Born during the tumultuous Civil Rights era, Ethos is a source of inspiration, support, and comfort for black students on campus. As Ethos turns 50, its former leaders reflect on what the organization meant to them.More
As these students’ stories attest, a diversity of paths leads to Wellesley—a grandmother’s memory, a website visit, a college-fair encounter, a high-school counselor’s advice, an alumna’s encouragement, even a simple Google search.More
I wasn’t actually able to get out on the Strip until after 2 a.m. It was chaos initially. Most people on the streets around the Mandalay Bay were eventually barricaded into the casinos. Nothing prepares you to interview people in a situation like this.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.”