"There is an urgent need to support and foster a thriving community of women in gaming," wrote Professor Orit Shaer for the Huffington Post.
New research shows that despite significant progress made, women are still thought to lack the qualities needed to be successful scientists. The findings suggest this may contribute to discrimination and prejudice against women in those fields.
Melissa Harris-Perry delivered the keynote at Wellesley's Commencement in 2012. Professor Michael Jeffries penned an op-ed on her recent public departure from MSNBC.
Visits to campus and classrooms from the United States ambassador to Portugal and from the ambassador of France to the United States gave students a better sense of the global context of their courses.
Wellesley College’s popular spring concert series hosts global superstar Wu Man on campus in April to perform with the Shanghai Quartet, widely regarded as one of the foremost chamber music ensembles in the world.
Sociology Professor Peggy Levitt discussed her research on museums and nationalism for BBC’s Thinking Allowed radio talk show.
Wellesley students were interviewed for CNN for a story spotlighting how college students view the 2016 Election.
The pair of ravens that first took up residence outside of the science center in 2013, and have since returned annually, are back to nest. With their return, Ravencam is again rolling.
Vice President of Environment, Policy, and Social Initiatives for Apple Inc., Lisa P. Jackson, will join President H. Kim Bottomly for the Wilson Lecture this evening.
Melinda Lopez, lecturer in theater studies, spoke to Radio Boston and the Boston Globe about her Cuban roots.
Students in Professor Angela Carpenter's 'Invented Languages' Course Create New Worlds Through Language.
StoryCorps: Longtime friends Shirley Young '55 and Marylin Chou '55, talk about how Wellesley taught them to "connect the dots," a skill that helped them to succeed after college.
Welcome to the Class of 2020! Newly-admitted students received notifications yesterday evening.
The winter sports season saw a pair of Seven Sisters Championships and multiple record-breaking performances for Wellesley Blue athletes, including by Sharon Ng '16.
Kaylie Cox '18 talks with Professor Bryan Burns about an opportunity she says she would not have had if she hadn’t come to Wellesley.
The Wellesley College Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) welcomed alumnae student-athletes to campus for a networking dinner.
Thanks to the efforts of dedicated alumnae, five pillars that survived the great fire of 1914 were saved from a pile of rubble and restored to a place of honor on campus many decades later.
The Light Show, an annual event in the Margaret C. Ferguson Greenhouses, is held in the evening. Spotlights and theatrical lighting are used to highlight plants' features.
Mathematics Professor Ann Trenk and her students hosted a "math discovery room" at an elementary school science night, using hands-on interactive activities to teach math concepts.
When Betty Pforzheimer '59 retired from Wellesley's board of trustees, her husband marked the occasion with a gift that would allow her to do what she loves most—help Wellesley students succeed.
A beloved tradition, 24 Hour Shakes brings lovers of the Bard’s work together to read every one of Shakespeare's 14,000 lines, 154 sonnets and 39 plays, out loud, in 24 hours.
An excerpt of a conversation between Martha Teichner ’69 and Milly Cooper Glimcher ’61 kicks off a weekly series featuring interviews between alumnae, faculty, and students recorded by StoryCorps.
Amid concerns over a fluctuating stock market, major media outlets sought commentary from Wellesley economics professors.
The BUY UP Index, an app and rating system developed by Amy-Willard Cross '82, helps consumers support businesses that support women.
A course instructed by Wellesley's Neelima Shukla-Bhatt is part of a new series designed to teach about the history and social impact of world religions through their scriptures.
Professor Elena Tajima Creef moderated a February discussion at the MFA after the museum's programming led to outcry over racial stereotypes.