an academic setting.
Wellesley Energy and Environmental Defense
Wellesley Energy and Environmental Defense is the largest environmental organization at Wellesley whose mission is to educate the campus community on environmental issues, provide forums for dialogue, improve campus sustainability and engage in local and regional campaigns relating to climate change, renewable energy, and sustainable development.
Wellesley Women in Business (WWIB)
The purpose of the Wellesley Women in Business is to cultivate members' interest in business, expand their understanding in specific sectors and industries, prepare them for the transition from a liberal arts education into their future business careers, and - most importantly - equip young women with the tools necessary to seize their talent and succeed in the world of business. We hold panels, lectures, workshops, and field trips to connect students with alumnae and leaders in business professions of their interests and expose them to business graduate programs early on. WWWIB aims to help women find career direction, network with alumni and peers, and achieve ambitious career goals.