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In this Issue
The Pandemic Diaries
More than a year into the crisis, anthropology students share their personal journals about how the experience has shaped them and lessons they have learned from outbreaks in the past.
Latinx Photographers in Focus
Sandra Riaño ’21 interviews curator and writer Elizabeth Ferrer ’80 about her work to fight the invisibility of Latinx photographers in the art world.
When Life Steps Almost Straight
The magazine’s student assistant, Grace Ramsdell ’22, reflects on her pandemic-disrupted junior year, split between her grandmother’s home in Vermont and Claflin Hall.
From the President
From the Editor
Letters to the Editor
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Thank You, Alice
We celebrate Alice Hummer for her 24 years of wise and thoughtful leadership at
Support Across The Rainbow
The Science of Welcome AJ Guerrero, Wellesley’s coordinator for LGBTQ+ programs and services, had big plans for her new job when she arrived on campus in January 2020.
Zoom School, Chemistry Labs, and Art Studios
In a year like no other, Wellesley students had to adjust to studying remotely, or on a campus closed to the outside world. We talk to two of them.
Radiant Light—and Innovation
, created in 1913 by Sonia Delaunay-Terk, captures the sparkling energy of French culture just before the devastating years of World War I.
Behind The Scores
At Wellesley, Lauren Park ’21 has developed an interest in athletics that extends far beyond competition.
Conversations for Change
The Inclusion Initiative trains students to run workshops around issues of identity, helping foster a truer sense of community on campus.
Reports from around campus
The Pandemic Baby Bust
Professor of economics Levine and a colleague atthe University of Maryland delved into data to confirm their hunch that a pandemic baby bust, not boom, is ahead.
French Professor Venita Datta can’t visit Paris right now, but if she could, she would take you, and her students, on a tour of her Paris, starting in the 16th arrondissement, where she rented rooms as a graduate student.