Therapy dogs offer stress relief and joy to Wellesley students

The Wellesley News (Features) 2/23 2:35P 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 4:49A 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 4:48A 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...

Outside the Bubble

The Wellesley News 2/15 10:09A Nina Sachdev
Amazon Headquarters Boston has made it onto a 20-city list of finalists for the second Amazon headquarters in North America. The company currently operates out of Seattle but is going to open a new location, dubbed HQ2. The attraction of a large...

Wellesley receives McNair Grant to promote graduate studies in STEM

The Wellesley News 12/9 7:45P Jee Lee
Wellesley College announced on Nov. 14 that it has received a $1.133 million grant from the U.S. Department of Education through the Ronald E. McNair Post baccalaureate Achievement Program. The grant will fund a five-year program that will...

Wellesley offers diverse opportunities for students pursuing engineering

The Wellesley News (Features) 12/6 12:00P Jee Lee
By   Noor Pirani ’19 Features Editor Imagine taking a course that examines engineering through the lens of social justice and conflict. Or picture traveling to Nicaragua to work on engineering fieldwork projects, such as solar panel assembly and...

Kyla Petrie ’17 coordinates psychology research on campus

The Wellesley News (Features) 11/29 7:44A Jee Lee
After graduating with a degree in psychology, Kyla Petrie ’17 returned to campus this past August as a research coordinator. Her job includes making sure the psychology studies performed by faculty and student researchers at the college are safe...
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