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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

Carole Starr '89

Brain Injury Survivor Carole Starr ’89

Carole Starr ’89, MS, cofounder and cofacilitator of Brain Injury Voices, gave a moving presentation during a Back-to-Class session at Reunion 2014. In 1999, Starr sustained a brain injury that transformed her life from an “active professional” to a “professional patient,” learning how to adjust to…... » 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