Category Archives: Education

MIT, Wellesley College groups adding spice to Acastock a cappella concert at Wellesley High

The Acastock a cappella concert taking place this Thursday, March 5, at Wellesley High school will feature a mix of WHS groups as well as guest singers from area colleges, high schools and the community.  Organizers suggest getting to the 7pm event early, as last fall’s Acatober concert was a sell-out. All four Wellesley High […]

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Wellesley library to show documentary, “Race: The Power of an Illusion”

The groundbreaking PBS documentary series Race: The Power of an Illusion will show in three episodes, one per week, at the Wellesley Free Library starting March 4. The documentary aims to demonstrate how race is both a biological myth and a social invention. Join our moderators,  for a light dinner and then view and discuss the history of race and […]

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Wellesley High playoff hockey heats up

The Wellesley High School boys and girls hockey teams have had stellar seasons, losing just 3 times between them, and now it’s playoff time. The girls have their first playoff game at home (at Babson College) vs. Shrewsbury at 6pm this Saturday. So if you’re looking for something fun to do on Saturday night, there you go. […]

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Blood drive at Tenacre on March 5

Students and staff at Tenacre Country Day School in Wellesley invite members of the community to support their blood drive on March 5. Co-sponsored by the American Red Cross, the blood drive is open to the public. Appointments can be made, and walk-ins are welcome. The event location and time is as follows: Location: Tenacre’s Wells Playhouse, 78 […]

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Help Wellesley High student put a roof over someone’s head in Alabama

Hey everyone, I’m Owen Mahoney, a sophomore at Wellesley High School (shown below in brown shirt). For the past two years I have traveled to Greensboro, Alabama to build a home for someone not fortunate enough to have one. The Alabama Buildvention is an incredible event in which martial artists and martial arts school leaders […]

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Liz Walker headlines Babson Black Affinity Conference

Babson will host its 16th annual Black Affinity Conference on Feb. 27-28, 2015. The two-day celebration during Black History month was created to strengthen innovation and entrepreneurial leadership among Babson’s alumni, students, faculty, and staff. The event is open to the public and costs $25. Successful entrepreneurs will share their visions, and a series of interactiv​​e […]

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