Wellesley students describe their journeys to 106 Central Street.
Wellesley Professor Katharine H.S. Moon, expert on U.S.-Korea Relations, underwhelmed by the results of the summit meeting between President Trump and North Korea’s leader Kim Jong Un.
Findings of pervasive sexual harassment of women in STEM and recommendations to change culture and climate in academia make up a groundbreaking new report from a National Academies of Science, Engineering, and Medicine committee co-chaired by Wellesley College President Paula A. Johnson.
After 28 years at Wellesley, Nora Hussey, director of Wellesley College Theatre and Artistic Director of Wellesley Rep, says goodbye with a production of Shirley Lauro’s A Piece of My Heart, a play about the effects of the Vietnam War on six women.
Wellesley alumnae help their sisters navigate both early career searches and work transitions later in life.
Wellesley alumnae showed their class spirit during Sunday’s traditional reunion parade.
My, how quickly five years flew by! This weekend Wellesley turns yellow, red, purple, and green as the College welcomes the 3s and 8s to Reunion 2018. #WellesleyReunion
Tracy K. Smith, Wellesley’s 2018 commencement speaker and U.S. Poet Laureate (center), caught up with President Paula A. Johnson and friend and fellow poet Dan Chiasson, professor of English, after an interview with NPR station WBUR, which covered her career and mission to use poetry to connect with one another.
VIDEO: Wellesley’s new Career Education offers resources for alumnae at any stage of their career—and Career Education’s new interactive website makes it easy for alums to access.
At the close of the academic year, the Wellesley Blue celebrates the success of this year’s athletic teams, including the Blue Crew team that finished second at the 2018 NCAA Division III Rowing Championships.
The 2018 Pinanski Prize for Excellence in Teaching, Wellesley’s highest teaching honor, has been awarded to Wesley Andrés Watters (astronomy), Paul MacDonald (political science), and Jenny Olivia Johnson (music) (left to right).
Commencement Day is here! Check back throughout the day for scenes celebrating the class of 2018.
#TBT Student marshals lead the baccalaureate procession outside Green Hall during 1972 commencement ceremonies.
Once discouraged from studying math and science, a Wellesley senior shares her journey to a major—and a future career— in computer science with Refinery29.
Though finals were finished on May 22, these goslings resting together by Paramecium Pond still have some learning to do.
With just one week until Commencement 2018, Wellesley looks back at 18 inspiring speeches delivered to its graduates.
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 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.
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.
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.
The Office of Sponsored Research is developing a new webpage, the Faculty Research Spotlight, highlighting the important work of Wellesley faculty (pictured).