Flower Sunday, the annual day in which Wellesley first-years are matched up with their bigs, was held on Sunday, Sept. 13. Though the pairing ceremonies were held remotely, on-campus students were able to meet their bigs/littles afterwards. The Office of Religious and Spiritual Life provided first-year students with flowers and gratitude journals in lieu of the traditional ceremony.
Career Education Speakers
Wellesley alumna Kathleen McCarthy ‘08 spoke as part of the Life Sciences Career Chat series on Sept. 15. McCarthy is the co-founder and Chief Scientific Officer of Skyhawks Therapeutics.
Let Me Speak
On Saturday, Sept. 12, the Office of Intercultural Education hosted student monologues about various topics, such as mental illness, sexuality, and race. Let Me Speak is a yearly program for new students.
All semester, the student-created Ultimate Scavenger Hunt will be occurring around campus. Clues will be released weekly at noon on Saturdays. Students may participate in groups or individually. Prizes will be awarded at the end of the semester. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for help forming a team.
The PE department is running a Walktober wellness program; students and faculty are invited to participate in this 42-day program designed to help you stay active and experience autumn at Wellesley. Register on the Wellesley College Recreation website.