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Come to Upstage’s last production of the season, Women who Will, People who Do, directed by Vannessa Greenleaf (‘14)!Women Who Will, People Who Do is an interactive, documentary style play created by Vannessa Greenleaf (Wellesley College Class of 2014). It incorporates college essays, interviews done with students, and statements from alums, all centering around the question ‘What did you do differently today because you went to Wellesley?’. As part of the production, videos, photos, and statements from students are being collected to form the physical and emotional backdrop of the show. If you’d like your Wellesley experience to be a part of the show, share it on Twitter, Facebook, or Instagram with the tag #thisisWellesley, or email it to Vannessa Greenleaf via her Wellesley email address.Come see one of our SIX performances on the Alumnae Hall Barstow Stage!Free for Wellesley Students, $5 General AdmissionEmail upstagereservations@gmail.com to reserve your seat!Cast:Anne E CorbettLily HarperChiara SeohCaroline KenneallyEstefania LamasAllyson LarcomRose LaytonFani Ntavelou-BaumJessica L Osman Kathryn SweatmanSessen M TeklayGray VaughnRowan S WinterwoodEvelyn XingSHOWTIMESWednesday 4/23 @ 7 pmThursday 4/24 @ 7 pmFriday 4/25 @ 8 pmSaturday 4/26 @ 8 pmSunday 4/27 @ 2 & 6 pm

Come to Upstage’s last production of the season, Women who Will, People who Do, directed by Vannessa Greenleaf (‘14)!

Women Who Will, People Who Do is an interactive, documentary style play created by Vannessa Greenleaf (Wellesley College Class of 2014). It incorporates college essays, interviews done with students, and statements from alums, all centering around the question ‘What did you do differently today because you went to Wellesley?’. As part of the production, videos, photos, and statements from students are being collected to form the physical and emotional backdrop of the show. If you’d like your Wellesley experience to be a part of the show, share it on Twitter, Facebook, or Instagram with the tag #thisisWellesley, or email it to Vannessa Greenleaf via her Wellesley email address.

Come see one of our SIX performances on the Alumnae Hall Barstow Stage!

Free for Wellesley Students, $5 General Admission

Email upstagereservations@gmail.com to reserve your seat!

Cast:
Anne E Corbett
Lily Harper
Chiara Seoh
Caroline Kenneally
Estefania Lamas
Allyson Larcom
Rose Layton
Fani Ntavelou-Baum
Jessica L Osman 
Kathryn Sweatman
Sessen M Teklay
Gray Vaughn
Rowan S Winterwood
Evelyn Xing

SHOWTIMES
Wednesday 4/23 @ 7 pm
Thursday 4/24 @ 7 pm
Friday 4/25 @ 8 pm
Saturday 4/26 @ 8 pm
Sunday 4/27 @ 2 & 6 pm

We’re excited to bring back musician Jamie Kent to help us celebrate Earth Day at Punch’s Alley this year. Come join us @8 for an open mic night and eco fashion show and @9 to see Jamie on Tuesday, April 22nd.https://www.facebook.com/events/1404931619780209/?fref=ts

We’re excited to bring back musician Jamie Kent to help us celebrate Earth Day at Punch’s Alley this year. Come join us @8 for an open mic night and eco fashion show and @9 to see Jamie on Tuesday, April 22nd.https://www.facebook.com/events/1404931619780209/?fref=ts

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Invitation: Knafel Reunion Conference

Each year, the Susan Rappaport Knafel ‘52 Study Scholarship and Traveling Fellowship enable two graduating seniors to travel abroad for a year to pursue graduate study or a personal project of their design. 
Next Friday, 16 alumnae of Wellesley and the Knafel awards will return to Wellesley for a reunion and to see four recent recipients give presentations about their experience. We invite you to join us!
What: Knafel Reunion Conference
When: Friday, April 25 1:00-3:00
Where: Wellesley College Club
Presentations include:
Robin Miller ‘07 (Study Scholarship) - MSc in Human Rights, London School of Economics
Hana Freymiller ‘07 (Traveling Fellowship) - How Coffee Can Save the World
Sahar Bandial ‘08 (Study Scholarship) - B.A. in Law, University of Cambridge
Alejandra Ellison-Barnes ‘08 (Traveling Fellowship) - Smoke Signals: International Tobacco Marketing and Control
Lunch will be served - please RSVP to Mary Beth Callery (mcallery@wellesley.edu) or in MyCWS.
Slow Food is having their annual chocolate bark sale. The bags will be delivered the night before Ruhlman. Prices are $3 for one bag or $5 for two bags. You can also write a note for a friend, yourself or ask a slowfoodie to write a joke for you. 
Order HERE:) 
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Slow Food is having their annual chocolate bark sale. The bags will be delivered the night before Ruhlman. Prices are $3 for one bag or $5 for two bags. You can also write a note for a friend, yourself or ask a slowfoodie to write a joke for you. 
Order HERE:) 
Wellesley Widows are having their final concert tomorrow at 8:00 in Jewett, and we would LOVE for you all to come!  We’ve been working hard all semester, and have some GREAT songs lined up for tomorrow. 

