A collection of interviews conducted by students will be featured in an exhibit called Stories from the Forgotten War: Korean War Oral History.
Today is Diwali, the festival of lights and one of the most well known South Asian religious festivals. It gets its name from the row of clay lamps (or deepa) that people light outside their homes to symbolize the inner light that protects people from spiritual darkness.
Annie Roth Blumfield '17 wrote a grant proposal for three new hydration stations in the Science Center, which will reduce the center's use of disposable water bottles.
Wendy R. Sherman, former Under Secretary of State for Political Affairs and the lead U.S. negotiator in the landmark nuclear agreement with Iran, will deliver the Fall 2015 Hyunja Laskin ’88 and Jeffrey Kenner Lecture on Monday, November 16.
As we observe the Thanksgiving holiday, we share excerpts from the first in a series of inspiring remarks from Wellesley alumnae from speeches and talks given during the launch of Wellesley's Campaign to celebrate, strengthen, and advance the Wellesley Effect.
Amidst a growing need for financial literacy for teens, research by Kartini Shastry, assistant professor of economics, and colleagues suggests more math could be the solution.
Marion Underwood '86 is one of the nation’s foremost experts on how adolescents use social media. She joined CNN’s Anderson Cooper for a special report, "#Being13: Inside the Secret World of Teens."
Leila Elabbady '16 and Zena Chantila '16, both neuroscience majors, spent a recent morning presenting to middle school students on Egyptian and Lebanese culture, and that afternoon dissecting sheep brains with fifth graders.
Dan Brabander, professor of geosciences, and students worked with a community group to study lead levels in fruit harvested in urban settings around Boston. Their results have surprising practical health applications.
Six seniors have received Daniels Fellowships for 2015. This year's Daniels Fellows will pursue dream projects ranging from Family History to Climate Change.
A day of marches, panels, and gatherings on campus brought the campus community together to confront and address issues from racism to global terrorism
On Saturday, November 14, the New York Wellesley Club marked its 125th year with a celebration that brought together more than 400 alumnae.
We are all deeply saddened, shocked, and impacted by the recent violence throughout the world.
Sir Salman Rushdie visits campus as part of The Newhouse Center for the Humanities’ newly launched Distinguished Thinkers Program.
Museums must embrace diversity if they are to survive and thrive, according to Peggy Levitt, chair and professor of sociology. Her work was recently praised by a respected New York Times art critic.
A map compiled by Agnes Holbrook, Class of 1892, is on display as part of a new Boston Public Library exhibit showcasing 500 years of women in cartography.
Wellesley encourages students to use what they learn on campus to improve their communities and make a difference; many follow this charge back to classrooms and other educational programs as teachers or administrators.
Major news outlets recently called on Wellesley Professor, Michael Jeffries, to shed light on the complicated intersections of politics, race, and culture.
For many members of the Wellesley faculty, creative pursuits outside of the classroom provide personal and professional enrichment.