More than 200 alumnae, family, and friends returned to campus to celebrate Ethos 50th Anniversary in April. They were joined by students, College faculty and staff for a jam-packed weekend of inspiration and empowerment.
During Ethos’ 50th anniversary celebrations last spring, alumnae representing the five decades of Ethos’ history came together to reflect upon their experiences as women of color at Wellesley. Part of the College’s StoryCorps series, the podcast captures conversations between fellow classmates and good friends.
I am excited to announce that the first concert of the newly minted Harambee Singers will be held on April 23, 2019 at 7:00 p.m. in Harambee House Living Room. The Harambee Singers is a new choir that began in February, 2019 as a result of the generosity of alumnae in honor of the 50th Anniversary of Ethos. Thank you for your support.
Ethos, the largest and oldest organization at Wellesley for students of African descent, was officially established in 1968. The Ethos gospel choir came soon after, as students sought an opportunity to come together and search for social and artistic outlets.