Wellesley's annual fall surprise has come: It's Lake Day today!

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Graphics announcing Lake Day September 17

HIGHLIGHTS

  • multicolored van with backdoors open revealing may screens inside, boxes and broken glass in installation to the right

    New Season Opens at the Davis

    A “vehicle” of art and film? Shattered glass that glints and climbs its way to the ceiling? Both offer glimpses into New View: 2014 Faculty Exhibition, opening tomorrow night during the Davis Museum’s Fall Celebration.

    September 16, 2014
  • 15 diverse Wellesley women pose at Cradles to Crayons

    Wellesley Serves with Day to Make a Difference

    From Coastsweep to Cradles to Crayons, Habitat for Humanity to Wellesley Botanic Gardens, members of the Wellesley community jumped into service projects all around the region over the past weekend for Wellesley's Day to Make a Difference.

    September 15, 2014
  • Erin Giglia holding son in her lap

    Forbes Profiles Wellesley Alum's Game-Changing Business

    Erin Giglia '98 recalls Wellesley's influence in her approach to a career that is helping redefine how law can be practiced.

    September 12, 2014
  • mother strapping helmet on bubble-wrapped kid as he goes out the door

    Wellesley Sociologist Markella Rutherford on NPR

    Are kids today overprotected? Associate Professor of Sociology Markella Rutherford spoke with a California-based NPR station about parental decision-making around risk and safety for today's children, and how it differs from generations past.

    September 11, 2014