A photo of Peggy Cullen Nicholson '54 beside a racing scull.
Winter 2022
Peggy Cullen Nicholson ’54 has accomplished a lot in her life: She taught French for years. She served on her town’s board of education. She’s the mother of three. She’s been a lifelong volunteer. And last fall, she rowed in her first race, at the Head of the Charles.More
A photo shows Emma Slibeck ’24, president of NASA and a descendant of the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians,  hanging a red dress from a tree on the Academic Quad as part of the REDress installation.
Winter 2022
Last fall, empty red dresses swayed from tree limbs around campus. They were impossible to miss, or ignore. The installation, part of the REDress Project created by Jaime Black, a Canadian artist of mixed Anishinaabe and Finnish descent, was brought to campus by Wellesley’s Native American Student Association (NASA).More
Liz Zhou '22 lines up a kick during a varsity soccer game.
Fall 2021
“I’ve been dreaming about this for the past year and a half, stepping out on that field, representing Wellesley and competing against some top-level teams,” says Liz Zhou ’22.More
Fall folliage
Winter 2021
Walktober challenged Wellesley students, alums, faculty, and staff to walk or exercise every day for 42 days, starting on Sept. 21, 2020. In the end, a total of 2,591 participants took 764,024,473 combined steps in 29 countries on five continents, exceeding all expectations.More
The cover of ARROW shows an illustration of a flower motif with its petals rendered as dark-blue women's legs.
Winter 2021
Arrow, a mature and self-assured debut collection of poetry by Sumita Chakraborty ’08, offers poems that are fierce in both emotion and intellect as they wrestle with grief, familial violence, and an existential drama that takes on cosmic proportions.More
A photo of Martha Goldberg Aronson '89
Winter 2021
The Wellesley College Alumnae Association has found new and creative ways to engage during the pandemic.More
This photo includes five of the ’20 crew team members: Sooji Kang (cox), Rhiannon Mulligan, Frances Dingivan, Faye Washburn, and Maria Iannotti. Not pictured are classmates Alison Carey, Olivia Holbrook, Eve Montie, and Emmet Odegaard.
Fall 2020
“Last year’s team was one of the best teams I have coached in my time here at Wellesley. They really functioned in a cohesive and competitive way, and I give a lot of credit to the red hot class of 2020 for fostering that kind of environment.”More
Joy in Movement Masks and All
Fall 2020
Without any competition on the immediate horizon, the cross country and track & field team’s primary training goal this fall has been to establish good habits and reinforce proper technique so they are prepared for future competition.More
Students on a snowy mountain-climbing trip last November, partway up the Greenleaf Trail on Mt. Lafayette in New Hampshire
Spring 2020
Remember going outside? With friends? That was amazing.More
The cover of "The Day I Saw Willie Mays and Other Poems"  contains three images: a childhood photo of Ellen Jaffe '66, a box of Cracker Jack, and a girl's open diary with a pen resting on it.
Spring 2020
Refelcting on her career, poet Ellen Jaffe ’66 says part of a writer’s job is to “experience uncertainties and difficulties (personal and in the wider world) and then find words and images to write about them with empathy and precision.”More