With just one week until Commencement 2018, Wellesley looks back at 18 inspiring speeches delivered to its graduates.
Transmission, an Online Diversity Training Platform Created by a Wellesley Student, Expands Its Mission and Outreach
The success of Transmission, a patent-pending website designed by a student to facilitate discussions about gender identity among Wellesley community members, leads to launch of The Source University.
Global Flora, Wellesley’s new greenhouse project, is selected from more than 5,000 other projects from around the world for a LafargeHolcim Design Award, in recognition of its architecture, function, and sustainable design.
The Camellia Student Leadership Awards recognize student leaders for their positive impact on the Wellesley community.
As Ethos turns 50, its former leaders reflect on how the organization continues to serve as a source of inspiration, support, and comfort for black students on campus.
Student concerns helped inform workshops and dialogues at a faculty retreat aimed at creating greater inclusion and equity at Wellesley.
Former Vice President Al Gore, a leader in the fight against climate change, in conversation with Wellesley College Trustee Sue Wagner ’82, spoke on campus on April 25 at the 2018 Wilson Lecture.
Students put principles of sustainability to work by building four benches from fallen trees on campus for a class project.
Wellesley students discover the mental and physical benefits of taekwon-do in class offered for the first time this spring.
College employees were recognized for many years of service, innovation, and collaboration in a ceremony at Alumnae Ballroom.