Outside the Bubble

The Wellesley News 3/15 3:10P Nina Sachdev
Women’s Economic Empowerment Series comes to Framingham The Women’s Economic Empowerment Series will be held at Framingham State on March 24. It is a one-day program meant to educate women and address the economic gender disparity. In attendance...

Outside the Bubble

The Wellesley News 3/7 10:32A Nina Sachdev
Old North Church to charge admission fee Admission to the Old North Church will no longer be free because, as the vicar Stephen Ayres said, the church has begun to start cutting corners in order to accommodate the wear and tear from high traffic...

President’s Corner: 2/28

The Wellesley News 2/28 5:44A Nina Sachdev
Hey Wellesley Sibs, Hope this week’s column finds you well. While we may live in a suburban bubble, we still maintain ties to communities and loved ones both near and far. Feb. 14 marked a tragedy that is heartbreaking and completely preventable....

Wellesley alumnae at Harvard contemplate graduate student unionization

The Wellesley News 2/28 5:42A Nina Sachdev
Many Wellesley students choose to continue their education after their four years here. Eighty percent of Wellesley graduates, according to the school’s website, attend graduate or professional school within 10 years of obtaining their...

Outside the Bubble

The Wellesley News 2/28 5:35A Nina Sachdev
Massachusetts for-profit healthcare company moves out Steward Health Care executives are leaving Massachusetts sometime this year after considering the move since November. Through the leave and afterwards, its hospitals will remain open. The...

News in Brief

The Wellesley News 2/28 5:28A Nina Sachdev
Board of Admissions responds to student activism In the wake of the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School shooting in Florida on Feb. 14, protests and marches against gun violence have sprung up in multiple cities across the country, oftentimes...

Therapy dogs offer stress relief and joy to Wellesley students

The Wellesley News (Features) 2/23 3:35P Nina Sachdev
Every year during finals and midterm seasons, squeals of joy can be heard in libraries and common spaces around campus. Is it free food or coffee? Discovering that a final is take-home? No, it’s the appearance of the biggest celebrities on...

Outside the Bubble

The Wellesley News 2/21 5:49A Nina Sachdev
Wellesley library Fells branch to be renovated The small one-room schoolhouse on Weston Road in the town of Wellesley is slated for   renovation. The schoolhouse currently serves as the Fells Branch of the Wellesley Free Library. The location will...

News in Brief

The Wellesley News 2/21 5:48A Nina Sachdev
Wellesley Family Featured in WBUR’s “All Things Considered” Melissa Ludtke ’73 and her daughter Maya Ludtke ’19 recently appeared on WBUR’s radio program “All Things Considered” to talk about their creation of a multimedia project called...
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