A gift by Wendy Judge Paulson '69 will establish a five-year intensive effort that will transform and reshape Wellesley's relationship with its landscape.
Pipa virtuoso Wu Man and one of the world's foremost chamber ensembles, the Shanghai Quartet, join forces to bring Wellesley "Music from Ancient and New China"
Leader in Investments and Transformative Philanthropist Lulu Chow Wang ’66 to be Wellesley College’s 2016 Commencement Speaker
Investment and philanthropy leader Lulu Chow Wang '66 will address the Wellesley College Class of 2016 and an international audience of their family and friends at the 138th Commencement, Friday, May 27, at 10:30 am.
Three generations of Wellesley Women, Katherine Barrett Murphy '53, Georgia Murphy Johnson '75, and Katie Johnson '03 on their experiences at the college, spanning 50 years.
For the past several weeks, hundreds of alumnae and students have been sharing their favorite things about the College.
Lauren Hurwitz '08 and Jenny Lee '09 were each recognized by Forbes magazine on a "30 Under 30" list for outstanding leadership in business and finance.
Marta Rainer '98 talks with her former teacher, now friend and colleague, Nora Hussey, about their love of theater and their work at Wellesley.
The College community will gather today to celebrate SpringFest, which offers an opportunity for the campus to connect and to thank President H. Kim Bottomly for her leadership before she steps down at the end of June.
As reading period begins, the Wellesley College Health Service reminds students that health and learning go hand-in-hand.
The College hosted the NCWIT Award for Aspirations in Computing celebration, where high school girls were honored for outstanding aptitude and interest in computer science.
Mary Meisenzahl '19 was selected to take part in the White House’s first-ever College Reporter Day, held Thursday, April 28.
Professor Kristina Jones and Nisreen Abo-Sido '18 discuss how Wellesley offers a unique environment for women in STEM.
Ashley Funk '16 and Idalmis Vaquero '16 honed their public writing skills in a Calderwood seminar on environmental writing. Both recently published work that was completed during or evolved from the course.
Professor Flavia Laviosa was honored on April 18th, 2016 by the President of Italy for the journal she founded and edits on Italian cinema.
The Ruhlman Conference, a celebration of student achievement, celebrates its 20th Anniversary this year.
Seniors in this capstone environmental studies course spent the spring semester compiling a greenhouse gas inventory.
Katelyn Campbell ’17 has won a prestigious Truman Scholarship, the first Wellesley student to do so since 2011.
Environmental Studies Professor Beth DeSombre published an op-ed for the Boston Globe on shipping loopholes and the dangers they present to the environment.
Congratulations to Ari Rodriguez '16, winner of the 121st annual Hooprolling contest!
In honor of the 50th anniversary of Bobbi Gibb's history-making Boston Marathon finish, Laura Brindley '16 reflects on the meaning Bobbi Gibb, the Scream Tunnel, and competition have for her as a senior.
Wellesley students have gathered to support and cheer on runners since the very first Marathon. Support continued to grow every year, eventually becoming the tradition known as the Scream Tunnel.
Students, faculty, staff, and alumnae gathered this weekend to celebrate the 45th anniversary of the establishment of Harambee House.
For the second year, Wellesley College has been named among the area's Healthiest Employers by the Boston Business Journal.
Ashraf Youssef, who manages the Leaky Beaker café, is known for serving up kind words. Recently, students surprised him with some kind words of their own.
Linda Salzman Gottlieb '60 and Nicki Newman Tanner '57 discuss how Wellesley prepared them to make their voices heard.
Lulu Chow Wang '66, one of the world’s most influential women in investments and philanthropy, will address the members of the Wellesley College Class of 2016 at Wellesley's 138th Commencement Exercises on Friday, May 27.
Adele Clifford '16, Eloisa Cleveland '16 and Tamar Davis '16 are the recipients of this year's Stanford Calderwood Prize in Public Writing.
New pages on the Wellesley Humanities Website invite visitors to learn about and follow student projects, research, and achievements
On April 2, more than 200 alumnae and guests celebrated the 125th anniversary of the Chicago Wellesley Club, one of the College's oldest and most active alumnae clubs.
Math major Xi Xi ’17 talks with Professor Stanley Chang about the teaching methods he uses to get students excited about math.