The College takes a look back at the past year and celebrates all we shared. What a year for Wellesley!
Wellesley Faculty’s Research on “Fake News” Offers Crucial Tools for Use in the Classroom and by the Media
The media has cited the research of Wellesley computer science professors, who are teaching in and outside the classroom about the dangers of fake news.
This year’s Pamela Daniels ’59 Fellows will pursue passion projects in health care, immigration, bumblebees, and Hemingway.
This semester, art critic Sebastian Smee shared his expertise with students in the Robert Garis Seminar, and he spoke to the larger campus community recently in Collins Cinema.
In a new course for first-years, professors Connie Bauman and Jeannine Johnson help students improve their writing and learn about the relationship between exercise, academic performance, and overall well-being.
On December 3, Blue crew coach Tessa Spillane received the Ernestine Bayer Award from USRowing. Just a few weeks earlier, the team’s ingenuity helped it win a championship.
From CNN to the BBC and beyond, Professor Katharine H.S. Moon’s Expertise on North and South Korea Has an International Reach
In a time of increasing uncertainty in Northeast Asian international relations, Katharine H.S. Moon speaks to major broadcast and print media across the globe.
The College recently dedicated three new windows in Houghton Chapel that depict the light at dawn, midday, and dusk and celebrate the transformational effect of a Wellesley education.
Peppermint Stick Pie is a beloved tradition for generations of Wellesley students. Watch this video to learn how to make it yourself!
On December 9, Wellesley College hosted a town hall meeting to offer clarity, provide legal information, and discuss what the future might hold for U.S. immigration law. This was the second in a series of town hall meetings on this issue.
The Wellness Outreach Collaborative Encourages Students to Refresh and Refocus During Reading Period
From rock climbing and Latin dance to cider with the president and contemplative coloring, the Take a Break schedule offers a range of reading period stress-busters.
Faculty in political science, history, and religion look back to Pearl Harbor on the 75th anniversary of the attack to shed light on where we are today.
Wellesley is now on Snapchat, with photos, videos, and news captured by a new team of student reporters.
Wellesley College announces the appointment of Sheilah Shaw Horton, Ph.D., as Wellesley’s next vice president and dean of students.
The Queen of the Night is a fragrant cactus flower that blooms for only dusk to dawn for one night of the year—and friends of the Margaret C. Ferguson Greenhouses visited recently to bear witness to its beauty.
The Chronicle of Higher Education spotlighted Career Education at Wellesley as a model approach to “reinventing the career center.”
Four Wellesley students designed and hosted an exhibition booth for the World Maker Faire in New York, which won an Editors’ Choice Award from Make: magazine.
Led by faculty, a second teach-in engaged the Wellesley community in a conversation about race, resistance, and the country's past, present, and future.