Interview with Mom

My mom and I had an in depth discussion about her childhood and her advice for me and the future generations of our family.

November 27, 2018 App Interview
Hierarchy of Needs

Discuss questions of childhood, education, family, and how she wants to be remembered.

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December 12, 2017
“You’re gonna be able to be, and grow into being, the woman that you were born to be.”

Pamela McNeil ’82 and Tracey Cameron, director of Harambee House, talk about Pam’s time growing as an individual and developing enduring friendships at Wellesley.

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December 12, 2017
“I think all-women’s education really is a very good way of addressing [the confidence gap] for many women.”

Ann Damsgaard ’66 and Evelyn Go ’66 met on their first day at Wellesley. They reflect on the advantages of attending Wellesley, including small class sizes and the value of a single sex education.

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December 11, 2017
“I found being in a woman’s college, where you weren’t either competing with men all the time, absolutely wonderful.”

Maud Chaplin ’56 and Ann Roberts ’56 discuss the immediate bond they formed upon first meeting at Wellesley, and reminisce about campus life in the 1950s.

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December 11, 2017
“And I remember opening that box and feeling like my grandmother was there.”

Marah Herbach ’01 and her mother Judith Katz ’66 recall the tangible and intangible connections they made at Wellesley, tying them to generations of Wellesley students.

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December 11, 2017
“Wellesley has given me a sense that I have a purpose and I need to follow it.”

Friends Helen Marshall ’77 and Sally Greenville ’76 define the “Wellesley Effect” as the backbone of the largest supportive community of women in the world.