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The Claims of Life: A Memoir by Diana Chapman Walsh

Diana Chapman Walsh spoke on her new book The Claims of Life: A Memoir on  Sunday, March 24, 2024, at a well-attended Virtually Verdant session, where she fielded questions and walked us through the most poignant sections of her book with sensitivity, interspersing humorous anecdotes throughout her presentation.

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Year-End Quarterly Social

Our Year-End Quarterly Social focused on a discussion about retaining and regaining relevance as personal and family relationships evolve and careers decelerate into retirement.

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The Wellesley Login allows alumnae to sign into various College systems and websites using a single username and password. To view the alumnae directory and other restricted content on My Wellesley Community, you need to use your Wellesley Login.

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Sweat with Paulette Halloween Edition

If you need to work out after swapping (and devouring) all those holiday cookies, swilling eggnogs, and munching on canapes between Thanksgiving and now, then you've come to the right place for some exercise, fun, and laughter with Polly and Annie. 

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Camino de Santiago with Tonya Drayden

Last month, Tonya Drayden took us on an adventure along the Camino de Santiago, her 500-mile pilgrimage through France and Portugal to the Cathedral of Santiago de Compostela in Galicia, Spain.  While showing images of scenery and people along “The Way,” Tonya presented a candid view of her motivation and learnings as she wandered, including themes surrounding family, life/work imbalance, personal relevance, and goals for the future.

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