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Growing up in Wellesley, Massachusetts, Shu was surrounded by affluence, but his was a single-parent family with a small business.
If Wellesley girls do one thing, it's their homework, as the senators who were her colleagues know very well.
She was the girl to impress at Wellesley—and we were all in awe of her.
I first met Nora when we were both students at Wellesley College, where she memorably gave the commencement address in 1996.
She attended Wellesley College, and became a summer intern in the Kennedy White House.Nora Ephron, Dead at 71, Remembered for Wit and Wisdom|Nancy Hass|June 27, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Secretary Clinton was born in Chicago, Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College and Yale Law School.
What influence had been used with the Marquis Wellesley subsequently became the subject of much discussion.
This led to a discussion on the sentiments of the cabinet, and the change of opinion manifested by the Marquis Wellesley.
Sylvia passed her examinations, and was to be admitted to Wellesley without conditions,—all the Lane knew and rejoiced!
You know Dr. Wandless's daughter is a Wellesley woman, and keeps in touch with the college.
I return you Wellesley's letter, with which I am much pleased.Memoirs of the Court of George IV. 1820-1830 (Vol 1)|Duke of Buckingham and Chandos