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Green Gathering In DC

Laura Rodriguez gathered Washington DC 1977 classmates for lunch on Nov 4, 2018 at Old Ebbit Grill near the White House.  Laura Rodriguez, Wanda Gnahoui, Deborah Davis, Christine Muth, Martha Clarke, Susana Baranano, and Rolllie (Carol) Flynn.

Leslie Pano ’77 One of Wellesley’s Master Plumbers

Leslie Pano ’77 knows Wellesley well.

Growing up, she frequently came to reunions with her mother, a proud Wellesley alumna, and she has been on campus almost continually since she arrived as a student herself in 1973. As one of the College’s master plumbers, she has come to know it from the inside out, overseeing its systems of pipes and drains, plugging leaks, and keeping things flowing.