In addition to hearing us sing, you can also partake in our raffle and buy our new fan t-shirts and CD, Pitch Black!  AND there will be be a great reception afterwards, with Wasik’s cheeses!  
Wellesley Widows are having their final concert tomorrow at 8:00 in Jewett, and we would LOVE for you all to come!  We’ve been working hard all semester, and have some GREAT songs lined up for tomorrow
In addition to hearing us sing, you can also partake in our raffle and buy our new fan t-shirts and CD, Pitch Black!  AND there will be be a great reception afterwards, with Wasik’s cheeses!  

Have thoughts on performance opportunities at Wellesley? Share them with us and support our project to strengthen and expand the performing arts on campus!

Have thoughts on performance opportunities at Wellesley? Share them with us and support our project to strengthen and expand the performing arts on campus!

Please help support the Wellesley College chapter for Habitat for Humanity by buying one of these (super sweet) T-shirts. Order for yourself, your friends, your family, or anyone else. Each shirt will be $15. The ladder design will be on the front of the shirt and the background will be white. 

All pre-orders must be put in by midnight April 21st! Respond with your name, cell #, email, and most importantly T-Shirt size or fill out this form (whatever you prefer):
 https://docs.google.com/a/wellesley.edu/forms/d/1ND4HREqwcguoWRvVF6r2rvSnasZyuUyww3vvI-V6nUo/viewform?usp=send_form


Feel free to email pwang@wellesley.edu or cmccandl@wellesley.edu for any questions regarding the shirts or the org in general.
Please help support the Wellesley College chapter for Habitat for Humanity by buying one of these (super sweet) T-shirts. Order for yourself, your friends, your family, or anyone else. Each shirt will be $15. The ladder design will be on the front of the shirt and the background will be white. 
All pre-orders must be put in by midnight April 21st! Respond with your name, cell #, email, and most importantly T-Shirt size or fill out this form (whatever you prefer):
Feel free to email pwang@wellesley.edu or cmccandl@wellesley.edu for any questions regarding the shirts or the org in general.





holi, henna, loteria, fortune telling, caligraphy, novelty race, acapella, drums, dance…We have it all at…
SLATER SPRING FESTIVALTOMORROW, 4/1912:30pmTishman

holi, henna, loteria, fortune telling, caligraphy, novelty race, acapella, drums, dance…
We have it all at…

SLATER SPRING FESTIVAL
TOMORROW, 4/19
12:30pm
Tishman

Want To Make Some $$$?

Work for the Sustainability Office for the Sustainable Move-Out from May 1st to June 2nd! Wellesley housing will be provided. 

Details and application can be found here: 
HER SCREENING - Friday & Saturday

HER SCREENING - Friday & Saturday

"What’s the difference between a worker’s coop and a housing coop?""Sounds like modern day communism.""Do I have to be a vegetarian?""If I join a coop, how can I subvert capitalist and patriarchal power?"These are all things you can ask us at the Co-op Panel. Join us for an intimate evening where we bring together members of housing cooperatives from Wellesley and Boston to tell stories and discuss why we live cooperatively. Anderson Forum 7pmWednesday April 23rdBring a mug for fancy tea. Ask us more questions here, on Facebook, or on Twitter @WellesleySCoop
~~~~~~Featuring~~~~~~Moderator: Professor Julie Matthaei, Economics Department Member of Cornerstone CohousingPanelists: Kayla Northrop ‘14 - Instead Feminist CoopKennedy Stomps ‘15 - The Scoop: Wellesley’s Sustainability Co-opRebecca Leung ‘13 - Big Top Coop and SCoop alumGabe Baldwin - Sunrise Cooperative in Jamaica Plain
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"What’s the difference between a worker’s coop and a housing coop?"
"Sounds like modern day communism."
"Do I have to be a vegetarian?"
"If I join a coop, how can I subvert capitalist and patriarchal power?"

These are all things you can ask us at the Co-op Panel. Join us for an intimate evening where we bring together members of housing cooperatives from Wellesley and Boston to tell stories and discuss why we live cooperatively. 

Anderson Forum 7pm
Wednesday April 23rd

Bring a mug for fancy tea. 

Ask us more questions here, on Facebook, or on Twitter @WellesleySCoop


~~~~~~Featuring~~~~~~
Moderator: Professor Julie Matthaei, Economics Department 
Member of Cornerstone Cohousing

Panelists: 
Kayla Northrop ‘14 - Instead Feminist Coop
Kennedy Stomps ‘15 - The Scoop: Wellesley’s Sustainability Co-op
Rebecca Leung ‘13 - Big Top Coop and SCoop alum
Gabe Baldwin - Sunrise Cooperative in Jamaica Plain