Class Notes

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A sunny spring day draws students to the shore of Lake Waban.


A photo portrait of Julia Yoo '92

Julia Yoo ’92

Julia Yoo ’92 is the newly appointed president of the National Police Accountability Project, the largest civil rights attorney organization in the country dedicated to protecting the rights of individuals in their encounters with police and detention facility personnel…More
A photo portrait of May Ha Duong '00

May Hong HaDuong ’00

May Hong HaDuong ’00, director of the UCLA Film & Television Archive, is the first woman and person of color to direct the world’s largest university-held collection of motion pictures and broadcast programming in the United States…More
A photo portrait of Beth Matusoff Merfish '05

Beth Matusoff Merfish ’05

Beth Matusoff Merfosh ’05 is an associate professor of art history at the University of Houston-Clear Lake. Beth’s career has focused on amplifying marginalized voices in art…More

In Memoriam


Shirley Young ’55 passed away on Dec. 26, 2020. She lived life with infectious exuberance and purpose, leaving behind extraordinary milestones, as well as the gratitude and affection of all who knew her. Shirley took on life with gusto and breathed a joie de vivre into all she touched: her…More


Beth Pfeiffer ’73 lived the credo of giving back with warmth, vision, and savvy. On Dec. 4, 2020, she passed away in her beloved Maine, surrounded by the love of her husband, John, and family. A devoted mother, friend, mentor, successful entrepreneur, lovely artist, and grateful Wellesley…More
Tributes to Wellesley alumnae by family and friendsMore