Alisha Pegan ’16 helps implement climate solutions in Boston

The Wellesley News (Features) 5/8 7:53P thewellesleynews
While she didn’t know she’d be working on the city of Boston’s Climate Ready Boston program, Alisha Pegan ’16 had hoped for a long time that she would one day work in environmental studies. “I would...

Aislinn Díaz speaks with students at Spanish Table

The Wellesley News (Features) 5/8 7:50P thewellesleynews
It is no secret that Wellesley College offers endless opportunities to help students succeed and improve. One of the most notable ways in which the language departments achieve this goal is through...

Outside the Bubble: 5/8/19

The Wellesley News 5/8 7:42P thewellesleynews
It’s not just your imagination, it has been colder and rainier Spring has seemingly not sprung in Wellesley, Massachusetts, but to continue with colloquialisms, April showers have certainly brought...

Outside the Bubble: 4/25/19

The Wellesley News 4/24 7:44P thewellesleynews
Bald eagles spotted along the Charles River Bird watchers and general enjoyers of the Esplanade Park along the Charles River have had something extra interesting to look out for over the past few...

News in Brief: 4/25/19

The Wellesley News 4/24 7:38P thewellesleynews
Aiko performs in final show of the year On Sat. April 23, members of the Wellesley community gathered in Jewett Auditorium to watch Aiko’s final show of the year. The show was titled “Reflections.”...

News in Brief 4/17/19

The Wellesley News 4/17 10:26A thewellesleynews
Wellesley professor runs the Boston Marathon Adam Van Arsdale, associate professor of anthropology, was among thousands of runners and wheelchair athletes who crossed the finish line at the Boston...

Outside the Bubble 4/17/19

The Wellesley News 4/17 10:02A thewellesleynews
Stop & Shop union workers on strike Around 30,000 Stop & Shop workers are on strike and encouraging people to boycott the 240 stores in the area. Stop & Shop is the largest grocery chain in New...

Outside The Bubble 4/03/2019

The Wellesley News 4/3 10:02A thewellesleynews
Officials alert public to possibility of measles exposure The first case of measles in Massachusetts this year has been confirmed. The infected individual lives in the greater Boston area, and visited...

News in Brief 4/03/2019

The Wellesley News 4/3 9:59A thewellesleynews
SHE’s run Sexuality Education Week This week, the Wellesley student Sexual Health Educators (SHEs) are bringing their yearly Sexuality Education Week to campus. This year’s event offerings will...

Outside the Bubble: 3/13/19

The Wellesley News 3/13 6:56P thewellesleynews
Children’s author in Wellesley wins award for science book Elizabeth Suneby is the author of “ Iqbal and His Ingenious Idea: How a Science Project Helps One Family and the Planet.” The book has won...
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