Blue Bloods

Blue Bloods

Photo by Richard Howard

They are the last two—of this generation, at least—to graduate, part of a long family tradition. Identical twins Emma and Sarah Bailin ’16 walked across the commencement stage one after another, becoming the eighth and ninth members of their family to receive Wellesley diplomas. Shown here with their mother, Amy Stewart ’81, and older sister Clara “Livy” Bailin ’13, they also have two other Wellesley sisters (Hannah “Grady” Bailin ’11 and Patricia Bailin ’09) and three Wellesley aunts (Beth Stewart ’78, Devra Bailin ’78, and Jo Stewart ’82).

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