Congratulations, Class of 2017! We'll be adding images to this photo essay for Commencement 2017 throughout the day.
The green Class of 2017 has officially joined the ranks of Wellesley College alumnae.
As commencement approaches, we share excerpts from 12 memorable graduation speeches given at Wellesley.
From this year’s Outstanding Senior Athlete to the winner of the 2017 Hauptfuhrer Award, scholar athletes were recognized for their extraordinary achievements at Wellesley's annual celebration.
Sari Kerr, a Wellesley College economist, co-authored two new studies showing that college-educated, married women likely to have children end up making significantly less money than their male counterparts.
Professor Daniela Rivera wants visitors to her exhibition at Boston’s Museum of Fine Arts, The Andes Inverted, to feel as if they are standing at the bottom of the world's largest open pit copper mine.
The Wellesley community is enriched by the talents, dedication, and service of faculty and of administrative and union staff, many of whom have been honored in recent weeks.
Ancient art works are sometimes obtained by fraud, raising ethical questions, according to Wellesley experts featured in WBUR's Cognoscenti.
Wealthy Americans are living longer and gaining more benefits from tax-supported entitlements, according to a Wellesley economist's study.
A family of geese sighted on Lake Waban this week.
Julie Levison ’98, a physician-researcher at Massachusetts General Hospital, created a telenovela-style video to encourage HIV care adherence among Latino immigrants.
The connection students and alumnae feel to the College and each other is often reflected in what they share, from everyday items, like hoops and banners, to life-changing events.
Members of the alumnae group Wellesley in Entertainment introduce a Wellesley student to Hollywood as first prize in the group’s new screenwriting contest.
Winners of the Stanford Calderwood Prizes in Public Writing are recognized for exceptional work in translating complex arguments into engaging pieces intended for a general audience.
The popularity of Wellesley College’s tuition cost estimator tool is on the rise. WGBH's Kirk Carapezza interviewed and photographed the tool's inventor, Wellesley's Phillip B. Levine, for a recent story.
Students don their class colors for Stepsinging and a toast to the Green Class of 2017, and plan ways to “Take a Break” during reading period and finals.
As Wellesley approaches reading period and finals, we wish our students the wisdom of the Jedi, the knowledge of C-3PO, the resourcefulness of Rey, and the confidence of Leia.
To empower her women colleagues at the National Wildlife Federation, Elizabeth Lillard ’11 spearheaded the organization’s inaugural Women in Conservation Leadership Summit.
Wellesley will host the Massachusetts premiere of the groundbreaking documentary Changing the Face of Medicine: Black Women in Medicine.
The Suzy Newhouse Center for the Humanities Welcomes Margaret Atwood, Booker Prize winner and author of “The Handmaid’s Tale,” to Wellesley.
Wellesley’s hip-hop troupe, FreeStyle, featured So You Think You Can Dance 6 winner Russell Ferguson and a dozen New England dance groups in Jam On It, a benefit for inner-city performing arts education.
On April 22, Wellesley faculty, staff, and students joined the March for Science in Boston. The day before, the College presented its final teach-in for the year: “How Is Science Political?”
Each spring, the Ruhlman Conference features student presentations on a variety of topics. This year, a website created by Andrea Jackson ’18 will allow users to explore topics and trends in Ruhlman research.