In this wide-ranging session, classmates learned more of Michele's own story, the impetus for the founding of the Wellesley Racial Justice Initiative (WRJI) and more about current programming.
Back by popular demand, Helen invited us to return to her Trade Winds Lounge, where she shared with us another tropical cocktail recipe and walked us through the steps. This time it was for Missionary's Downfall, a fabulously green drink. Perhaps our very own '77 signature drink for reunion?
Wellesley tea time! Bring your favorite cup of tea or glass of iced tea and enjoy a talk on the Tarot. Classmate Laura Venecia Rodriguez has been working with this tool since the late 1980’s to sharpen her intuition and creativity, and to help others gain insight into personal challenges.
Laura shared her passion for labyrinths and explained some background about this age-old mindfulness tool. She then guided us through a “finger labyrinth" and our fingers did the walking
We may no longer get to see each other or the iconic scenery of the Wellesley campus every day, but we can stay connected right here.
To learn what our class is up to and how we are staying in touch. Check out highlights from our Virtually Verdant sessions above
and the photos below from our first two Destination Mini-reunions in Vancouver and Santa Fe.