The sixth in a summer postcard series featuring letters from students, Lamisa S. Hossain '17 writes from San Francisco where she is working with elected official Wilma Chan '71.
The behind the scenes work of Wellesley’s Conservation Facility extends the life of Wellesley’s valuable collections and research materials.
The fifth in a summer postcard series featuring letters from students, Julia Springer ’16 writes from Venice where she is interning at the Peggy Guggenheim Collection.
Meet the Yellow Class of 2019. Members of the class hail from 48 states and 41 countries and represent a range of interests, accomplishments and accolades.
It's Move-In Day and the first day of Orientation. Wellesley welcomes incoming first-years and all new students.
Liza Janssen Petra '94, a nationally recognized force during her four-year basketball career at Wellesley, was inducted into the New England Basketball Hall of Fame on August 8.
Diane Whitmore Schanzenbach ‘95 has been appointed director of The Hamilton Project, an economic policy initiative at the Brookings Institution.
Wellesley's Susan Reverby participated in a Fact Check story for the NPR blog "It's All Politics" which investigated a claim made by a presidential candidate about Planned Parenthood founder Margaret Sanger (pictured).
A recent bio survey helped identify which plants attract the most, and most diverse, beneficial insects to Wellesley’s Edible Ecosystem Teaching Garden.
More than 20 layers of paint and primer were stripped from two Green Hall entry doors to prepare them for repair and refinishing. The doors will be reinstalled this fall.
Each semester the College invites highly esteemed professional artists, performers, writers, and speakers to campus. Read highlights from the Fall 2015 edition of the Arts and Culture at Wellesley Calendar.
Wellesley is embarking on a focused effort to spread the word about the crucial role the Humanities play in a liberal arts education.
Kate Bussert ’16 planned to focus on English literature and her senior thesis when she studied abroad last year, she ended up directing an award-winning play and founding a production company as well.
On August 14, copper lanterns will illuminate the plaza where the Liberty Tree once stood as part of a commemorative anniversary event designed, in part, by Wellesley’s Martha McNamara.
Alumnae clubs across the United States, and one in Hong Kong, recently hosted Summer Send-Offs for incoming students. The events let first-years learn about the resources offered on campus and through Wellesley’s worldwide network.
Bella Nikom '17 and Kristin Huizenga '16 joined Professor Marianne Moore on an Expedition to Russia’s Lake Baikal this summer.
Nearly 200 student leaders have returned to campus this week for a week of leadership training and to prepare to welcome the incoming class next week during Orientation.
In a new article, Wellesley’s Vanja Klepac-Ceraj and students, Serry Park '16 and Rebecca J. Rubinstein '15, argue that an understanding of microbiology could change the way doctors diagnose and treat diseases.
More than 16,550 alumnae, parents, faculty, staff, students, and friends contributed to drive Wellesley’s success this year. Together they provided in excess of $52 million in support.
Most people have never seen nor heard of Wellesley’s gas depot, but it fuels many essential functions on campus.
A team of Wellesley students participated in a sports-themed reality TV show this spring on NESN.