Part of a wave of women who ran for public office in 2018, Liz Miranda ’02 and Lisa Shin ’91 never dreamed they’d enter the political arena. But both felt called to fight for what they think is right.More
Wellesley’s highest honor was presented to Camara Jones ’76, a physician who has been a champion of racial and economic health equity, and quantum astrophysicist Nergis Mavalvala ’90, who is part of the team that detected gravitational waves.More
The elation that comes along with scoring a goal is not reserved for the player who puts it in the back of the net. Just ask Arielle Mitropoulos ’19 (#11), who literally leaped for joy when her teammate Sophia Albanese ’21 (#24) scored her first collegiate goal in a game earlier this season.More
“Connections: An Alumnae Panel” featured a discussion about feminisms across the decades. Pictured are Charlotte Hayes ’75, Vanessa Bennett ’98, Desiree Rogers ’81, Anne Shen Chao ’74, Laila Alawa ’12, and Janet Diederichs ’50.
Desiree Rogers ’81 moderated a panel about feminisms across the decades.
Rachel Nagin ’12 and Marta Rainer ’98 performing in a preview of their fall production, “In the Waiting Room” by Lisa Loomer, directed by Nora Hussey, as part of “Intersections: A Faculty Symposium.”
Smitha Radhakrishnan, associate professor of sociology, performed “Spores of Bluefern” a presentation of prose and dance featuring a celebrated passage from Toni Morrison’s Beloved, as part of “Intersections: A Faculty Symposium.”