Class Notes

Photo courtesy of Wellesley College Archives

Skating in front of the Science Center, January 1978.


A photo of Connie Whitman Baher '63 with her late mother
For 13 years, until December 2022, Connie Whitman Baher ’63 coordinated her mother’s care. “For me, anybody who is a care coordinator is a caregiver,” Connie says.More
A portrait of Judy Rousuck '72 holding a small dog

J. Wynn Rousuck ’72

Please Write, the debut novel of Judy Rousuck ’72, is a daring feat of storytelling, consisting of letters exchanged between two dogs and “Grandma Vivienne,” the alter ego of a recently widowed artist.More
A photo of Tonja Adair '92

Tonja Adair ’92

Tonja Adair ’92 is co-founder of Splice Design, an architecture firm with offices in New York City and Atlanta. During her time at the College, where she majored in architecture, Tonja learned the importance of active involvement in the community.More
A photo portrait of Hoi-Fei Mok '10

Hoi-Fei Mok ’10

Hoi-Fei Mok ’10 once saw themselves as someone with three separate interests: environmental science, social justice, and art. But now, Hoi-Fei, a self-described “artist, community organizer, and climate policy practitioner,” has found ways to bring these areas together.More

In Memoriam

A photo portrait of poet and professor David Ferry in front of a crowded bookcase


David Ferry, Sophie Chantal Hart Professor Emeritus of English, died on Nov. 5, 2023, at 99. He taught at Wellesley from 1952 to 1989. David was an exemplary scholar and teacher, a giant of our faculty, a translator and poet of the highest order, and a major figure in American literature.More
Tributes to alumnae from friends and familyMore