Several Year-End "Best Of" Lists Included Stories from the Wellesley College Community
This weekend, the Boston Globe Magazine invited readers to "go behind the lens to discover the inspiration for the year's most memorable images." A photograph taken by Globe photographer David Ryan of “Windward Coast,” an installation at the Davis Museum by artist Radcliffe Bailey, made the list and the cover of the magazine (view the image and read the article on the Boston Globe Magazine web site, subscriber access may be required). The Radcliffe Bailey exhibit was also mentioned in "A critic’s take on the year in visual arts."
Throughout 2012, Wellesley was recognized for some outstanding Best Of's (including Best Professors by the Princeton Review), today we're celebrating some recent Best Of's, including:
- A story about a study by Phillip Levine, Katharine Coman and A. Barton Hepburn Professor of Economics, which made WBUR's list of the 10 most popular stories of 2012;
- Recognition for “Weathervane” a March preformance by Rashaun Mitchell and Silas Riener held in Tishman Commons which made The Boston Globe's "The Year in Dance: Top 10 List;"
- And a recent Gallup Poll ranking Hillary Rodham Clinton '69 as the Most Admired Woman in the country for the 11th time. Clinton also appeared on Foreign Policy's Top 100 Global Thinkers list along with Farahnaz Ispahani '85.
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