Students in Professor Brenna Greer's HIST 252 The Modern Black Freedom Struggle created children's books exploring nontraditional narratives from the Civil Rights era.
Wellesley College is taking a creative approach to celebrating the 200th anniversary of Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein by screening five unique films inspired by Shelley and her work.
A pin, specially designed to represent the Albright Institute was presented to former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright ’59 at a dinner in late January celebrating the first reunion of Albright fellows.
Mary Shelley and her Frankenstein are the Inspiration for this Season’s Cinéphile Sundays Series, "Exquisite Combinations."
Anna Spangler Nelson '84 was recently appointed to the Knight Commission, which ensures that intercollegiate athletics programs operate within the educational missions of their colleges and universities.
Marseille "Mars" Allen '01, is leading efforts online and on the ground to aid fellow Flint residents during the water crisis currently plaguing the city.
The Wellesley Students' Aid Society Clothes Closet has found a new home in the Billings Link next to the Schneider Center on the first floor.
Nergis Mavalvala '90 and Sheila Dwyer '05 are members of the team of scientists that detected waves from the collision of two black holes.
A path-breaking new study on how we seek similarity in relationships, co-authored by researchers at Wellesley College and the University of Kansas, upends the idea that “opposites attract."
Wellesley helped Elizabeth Levine Reede '84 see the value of art in her life. She's now developing virtual reality experiences to help others see art in new ways.
Olivia Joslin '18 and Hannah Wei '18 recently launched CliqBit, a social media app designed to change how we post about our silly moments in life, concentrating on fun rather than getting the most 'likes'.
Tower Court opened in late 1915 on the site the former location of College Hall, which was destroyed by the great fire of 1914. A century later, Tower Court stands as a testament to Wellesley's strength.
Dr. Paula A. Johnson, announced yesterday as Wellesley's 14th president, spoke with students Shivani Kuckreja '16 and Charlotte Harris '16 at her home last week.
Paula A. Johnson, MD, MPH, a professor and faculty member at Harvard Medical School and the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, has been selected to be the 14th president of Wellesley College.
The Game Worlds of Jason Rohrer, which explores video games as art, premieres at the Davis Museum 2016 Spring Opening Celebration.
As chief strategy officer of City on a Hill charter high schools, Nadine Abraham '08 is continuing the work of founder Ann Tolkoff '70 and helping charter school students achieve college dreams.
Wellesley’s Knapp Media and Technology Center is home to several 3D printers. 3D printing technology enables instructors to bring classroom concepts into physical form.
Legend has it Wellesley Fudge Cake evolved after founder Henry Durant declared that sweets should have no place at the College.
Speaking with The Pre-Med Years podcast, Adele Wolfson discussed why students should find a balance between social sciences and humanities and science.