The faculty

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They come to Wellesley because 1) they love teaching undergraduates, 2) they’re smart and accomplished, and 3) they’re attracted to the Boston/Cambridge nexus of smartness and accomplishment. There are seven students for every one of them, so students 1) know them as real people, and 2) could beat them handily in dodgeball.


Surely you would like to imagine yourself sitting in a Wellesley classroom (maybe discussing art historymaybe diving into Shakespeare?) and talk about things like genetics, bees, activism, Kendrick Lamar, microfinancing, and the most biotically rich lake in the world.


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Ministrare Council

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The Jewett Arts Center

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