Winners of Wellesley’s highest honor are an entrepreneur and social equity activist; an infectious disease specialist; and an artist and cultural critic.
Wellesley reflects on how the teachings of Martin Luther King Jr. are integrated into the curriculum in a multitude of ways.
The College provides information and support in understanding the January 27 executive order on refugees and immigration.
The Wellesley Hive, an online platform that launches May 30, will let students and alumnae easily connect online to access mentors, support, and professional opportunities.
Our 2017 Summer Postcard Series begins with a note from Malak AlSayyad ’19, who is in Morocco participating in a Global Citizenship Internship through Wellesley’s Career Education.
A Wellesley Student’s Discovery of Her Disability Opens a Dialogue on Diversity and Inclusion in Computer Science
Jessica Abramson ’19, winner of a Google Lime Scholarship, is working to promote diversity and inclusion in computer science.
Leadership training and a special welcome from Wellesley's president and dean of students launch a week of activities for 200 student leaders.
Lake Day strikes again!
Foliage enthusiasts still have time to take a leaf-peeping stroll around Lake Waban.
Leaders from Barnard, Bryn Mawr, Mt. Holyoke, Smith, Vassar, and Wellesley gather on Wellesley’s campus for two-day conference.