High school girls from around the U.S. and abroad have come to study on campus this summer through Wellesley’s four- and one-week pre-college residential programs.
After 12 men have played Doctor Who, a woman will take the role—a choice a Wellesley professor says has significant implications.
Jessica Abramson ’19, winner of a Google Lime Scholarship, is working to promote diversity and inclusion in computer science.
When sizing up potential friends and mates, the eyes of men and women move differently, according to new research coauthored by Wellesley's Angela Bahns.
Our 2017 Summer Postcard Series begins with a note from Malak AlSayyad ’19, who is in Morocco participating in a Global Citizenship Internship through Wellesley’s Career Education.
President Paula Johnson’s remarks at the annual Union Chapel Independence Day service on Martha’s Vineyard focused on the need for a wider perspective on free expression, the Vineyard Gazette reported.
Katharine Moon, professor of political science at Wellesley, offers possible options to allay North Korean threat.
Stroll the campus and enjoy outdoor art by prominent sculptors.
Ciara Wardlow ’19 wrote about the new Spider-Man film’s depiction of what she affectionately calls a “nerd school.”
WCAI Radio interviews Wellesley Math Professor Oscar Fernandez about his new book, in which he explains how to use simple calculations to become wealthier, healthier, and happier in a relationship.
The story behind Wellesley's lampposts, which have lit the way on campus for nearly 100 years.
Hidden beauty abounds on Wellesley’s campus, including two Korean Stewartia trees, which bloomed in late June and are still in their full glory.
More than 100 years after Katharine Lee Bates, Wellesley English professor and a member of the class of 1880, wrote “America the Beautiful,” her words continue to inspire and uplift.
A moving speech by Frederick Douglass is revisited every Independence Day by Laura Grattan, Wellesley associate professor of political science.
Recently profiled in the New York Times, playwright Mfoniso Udofia ’06 writes about the immigrant experience.
Today marks #NationalHandshakeDay. Though the custom is ages old, the handshake is still one of the most memorable ways that people connect.
Fallon Oeser '18 celebrates with her teammate during a Special Olympics field hockey clinic in Athens, as part of the Wellesley field hockey team's international tour to The Netherlands and Greece.
At the 2017 Aspen Ideas Festival, President Paula Johnson spoke about expanding colleges’ focus on health and wellness.
With its new statistics minor, Wellesley prepares students to navigate a world of “Big Data.”
Wellesley English Professor Yu Jin Ko discussed the controversial Public Theater version of Julius Caesar in Politico.
Roses blooming by the President's House in June signal summer's arrival at Wellesley.
The Davis Museum begins its summer programming on June 22 with a kick-off event that includes a treasure hunt, interactive art activities, story time, and more. Outdoor movies and yoga begin later in the month.
Gabriela Kovacikova ’14 and Rebecca Nevitt ’88 were part of the first all-female relay team to swim from California’s Palos Verdes Peninsula to Catalina Island and back.