Alumnae Lives

Alumnae Memorials
Spring 2017
Tributes to Wellesley alumnae by family and friends.More
A Fresh Approach
Spring 2017
Poke—raw fish seasoned with soy sauce and sesame oil—has long been a staple of Hawaiian cuisine, a popular go-to for barbecues, family get-togethers, or a simple lunch. Recently, the dish has exploded in popularity.More
Admission To Adulthood
Spring 2017
Small Admissions tells the thoroughly engaging story of three Wellesley roommates who embark on their postcollege lives in New York City.More
Tactics for Turnout
Spring 2017
We asked Marjahn Golban ’10 and Jane Zhou ’10, who chaired their well-attended fifth reunion two years ago, to talk about the tactics they used to get their classmates back.More
Parade Through Time
Spring 2017
The parade—with all its jubilant class spirit and wacky costumes—is a generations-old Wellesley tradition, though its exact origins (and why alumnae wear white) have been lost in the mists of timeMore
From the WCAA President
Spring 2017
The best opportunity for WCAA to connect alumnae to each other and the College is always reunion.More
Opening the Cloister
Spring 2017
As senior curator of the Met’s incomparable museum of medieval art, Barbara Drake Boehm ’76 seeks to bring a lost world vividly to life.More
Winter 2017
The Alumnae Association announces 2017 events.More
Candidates for Office in the Alumnae Association
Winter 2017
A slate will be presented for election by the alumnae body at the annual meeting of the Wellesley College Alumnae Association on June 3 at 11:00 a.m. in Diana Chapman Walsh Alumnae Hall.More
Honoring Volunteer Service
Winter 2017
At Alumnae Leadership Council last October, the WCAA honored three alumnae with its annual Sed Ministrare Volunteer Award, an honor designed to celebrate significant or innovative volunteer service.More