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Ruby Bridges visits Wellesley to share story of her historic role in racial integration

Ruby Bridges, an American activist known for being the first black child to attend an all-white elementary school in the South, visited Tenacre Country Day School in Wellesley last week to speak with 4th, 5th and 6th graders. Bridges spoke to the students for about 2 hours, recalling that historic day in New Orleans in […]

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Living With Coyotes program coming to Wellesley Free Library

The Wellesley Conservation Council (WCC) is hosting a program called “Living with Coyotes: The most misunderstood and remarkable animal in North America” at Wellesley Free Library on Wednesday, April 16 at 7pm. . John Maguranis, the Massachusetts representative for Project Coyote as well as the Belmont Animal Control Officer, will discuss identification and tracking, behavior and habitat, myths and […]

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Wall Street bigwig Susan Wagner tapped as Wellesley College commencement speaker

Wellesley College alum Susan Wagner, co-founder and director of Wall Street giant BlackRock, has been named as the school’s commencement speaker for ceremonies slated to take place on Friday, May 30 at 10:30am. Wagner retired as vice chairman of BlackRock in 2012. “Sue’s career at BlackRock exemplifies the important role that the liberal arts play […]

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Wellesley Players to perform “Next Fall” this Spring

The Wellesley Players are getting ready to perform Next Fall, May 2-11 at Watertown’s Arsenal Center for the Arts Black Box Theatre. The play features both new faces and seasoned Wellesley Players in this Tony Award-nominated play. Geoffrey Nauffts’ NEXT FALL takes a witty and provocative look at faith, commitment and unconditional love. The play’s […]

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Wellesley High juniors organize cleats drive

Do you have any used cleats your children have outgrown? If so, don’t throw them out. Instead, donate them to Play Ball!, a non-profit organization that funds school sports for the public middle schools in the City of Boston. A group of Wellesley High School juniors is conducting a service project to collect cleats for […]

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Babson grads find match made in Heaven: Christianity & Mixed Martial Arts

Babson College MBA alumni Chris LeSchack, Paul Proctor, Maxwell Chang, and Ashit Ghevaria shared executive producer duties for a new film called “Fight Church” that debuts April 24-26 at the Independent Film Festival Boston. Fight Church asks the question: “Can you really love your neighbor as yourself and then punch him in the face?” It is a feature […]

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Babson Players to perform “Chicago”

The Babson Players present the musical “Chicago” this April 10-12 at 8-10pm. Tickets are $3 for current Babson/Olin/Wellesley students and $5 for everyone else. The theatre troupe says this is a PG-13 show (though the poster indicates maybe even racier than that). Online tickets here.

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