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Toward an Equal Economy
The pandemic has had a disproportionate economic impact on women, particularly women of color. How can we create a better economy for all?
How Math Can Save Democracy
A new institute at Wellesley co-founded by mathematics professors Ismar Volić and Stanley Chang supports education and research at the intersection of math and politics.
We Met at Wellesley
Longtime alum couples provide a window on changes on campus—and in the world—for the College’s LGBTQ community.
From the President
From the Editor
Letters to the Editor
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Cantopher ’84 Assumes WCAA Presidency
“My opportunities to be a Wellesley volunteer have been a sustenance through my whole life,” says Laura Wood Cantopher ’84, the new president of the Alumnae Association.
New Alumnae Association Board Members
New members from Massachusetts, New Jersey, Oklahoma, and Texas have joined the WCAA Board of Directors.
Muslim Shared Identity Group Takes Flight
The WCAA welcomes a pilot shared identity group, Wellesley Muslim Alums (WMA), which held its first event on Zoom in April.
Clubs Without Borders
The use of Zoom for multiple Wellesley club events around the world has meant that alums can participate from just about anywhere, expanding the clubs’ reach beyond city, state, and regional borders.
A Quartet of Committed Volunteers
Congratulations to the four dedicated volunteers honored with the Syrena Stackpole Awards at the virtual reunion in June.