Fall 2016 Contents

A Call to Teach
Wellesley educators demonstrate that to teach is often to face a range of societal issues every day in classrooms—from immigration to poverty to homelessness. In tackling these challenges, teachers embody the very best of sed ministrare spirit.More
A Joyful Beginning
The legendary Wellesley Scream Tunnel might have been surpassed by the rapturous cheers that greeted President Paula A. Johnson—Wellesley’s 14th president and the first African-American to head the College—on Sept. 30 as she processed down the aisle of the vast tent on Severance Green.More
For Our Old Ladies
When I was four, we moved to the dead end of Glenbrook Road, where half the houses held old ladies.More
Tell Me a Story
When Molly Bang ’65 was a Wellesley student, the idea of becoming a children’s author and illustrator seemed about as achievable as growing a magical beanstalk. But that’s exactly what she did.More