Want to continue receiving the print magazine? Let us know!

Illustration of a mailbox with the spring issue of Wellesley magazine in it

As we work to be both eco- and budget-conscious, we are piloting opt-in to print to ensure that we mail the print magazine only to alumnae who wish to receive it.

Beginning in fall 2021, the print version of Wellesley magazine will be opt-in for alums who graduated more than five years ago and less than 75 years ago (the classes of 1946–2016). Our newest (2017-2021) and most experienced (1945 and earlier) alumnae will continue to get the magazine automatically, unless they opt out. We will continue to provide the print magazine at no cost to alumnae who enjoy the experience of reading in print and having the tangible reminder of Wellesley in their homes. The magazine is always published in full online at magazine.wellesley.edu.

To opt in and continue receiving the print magazine, please fill out the simple form at alum.wellesley.edu/sendmagazine by Oct. 1 to receive the fall issue.


Cnthia C. Stong (Cynthia C. Stong) ’60
Yes, I really wish to continue to receive the printed version of the Wellesley Magazine because I love readng all the articles and class notes. Thank you.
Lisa Scanlon Mogolov ’99, interim editor ’99
We’ll make sure you're on the list! Thanks, Cynthia!
Joelle Attinger (Attinger)
I applaud this move, for both ecological and economic reasons. Thank you.
Laura Daniel (Roy) ’14
I really want to keep getting the print version! And I was actually class of 1974; not an option below.
JoAnn (Risher) ’85
Yes, please, I love the magazine.
Kathryn Swiss (Genton) ’79
Good Morning, Friends ~ Please ensure I remain on the List to receive your EXCELLENT, irreplaceable Magazine. Kind Thanks + God Bless. Best, Kathryn Swiss Wellesley 1979, Harvard Business School 1983

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