Julide Iye '18 writes from Tangier, Morocco where she's participating in the Global Citizenship Program. Her internship is supported by the Susan Rappaport Knafel '52 Internship Fund.
In ASTR 202: Hands-on Planetary Exploration, students learn about the science and technology of exploring planetary environments and design and execute their own mission.
In the second of our 2016 Summer Postcard Series, Kiana Nedele '16 writes from Moscow where she's participating in a Global Engagement Internship.
In the third of our 2016 Summer Postcard Series, Mehak Sarang '18 writes from Ghana where she's participating in a Global Engagement Internship.
Our community will come together for a vigil in the wake of violence at 6 PM tonight at the Multifaith Center.
Wellesley students are among the thousands of people in attendance at this week's Democratic National Convention.
More than 200 people, including many preschoolers, gathered at the Wellesley College Children's Center in late May to celebrate the work and impact of Executive Director Mary Kloppenberg, who retired after 27 years of service.
Hillary Clinton '69 accepted the Democratic Party's nomination for the presidency at the Democratic National Convention last night. Clinton is the first woman to receive a major party’s nomination for the presidency.
Three Wellesley students were selected to participate in Girls Who Invest, a rigorous new program that teaches core financial and investment concepts to women who are rising college sophomores and juniors.
Early this month, Gwendolyn Sands '18 competed in the 2016 North American Irish Dance Championships, which drew dancers from the United States, Great Britain, Ireland, Australia, Canada, and Mexico.
Rosanna Hertz, Classes of 1919–50th Reunion Professor of Sociology and Women's and Gender Studies, hosted a "Future of the Family" event during the spring semester that featured Martha Ertman '85, who researches the ways verbal and written contracts shape family relationships.
The Davis Museum at Wellesley College won first place in the New England Museum Association Publication Awards' exhibition catalogue category.
Attendees of this year's International AIDS Conference, in South Africa, can add a red paper ribbon "leaf" to the AIDS SolidariTree, a unique sculpture developed by Michelle Vogelzang '13.
WGBH radio interviewed President Paula Johnson about her new role leading Wellesley.