10 Important Reasons Why You Shouldn’t Wear a Bra to Bed

Many females can't wait until the end of the day to remove their bras. It is a relief to get rid of those tight bands and under-wires. But some females think that wearing a bra to bed can help avoid...

Lisa Graham, Lucy Cordes, and Genevieve Welch

Dr. Lisa Graham (47), director of the Wellesley College Choir, Lucy Cordes (21), President of the Choir, and Genevieve Welch (20), choral scholar with the Choir, speak about their experiences of the pandemic through the lens of choral singing and...

The special gift.
October 20, 2020 App Interview

Ileen Wachs, 87 talks with her daughter, Susan Wachs, 53, about a special gift Ileen gave her sister, Faye Ritter, for Faye's 70th birthday.

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Hartford College for Women Oral Interview with Judy Kane

Judy Kane (76), alumni of Hartford College for Women tells about her experiences at the school as an attendant from 1962 - 1964. She is being interviewed by Tea Morin (22), the Fall 2020 intern for University of Hartford's Women's...

Daniel and Ralph Hitz,

Daniel Hitz talks with his dad about his dad's childhood in both Indiana and southern California

Stuart Williams & Makayla Hannay Canadians are kind, but not when it comes to driving!

Stuart chats to Makayla about Calgarian drivers, the positive impact of her mom, her recent move to Canada from the US, and the church.

Jinny Savolainen and Burt Ames "There is nothing more noble than taking care of others."

Jinny Savolainen: 2020-10-16 16:59:41 Jinny and Burt talk about life in the pandemic and the importance of community

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"Dealing with science, it's like having a detective job." An interview with Meloe Kacenelenbogen.

In this interview, Meloe S. Kacenelenbogen talks about her expertise in ‘aerosols,’ suspended particles in the atmosphere. These small particulates can affect air quality and human health and can also impact the Earth’s radiation balance. We also discuss why she...

“This College taught me, again, accidentally sometimes on purpose, about power, which has served me in my life after college.”

Journalists Diamond Sharp ’11 and Ikhlas Saleem ’11 discuss the effects of social media on social movements, the silence surrounding class differences, and learning to code switch between different social groups at Wellesley during the 2010s, a skill that has...

“We need…more Black women and women of color to be on this campus to get that experience and go back out in the world and do better.”

Malika Jeffries-El ’96, Shelly Davis ’97, and Katrina Mitchell ’96 recount the evolution of Ethos’ objectives from advocating for diversity and inclusion on campus to thinking about the broader aspects of being black women in the world. They touch on...

“I saw immediately that there was such a wide diversity of women from all kinds of backgrounds.”

Classmates Pamm McNeil ’82 and Tracy Heather Strain ’82 share their own preconceptions and early encounters with racism on campus during the 1980s, and they discuss how Ethos and Harambee House made class, social, and geographical “crossings” possible, fostering unexpectedly...

“I came to Wellesley not sure what was possible, but I left Wellesley knowing that nothing was impossible.”

Natalie Gill-Mensah ’03 speaks with close friend Liz Miranda ’02 about Miranda’s transformation at Wellesley during the 2000s, from a young woman with undefined aspirations, raised by a teenage mother, to one with the confidence to run for public office...

“We reacted to a problem and we worked together and we made some things happen.”

Karen Williamson ’69, a founder of Ethos, and JudyAnn Bigby ’73 discuss the early days of campus activism and the organization’s challenges and successes in advocating for a more diverse Wellesley in the late 1960s and early 1970s.

Steven Rauscher and Eric Myszkowski – "But we all get to go home at the end of the day."

Steven Rauscher (33) speaks with his friend and former coworker Eric Myszkowski (29) about the effects of the Covid-19 pandemic on employment in general and the service industry in Philadelphia specifically.


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Evelyn Cope and Catherine Urbon interview

Evelyn Cope interviewing her sister Catherine Urbon at her cottage in Rondeau Park, Canada

Evelyn Cope and Catherine Urbon Part 2 of 2

Evelyn Cope interviewing her sister Catherine Urbon at her cottage in Rondeau Park, Canada. Part 2 of 2

Memunatu Abubakar : Interview With Brother, Faaeaz Abubakar- Insight on 2020

Memunatu Abubakar (15) interviews her older brother, Faaeaz Abubakar (19), about his experiences in 2020. They discuss the many aspects of this year, including the Black Lives Matter movement, Coronavirus, quarantine, and even personal parts of his year. Faaeaz explains...