A Sneak Peak into the Chicken Coop

Andrea LeClair ’02 had no farming experience when she first got chickens, but now she has a flock of ten in her five-acre backyard in Western Massachusetts. Get a peek inside her chicken coop to see firsthand what raising backyard poultry really entails. » Read…... » Read more

President’s Pen: Fall 2014

At first the letter seemed ordinary enough, but when I read the opening line—I was hooked. “Quite out of the blue, I’m writing to let you know that your mention of Mary Stewart Webster, class of 1855, in last September’s (2013) convocation address had an…... » Read more

Wesley Elizabeth Cullen ’00

On any given day, you might find Wesley Elizabeth Cullen ’00 checking on HVAC systems, reviewing performer contracts, or overseeing building security for the Coliseo de Puerto Rico, an 18,000-seat arena in San Juan. In her role as general manager—the first female GM of the…... » Read more

The Great Divide

In the College’s centennial year, a male president took the helm for the first time. No fanfare accompanied the departure of Mary Emma Woolley on July 27, 1937. Her staff watched from the President’s House as the large car turned left on College Street and…... » Read more