Separating the alone and the lonely

The Wellesley News (Features) 12/5 5:40P thewellesleynews
Going abroad, in my case to the London School of Economics, means quite a few things. It means the majority of your life is spilling out of three oversized suitcases, while the most important parts of...

Outside the Bubble

The Wellesley News 12/5 5:31P thewellesleynews
First recreational marijuana shop to open up in Boston (Update!) In last week’s Outside the Bubble column, we learned that the first recreational marijuana dispensary would be coming to Boston. The...

News in Brief 11/28/18

The Wellesley News 11/28 12:35P Artemisia L
Women and Gender Studies class featured in NBC Boston Professor Rosanna Hertz and students in her WGST 322 Contemporary Reproduction seminar were featured in a segment on NBC Boston about former first...

Shruti Laya explores diversity in South Asian cultures

The Wellesley News (Features) 11/7 1:08P Artemisia L
On Saturday, Nov. 10 at 6 pm, the Wellesley Association for South Asian Cultures (WASAC) will be hosting their annual culture show, Shruti Laya, at Alumnae Hall. This year’s theme is “Katha: Our...

Outside the Bubble: 11/07/18

The Wellesley News 11/7 11:03A Artemisia L
Whitey Bulger killed after transfer to West Virginia prison In a big story that dominated the news cycle this week, mob boss...

News in Brief

The Wellesley News 11/6 10:56P Artemisia L
Wellesley Announces $24 Million Energy and Sustainability Initiative On Oct. 29, President Paula Johnson announced that the college would be undertaking a “multipart energy initiative” in order to...

Outside the Bubble

The Wellesley News 10/24 7:05P thewellesleynews
Harvard’s Admissions Process Unveiled in Federal Court The cause of many a teary meltdown or, more rarely, a celebratory scream-fest, Harvard University’s rigorous admissions process has long been a...

Wellesley students participate in rally on affirmative action

The Wellesley News 10/24 6:55P thewellesleynews
On Sunday, Oct. 14, a court case with wide-ranging implications for admissions at elite colleges began: Students for Fair Admissions v. Harvard. Led by conservative lawyer Edward Blum, a group of...

Outside the Bubble

The Wellesley News 10/17 11:59A Artemisia L
State colleges lacking in female leadership The Center for Women in Politics and...

Outside the Bubble

The Wellesley News 10/3 10:34A thewellesleynews
Boston rallies against Brett Kavanaugh’s nomination to the Supreme Court Hundreds of protesters gathered at Boston City Hall on Monday, Oct. 1, to protest the nomination of Judge Brett Kavanaugh to...

Outside the Bubble

The Wellesley News 9/28 8:27A Artemisia L
Hello! Welcome back to Wellesley and welcome back to Outside the Bubble. My name is Antonia and I love Massachusetts. The purpose of this column is to make us all informed citizens of the area we live...
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