As the 2015 Wilson Lecturer, award-winning author Michael Ondaatje reads from his own work, then engages with renowned travel writer Pico Iyer in a conversation about their shared fascination with characters whose mobile history has made them tentative about where they belong.
Idalmis Vaquero ’16 was named a 2015 Udall Scholar in recognition of her commitment to environmental issues.
Pendleton West will soon begin to undergo a series of renovations and updates, including a complete overhaul of existing space and an approximately 10,000-square-foot addition.
Wellesley women won ten Fulbright awards this year from the United States Department of State's flagship exchange program, with three alumnae and students named as alternates.
Professors Irene Mata and Charlene Galarneau developed a Spring 2015 Seminar class centered around a play that synthesized history, gender studies, literature, theatre, and discussion of public policy into a comprehensive view of the reproductive eugenics movement in the United States.
Wellesley's Calderwood Seminars in Public Writing encourage students to develop their writing abilities.
After months of searching, Jacki Musacchio, department chair and professor of art, and Kathryn Cooperman ’15 logged an important discovery: a bronze relief of Mary Hemenway by Anne Whitney, which had been missing for over 30 years, in the Wellesley College Archives.
Wellesley celebrates our 137th graduating class, the yellow class of 2015!
Seniors and their guests gather at Houghton Chapel on Thursday to reflect on and celebrate their time at Wellesley during Baccalaureate, a beloved College tradition.
When most students are heading off campus for summer internships, international study, or simply a healthy dose of warm-weather downtime and reconnection with friends and family, there is still much to see and do at Wellesley.
Bloomberg News spoke with Wellesley's Dan Sichel for an article exploring how a minor change in Intel’s pricing strategies maybe distorting our picture of what’s happening in the economy.
WellesleyX offering Anthropology 207X: Introduction to Human Evolution begins a second run on May 6. A cohort for Wellesley affiliates and a new visual library of rotatable 3D scans are new features in the course.
Nathalie Gruet '15 wins Barbara Hauptfuhrer Award as Wellesley celebrates a winning spring season.
In the run-up to the close of the fiscal year, Wellesley invites alums to make a financial donation of any size, and accompany it with a tweet or a tome about the impact of a Wellesley education on their lives.
With bragging rights on the line, the Math and Physics Departments faced off for their annual year-end softball game.
Harvard Business School, and other top programs, are looking to women’s colleges for the next generation of business leaders. HBS recently announced a new recruitment program, dubbed PEEK, designed to familiarize students with the M.B.A. program and options for future careers.
On Monday, representatives from Wellesley and three other leading liberal arts schools came together to sign a formal agreement establishing a consortium that will promote joint educational and technological collaboration with a focus on online teaching and learning in the liberal arts.
To promote wellness and relaxation during reading period, the Wellness Outreach Committee offers a schedule of fun and relaxing events for students.
Wellesley celebrates the end of the spring semester with stepsinging outside Houghton Chapel and senior prank decorations led by the graduating class of 2015.
Professor Robert Paarlberg’s work calls attention to the serious problems that adaptation to excess will generate, both in the U.S. and abroad. His new book offers the first study to consider obesity and climate change side-by-side, as parallel policy failures in America.
President H. Kim Bottomly recently hosted a reception to honor long-term employees who are celebrating milestone work anniversaries this year. Read the stories of some of those who have served the longest.