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In this Issue
The Opposite of Difficult
When a family from Syria moved in next door to Kate Erickson ’05 in L.A., members of the Wellesley community from around the world reached out to make them feel welcome in the United States.
Having Faith in America
Farhana Khera ’91, executive director of Muslim Advocates, works on behalf of her faith community in the courtroom and on Capitol Hill.
The Art of Connection
The renovation of Pendleton West and the addition of a music pavilion provides spaces where students can create works of art and reach across disciplines.
‘Go Forth, Be Great’
Hillary Rodham Clinton ’69 urged the members of the class of ’17 to live the College motto, get involved in causes that matter to them, and not sit on the sidelines.
From the President
From the Editor
Letters to the Editor
Window on Wellesley
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From the WCAA President
The best opportunity for WCAA to connect alumnae to each other and the College is always reunion.
Parade Through Time
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 time
Tactics for Turnout
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.
Reunion Veterans Speak
We asked some loyal reunion attendees what brings them back to the Mothership cycle after five-year cycle.
2017 Alumnae Achievement Awards
The Wellesley College Alumnae Association is pleased to announce the 2017 recipients of the Alumnae Achievement Awards.