Class Notes

Photo by Richard Howard

The women of Wellesley’s class of ’55 sported bright yellow infinity scarves for their 60th reunion insignia.


Ruth Tumen Wilf ’52

When Ruth Tumen Wilf ’52 celebrated her 70th birthday, she thought her age was “a big fat joke.” But when her 80th birthday rolled around, she wasn’t laughing anymore.More

Caroline Harris Baldwin ’61

It was on a Wellesley trip to Europe the summer after her junior year that Caroline Harris Baldwin ’61, now an amateur pilot who competed in her 11th Air Race Classic in June, first flew in an airplane.More

Mfoniso Udofia ’06

After graduating from San Francisco’s American Conservatory Theatre in 2009, Mfoniso Udofia ’06 moved to New York City, secured an agent, and began auditioning for plays and films. It was the stuff her burgeoning dreams were made of—except she couldn’t get a part.More

In Memoriam


Harold E. Andrews, professor of geology emeritus, died on Feb. 22, 2015, at the age of 72. His Wellesley career spanned the years from 1971 until his retirement in 2006.More
Remembrances of Wellesley alums written by family and friends, and the “In Memoriam” list of deceased alumnae.More