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Window on Wellesley
Though still in its early phases, the Campus Renewal program is already transforming and preserving some of the most beloved spaces on campus.More
During the Mongol invasion of Persia in the 13th century, the poet Sa‘di traveled across the land witnessing the struggles of his countrymen.More
You don’t really understand the term “digital native” until you’ve seen a toddler make a swiping motion across a picture book, trying to get the story to advance.More
Shelf Life
There is no shortage of autobiographical works by leaders hoping to set the record straight, but they are seldom as thorough and credible as Hard Choices.More
Filled with frothy celebrity intel and dishy fashion-insider news, Hijacking the Runway by Teri Agins ’75 tells the story of how celebrity involvement in the fashion industry has evolved.More
Dan Chiasson, profiled in “A Way of Words” (summer ’14), is just the latest in a long line of acclaimed poets teaching at Wellesley. Readers remind us that the line also includes Philip Booth and Richard Wilbur.More
I am removing my mother’s treasure trove of furniture from her home. It hurts me that my mother’s wonderful tall chests-on-chests and armoires, her dark walnut dining table and Sheraton occasional tables, have no true market value in today’s minimalism and IKEA mobility.More
Susan Challenger ’76 enjoys the walk to her office in Green Hall. “A favorite part of Wellesley is walking across the Academic Quad hearing the carillon,” she says. “I love that the alumnae office is…More