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Alumnae Fellowships Support Lifelong Learning

“How wacky is this? A seventy-four-year-old wanting to study Farsi in Iran?” asks Constance Dilley ’62. Dilley has been interested in Iran for many years, having first visited in 1993. “The people I met, the discussions we had, the peculiar state of Iran with its…... » Read more

Eleanore Velez

Eleanore Velez FP’07 Receives Founders of America Award

Eleanore Velez FP’07 will be honored at the Literacy Network of South Berkshire (LitNet) annual gala, alongside Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick and First Lady Diane Patrick, on October 25 in Lenox, Massachusetts. LitNet, a small nonprofit that provides one-on-one tutoring to more than 115 adults…... » Read more

Kristen Elechko ’97 Takes Gold at the Gay Games

This past August, Kristen Elechko ’97 won the overall women’s gold medal for the sprint triathlon, silver for her age group in the ten-kilometer road running race, and gold for her age group in the cycling individual time trial at the Gay Games in Cleveland,…... » Read more

Rare Minerals Added to College Collection

Jacqueline Mosher FP’09 grew up amid her parents’ expansive collection of more than 1,000 rock and mineral samples. A few years ago, as she was cleaning out her late mother’s house for an impending sale, Mosher came across three family heirlooms: a cluster of milky…... » Read more