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President Walsh's bio, speeches,
Friday, June 3, 2005
Speaker: Rachel Isaacs
"...Please, make trouble. Make a stink, stir
up a commotion, rouse rabble...."
Speaker Patricia J. Williams
forth and live happily and well, as might true ladies, or real
of the eternally full plate."
Walsh's Charge to the Senior Class
"...The lessons you’ve learned are the essence of a
liberal education, an education that makes ethical demands that
I hope you will never, ever forget...."
Pinanski Prize Winners
Harold E. Andrews, Geosciences
Elizabeth R. DeSombre, Political
Science and Environmental Studies
Lawrence A. Rosenwald, English
College Celebrates Its
Rachel Isaacs Will Talk about ‘Virtues of Making
Trouble’ at Wellesley College’s
Rachel Isaacs, a member of the Wellesley College class
of 2005, has earned an honor shared by Wellesley alumna
Hillary Rodham Clinton. She’s been chosen
as the student commencement speaker, a role Clinton inaugurated when she graduated
from Wellesley in 1969.
J. Williams to address Class of 2005
J. Williams, author, alumna, and self-proclaimed "mad law
speak at Commencement.
Local News Release Information
for 2005 Graduates
Sample press release for personal use in local papers.
of Key Events
and Department Receptions
of area lodging, including special Commencement accommodations.
Information about ASL interpreters,
wheelchair rental, and campus accessibility from the Director
of Disability Services, Jim Wice.
Photography and Videography
Historical look at Commencement Activities.
photos, and information about past commencement exercises.