THIS WEEK’S HEADLINES

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Co-Photography Editor 

Wellesley to consider a Latin@ Studies minor

LUChA to also push for additional classes and new professor By GRACE BENNETT-PIERRE ’16  with additional reporting by ANNA TUPPER-BRIDGES ’14 Staff Writer and Head Copy Editor Latin@s Unidas … [Read More...]

Number options to stay on hold for

By BROTI GUPTA ’16 Staff Columnist Thank you for calling The Business Company. If you know your party’s extension, please dial it now. Otherwise, please hold for more options.  Press 1 if you would … [Read More...]

LETTER TO THE EDITOR

To the Wellesley News Staff, I was concerned to read your editorial in this past week’s issue. While I wholeheartedly agree that campaign week frequently suffers from an excess of grand promises, I … [Read More...]

ARTS IN THE NEWS

Movies “Captain America: The Winter Soldier” broke movie industry records for an April opening. The film brought in around $96.2 million at theaters in North America over the weekend, which … [Read More...]

College Government campaigns spotlight mental health at Wellesley

By ANNE LIU ’17 Sports Editor This year’s College Government  (CG)elections have called much attention to mental health awareness and resources on campus. Wellesley’s Stone Center Counseling Service … [Read More...]

College Government announces election results

Students elect Hana Glasser ’15 for CG President and Charlotte Harris ’16 for CG Vice President By EVELYN TAYLOR-MCGREGOR ’16 News Editor The election committee announced the winners of the College Government (CG) elections last night at 10 p.m. Voting was open from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. online through MyWellesley. Hana Glasser ’15 won […]

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This Week’s Editorial

THE WELLESLEY NEWS STAFF EDITORIAL: Heritage Foundation panel fails to address true challenges of feminism

On March 31, the Heritage Foundation, a conservative think tank based in Washington D.C. held a panel to celebrate the last day of Women’s History Month. The panelists, including Network of Enlightened Women’s President Karin Agness, syndicated columnist Mona Chen, and The Federalist’s Senior Editor Mollie Hemingway, stated that feminism must be readdressed in the […]


This Week | Features

Number options to stay on hold for

By BROTI GUPTA ’16 Staff Columnist Thank you for calling The Business Company. If you know your party’s extension, please dial it now. Otherwise, please hold for more … [Read More...]

WENDY IN THE KITCHEN: Making “almost” apple cobbler with dining hall ingredients

By SRUTHI NARAYANAN ’14 Staff Columnist This week, we’re going to be delving into the sweeter side of dining hall hacks. But given the bouts of cold weather that continue to … [Read More...]


This Week | Arts

ARTS IN THE NEWS

Movies “Captain America: The Winter Soldier” broke movie industry records for an April opening. The film brought in around $96.2 million at theaters in North America over the weekend, which … [Read More...]

Amy Poehler’s ‘Broad City’ sitcom reenvisions ‘Girls’ for new audiences

By  STEPHANIE RADKE ’15 Contributing Writer We all have that friend. The friend who you can call or Skype whenever even if it’s to talk about nothing. The friend in whose presence you leave feeling … [Read More...]


This Week | Sports

College Government campaigns spotlight mental health at Wellesley

By ANNE LIU ’17 Sports Editor This year’s College Government  (CG)elections have called much attention to mental health awareness and resources on campus. Wellesley’s Stone Center Counseling Service … [Read More...]

Wellesley Wendies share their workout routines

By ANNE LIU ’17 Sports Editor Wellesley requires four credits of physical education to graduate, but in addition to this bare minimum, how else do students stay fit? Prior to renovation, the Keohane … [Read More...]


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