College News

A Playground for Science
Summer 2016
The Roger Duffy Studio at Skidmore, Owings, and Merrill, based in New York City, has been selected as the architect for the renovation of the Science Center.More
Lulu Revs Up the Class of ’16
Summer 2016
The ruby red class of ’16 waved checkered flags at commencement, a nod to speaker Lulu Chow Wang ’66’s hobby restoring and driving vintage racecars.More
You Gotta Want It
Summer 2016
After a brief set of instructions from Acting Dean of Students Adele Wolfson, the students flew down the lane, graduation robes flapping, like a colony of uncoordinated but determined bats.More
Our Shared Vision
Summer 2016
It is with great pleasure and deeply felt honor that I write to you in this, my first column as president of Wellesley College.More
2016 Faculty-Staff Service Award
Summer 2016
The Alumnae Association was pleased to present its 2016 Faculty-Staff Service Award to John Mulhall, transportation coordinator for the College’s motor pool.More
A New Awards Season
Summer 2016
The Alumnae Association will award Wellesley’s highest honor—the Alumnae Achievement Awards—in front of a much larger audience this year. The award ceremony has been shifted to Oct. 14, part of the College’s Very Wellesley Weekend…More
From the WCAA President
Summer 2016
This reunion marked President H. Kim Bottomly’s final “State of the College” address to alumnae. Listening to her describe all that is happening on campus and among our exceptional students and faculty, I could not help but think of the remarkable journey on which President Bottomly has led Wellesley.More
From the Editor
Summer 2016
Paula A. Johnson pretty much had me the moment she took off her designer heels and marched across the soggy ground in her stocking feet.More
The Whole Woman
Summer 2016
As Paula A. Johnson takes the helm as Wellesley’s 14th president, she brings her passion for improving the lives of women—and for transforming the world.More
Ingrid Stadler
Spring 2016
Professor of Philosophy Ingrid Stadler died on March 18 in Cambridge, Mass. She was 85. She arrived at the College in 1958, taught for 41 years before retiring, and was for many years the most senior member of the Department of Philosophy.More