An interdisciplinary environmental studies course combines online learning and cross-campus collaboration between students at Wellesley and Davidson colleges.
Wellesley’s started offering Portuguese classes for the first time in 2013. The courses help students build cultural understanding and learn skills quickly.
The Wellesley Emerging Scholars Initiative was recently named a “Bright Spot in Hispanic Education” by the White House Initiative on Educational Excellence for Hispanics.
In a new PBS documentary featuring Madeleine Albright '59, the former Secretary of State recalled the opportunities for leadership at Wellesley and said it prepared her for success.
The Advisory Committee on Environmental Sustainability has launched a draft of its Sustainability Plan, which aims to impact nearly every aspect of campus life.
Wellesley announced a historic $50 million gift given by two graduates to create greater opportunity for women in the 21st Century and to empower the next generation of women leaders.
Jean Kilbourne '64, who is internationally recognized for her groundbreaking work on the image of women in advertising and for her critical studies of alcohol and tobacco, was inducted into the National Women’s Hall of Fame this past weekend in Seneca Falls, NY.
A new report by The Institute for College Access and Success again counted Wellesley among the top colleges in the country for schools that graduate students with the least amount of debt.
On October 29, hundreds of Wellesley students took a break from their studies to enjoy candy and spooky festivities with President Kim Bottomly.
Filmmaker, artist, and professor Salem Mekuria delivers the Fall 2015 Distinguished Faculty Lecture, "The Passion to Create and the Urge to Share."
The college gathers for the 15th annual Tanner Conference to learn about the many experiences Wellesley students have gained through extraordinary summer, Wintersession, and study abroad opportunities this year.
Nearly 600 alumnae, parents, students, faculty, staff, and friends of the College gathered this weekend to celebrate the launch of a $500 million campaign that will help shape Wellesley’s next century.
Wellesley announces the launch of a $500 million campaign designed to celebrate, strengthen and advance the Wellesley Effect.
Diane Ravitch '60 inaugurates a lecture series in her name that will bring speakers to campus to address the most pressing issues in education.
StoryCorps, known as "America’s oral history project," represents the largest single collection of human voices ever gathered. The StoryCorps MobileBooth will be recording Wellesley stories on campus October 22 through 24.
Four outstanding alumnae volunteers were presented with the Sed Ministrare Volunteer Award at the Wellesley College Alumnae Association’s 92nd annual Alumnae Leadership Council on Saturday, October 17.
Cinema reaches beyond the screen when the acclaimed Orlando Consort provides a live vocal soundtrack to the classic film La Passion de Jeanne d’Arc.
About 45 percent of Wellesley juniors choose to study abroad for a semester or a year. Most pursue opportunities on dry land, but some head for the sea.
The annual visit from the Actors From The London Stage (AFTLS) is one of Wellesley’s most anticipated arts events. 2015 marks the 40th anniversary of the company’s formation and its 10th anniversary appearance on campus.
The History Department hosted a panel discussion on September 30 to consider how the legacy of World War II still impacts various nations.
A new study co-authored by Wellesley's Jeremy Wilmer shows that opinions about beauty may be shaped by past social interactions just as much or more than by our genes.
Students discuss this week’s lunar eclipse and "supermoon," and NASA’s announcement that there’s evidence of water on the surface of Mars.