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Student of the year: Margarita Dayes ’15

***Editor’s Note: This article was published as part of the satirical April 1, 2015 issue Margarita Dayes ’15 has achieved unparalleled success both in and out of the classroom. As the youngest student ever admitted to Wellesley at age 12, this 16 year old and current senior has had unparalleled success at the College. After finishing her thesis in

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College announces new Commission on Email Communication

***Editor’s Note: This article was published as part of the satirical April 1, 2015 issue The carbon footprint of sending an email is 0.3 grams of carbon dioxide, the equivalent of driving three feet. Following Sustainability IdeaFest, an event which encouraged the Wellesley community to think outside the box to improve sustainability practices on campus, the College has resolved

News in Brief

News in Brief: 4/1

***Editor’s Note: This article was published as part of the satirical April 1, 2015 issue. Living in McAfee Hall now considered for P.E. credit The elevator in McAfee Hall has experienced numerous issues in the past few weeks, a problem that began one week before spring break. Students have reported problems with the elevator ranging from being stuck on

Nation and World

Nation & World: 4/1

***Editor’s Note: This article was published as part of the satirical April 1, 2015 issue. Deadline for Iranian nuclear deal framework postponed until June 31 Despite the original Tuesday deadline for a preliminary political agreement to limit Iran’s nuclear program, negotiators were unable to resolve key sticking points. The disagreement was highlighted on Sunday when Iran’s deputy foreign minister,

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Vladimir Putin lectures on manliness at Wellesley

***Editor’s Note: This article was published as part of the satirical April 1, 2015 issue. Russian President Vladimir Putin gave a lecture on achieving the ideal state of manliness at Alumnae Hall on the evening of Mar. 31. Hordes of Wellesley students gazed agape at Putin while frantically scribbling on legal pads, attempting to discover manliness in all its dimensions

Letter to the Editor

To the editor: Today marks the beginning of campaign week, and once again the Wellesley student body is asked to consider the candidates for next year’s College Government Cabinet and the Ballot Initiatives vying for the $11,000 set aside from the student activities fee each year.  For the past four years, the Student Leadership Stipend

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Water Polo makes splash in first home tournament

The Wellesley College club water polo team is back in action for their spring season, recruiting new members and initiating competition with a home victory this past Saturday at the Keohane Sports Center (KSC) pool against Bates College. Wellesley bested the Bobcats 10-9 with a strong and balanced offense, pulling four goals from Cassandra Flores-Montano

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