In her class Migration, Heritage, Identity: Eastern Europe and Latin America, Evelina Gužauskytė invites students to consider how Latin America and Eastern Europe have influenced one another’s literary and cultural expression.
As Wellesley marks Earth Day this April 22, the College is implementing a variety of initiatives that will lessen our environmental impact.
Award-winning novelist Author Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie will address the Class of 2015 at Wellesley’s 137th Commencement exercises on May 29.
Award winning novelist Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie will address the members of the Wellesley College Class of 2015, and their family and friends, at Wellesley’s 137th Commencement Exercises on Friday, May 29, at 10:30 a.m.
Writing for the Wall Street Journal, finance professional Manisha Thakor ’92 said lessons learned at Wellesley, along with works by authors like Virginia Woolf and Edith Wharton, had a big influence on her career path.
In a YouTube video posted Sunday afternoon, Hillary Clinton '69 announced that she will run for president in the 2016 Election.
In her new role as head of the National Science Foundation’s Office of International Science and Engineering, Rebecca Spyke Keiser ’91 will develop international scientific partnerships and promote STEM activities for women and girls around the globe.
Wellesley congratulates Wenyan Deng ’15 and Margaret McClure ’15, who have both been named Carnegie Junior Fellows for 2015–16.
Environmental studies major Sophia Garcia '15 won the 120th Wellesley Hooprolling competition this weekend, earning a place in the history books.
During today's Ruhlman conference, the Wellesley community gathers to celebrate student achievement.
A new study by Wellesley researchers shows that people who value diversity are more likely to have more diverse friend groups.
Wellesley students make encouraging—and often humorous—signs to display along the Scream Tunnel during the Boston Marathon
Wellesley President Kim Bottomly announces her decision to step down in July of 2016: "I will forever cherish my time at Wellesley and will always remain a proud member of this community that has come to mean so much to me."
A new study led by Wellesley Professor Heather Mattila showed that poor nutrition for honey bee larvae leads to compromised pollination capabilities as adult bees and illustrates a possible link to Colony Collapse Disorder (CCD).
Nevatha Mathialagan '15 has won a prestigious Thomas J. Watson fellowship to travel the world after commencement, learning how different cultures approach oral health.
An alumna puts her architecture training to work to foster social change by empowering locals to use their own knowledge to better their environment.
President H. Kim Bottomly has been named a Fellow by The National Academy of Inventors. She was officially inducted as a member of the 2014 Fellows class in March.
In honor of National Public Health Week, we take a look at some of the different ways Wellesley students pursue their passion for public health.
A new study by Heather Mattila, a leading honey bee ecologist and Assistant Professor of Biological Sciences at Wellesley College, published on April 8 in PLOS ONE, reveals that inadequate access to pollen during larval development has lifelong consequences for honey bees.
Common ravens are uncommon here, but Wellesley is home to a breeding pair for second year running. Watch them live online.
In April, Wellesley celebrates Latin@ Month and hosts festivities honoring Latin@ culture, history, and heritage.