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In celebration of the Albright Institute’s 10-year anniversary and to ensure its legacy, former U.S. Secretary of State Madeleine Korbel Albright ’59 has donated $1 million to the Albright Institute.
The mural in the new Global Flora Conservatory was inspired by professional artists and painted by Wellesley students and faculty—and definitely warrants a trip to Science Hill.
Caroline George ’19 works to create a healthier, more equitable and sustainable food system as an Emerson National Hunger Fellow.
Autumn begins to show its true colors as students return from fall break.
The deCordova Sculpture Park and Museum has given Daniela Rivera, associate professor of art, its 20th annual Rappaport Prize for her contemporary artwork.
Mingwei Song, associate professor of Chinese at Wellesley, reflects on the 70th anniversary of the formation of the People’s Republic of China, the ongoing protests in Hong Kong, and current Chinese literature and film.
Microbiologist Vanja Klepac-Ceraj studies how microbes respond to and mediate environments, including a freshwater lake, and the human gut.
Shakespearean actors continue a 14-year tradition at Wellesley with workshops and performances of “Twelfth Night.”
This Sunday and Monday, prospective students will get a taste of campus life at Discover Wellesley Weekend.
Listen to Shruti Samala ’21 (left) and Melisa Campos ’22 (right) talk about the challenges and joys of their summer research work at Wellesley.
A blue spandex model helps visitors to Clapp Library visualize the complex principle of minimal surfaces.
The annual general debate of the United Nations General Assembly session opened September 24 in New York, kicking off several days of speeches and controversy.
Veronica Lin ’15 leverages her Wellesley computer science major by creating new ways for young students to engage with environmental education in her graduate program at Stanford University.
Wellesley political science professors Maneesh Arora and Igor Logvinenko weigh in on how a controversial phone call between U.S. and Ukrainian leaders has sparked a formal impeachment inquiry in the House of Representatives.
Wellesley professor of neuroscience Marc Tetel and his student researchers are investigating the relationship between hormones, diet, stress, and the microbiome in several projects focused on women’s health.
Activities and contributions from across the campus community enhance mulitmedia artist Fatimah Tuggar’s exhibition, which is now on display through December 15 at the Davis Museum.
Assistant professor of chemistry Rachel Stanley and the students in her lab are studying how the biogeochemical processes of the ocean respond to climate change.
On September 14, Wellesley Athletics dedicated the new Butler Stadium, with a ribbon-cutting ceremony, pregame festivities, a ceremonial first run on the track—and an 8-1 win for the field hockey team!
Cokie Boggs Roberts ’64, groundbreaking journalist, political commentator, and one of the “founding mothers” of NPR, passed away September 17 in Washington. She was 75.
Assistant professor of neuroscience Sara Wasserman’02 combines brain science, genetics, physiology, and computer coding in her research and teaching.
The oldest and longest-surviving tradition at Wellesley, Flower Sunday, returns for its 144th year complete with song and dance, “bigs” and “littles,” and plenty of Wellesley pride.
Did you know the Adirondack chairs on the Academic Quad have only been on campus for a year? Check out some of the new additions to campus and learn about our many fantastic upgrades!
Thanks to a grant from Wellesley’s Ford Professional Development Fund, recreation coordinator Jacon Mayer spent a part of his summer climbing Alaska’s Denali. Find out more about what Mayer learned and what he’s taking with him into the classroom and beyond.
Bethany Ellis joined the Wellesley community this summer as the new director of athletics and chair of the Department of Physical Education, Recreation, and Athletics (PERA).