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Under the guidance of Eni Mustafaraj, assistant professor of computer science, Shreya Parjan ’21 and Bella Virgilio ’20 started the Wellesley Data Collective, a student-led independent research group that analyzes Wellesley data and engages the campus in data-driven conversations about the community.
Wellesley faculty, staff and students really adore their plants. Check out how these three plant-lovers bring the spirit of the outdoors into their offices and dorms.
In celebration of International Women’s Day, Wellesley students and alumnae talk about working toward a gender-equal 21st century and who inspires them to continue the fight for parity.
In honor of International Women’s Day, March 8, meet three international Wellesley students at the forefront of #GenerationEquality who are making their difference by working toward a gender-equal 21st century.
The College recently welcomed international land rights expert Bina Agarwal, who explained how poverty, rural development, and conservation are affected when women in South Asia have command over property and agricultural lands.
Harvard Business School professor emerita Shoshana Zuboff discussed her book “The Age of Surveillance Capitalism: The Fight for a Human Future at the New Frontier of Power” at Wellesley on February 25 and shared insight on surveillance capitalism (or the lack thereof) and the impact of digitalization.
The Wellesley College Archives offer glimpses into the lives, personalities, ambitions, and college experiences of some of Wellesley’s first African American students, who went on to became lawyers, judges, writers, educators, and social activists.
“Wellesley” magazine takes a look at the careers of news legends Lynn Sherr ’63, Cokie Roberts ’64, Linda Wertheimer ’65, and Diane Sawyer ’67. Though they eventually blazed a path for generations of women, when they started out they encountered fierce discrimination.
After sustaining storm damage in March 2018, Wellesley’s 32-bell carillon has been repaired and is now officially open to the public.
Heather Long ’04, an economics correspondent at the Washington Post, talks about how a Calderwood seminar led her to journalism, the challenges currently facing her industry, and the importance of a liberal arts education in the 21st century.
Using Wellesley’s powerful atomic force microscope, Ellie Gibbs ’22 and John Goss, assistant professor of biological sciences, are examining how certain yeast cells restructure their walls to adjust to environmental stimuli.
The Davis Museum presents “Q20,” which highlights pieces by 10 Wellesley faculty members working in a wide variety of media.
Working alongside community nonprofits in Maine, New York, and Massachusetts during Wintersession, students made a difference through direct service.
Simone Archer-Krauss ’19 hits the snow-packed streets of Manchester, N.H., to mobilize young people to use their voice and vote in the New Hampshire primary and on Election Day 2020.
As the 92nd Academy Awards ceremony approaches on February 9, we check in with Professor Michael Jeffries to hear his thoughts on this year’s nominations, the current status of representation in the film industry, and whether the Oscars are still relevant in 2020.
Wellesley student-athletes welcomed 100 local girls to the College’s second annual sports clinic in celebration of National Girls and Women in Sports Day.
Wellesley students and faculty will present recommendations to a Board of Trustees subcommittee on February 5 regarding fossil fuel investments and addressing climate change on campus.
Melissa Ludtke ’73, the first woman sportswriter allowed inside a professional baseball locker room, talks about the 49ers’ Katie Sowers, who on February 2 became the first woman in NFL history to coach in a Super Bowl.