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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


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

After heartbreak, Björk releases emotional album

It’s a big week for Icelandic singer-songwriter-artist Björk — not only does her first-ever career retrospective open at New York’s Museum of Modern Art (MoMA), but she also begins her run of intimate concert-hall dates, also in New York City, showcasing her latest album, “Vulnicura.” As every music review of her newest album has inevitably


‘Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt’ delivers heartfelt laughs on Netflix

Netflix’s new comedy “Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt” is an incredible example of the changing format and delivery of television. Created by Robert Carlock and Tina Fey of “30 Rock”, “Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt”’s 22-minute sitcom format would have no problem fitting itself into a half-hour block on network television. In fact, it was originally supposed to run


Letter To The Editor

Dear Editors, Where is the Justice for the Palestinians? In Gaza, Hamas controls the Palestinian people through violence; spending money on weapons instead of making the lives of individuals socially and economically better. In the West Bank, President Abbas is in the tenth year of a four-year term, runs a dictatorship that uses international funds