College News

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
The WCAA at Work
Winter 2017
If you ever wondered what your Alumnae Association does beyond hosting reunion and publishing the magazine and this website, take a look.More
Keeping Wellesley Modern
Winter 2017
Alice Friedman, the Grace Slack McNeil Professor of Art, is a huge proponent of the Jewett Arts Center, Paul Rudolph’s breakthrough building completed in 1958.More
College Road
Winter 2017
About 100 people in the right place at the right time saw a brief flash of beauty at the Ferguson Greenhouses last fall as the Queen of the Night cactus unscrolled its annual blossom.More
Survey Says…
Fall 2016
Ask a Wellesley woman what she thinks, and it’s fairly certain she won’t hold back. That proved true earlier this year when the Alumnae Association sent an email survey to 28,000 alumnae in hopes of learning how they are engaging with the College and each other, where that engagement seems most effective, and whether there were opportunities for making new alumnae connections through new programs.More
College Road
Summer 2016
News Flash: The class of ’91 tree, a sugar maple, has been reunited with its stone. Earlier this year, the stone went AWOL and turned up across the path 20 yards away.More
Spring Forward
Summer 2016
This year, the pre-finals week SpringFest celebration was also a thank-you for President H. Kim Bottomly’s nine years of service to Wellesley College.More
College Strengthens Ties to India
Summer 2016
Earlier this year, the College formalized a partnership with Ashoka University, the first Ivy League-caliber liberal-arts university in India.More
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