Welcome to the new and improved The Wellesley Review!
All summer, our E-Board has worked hard to provide you with a more user-friendly, enjoyable experience. The pages have been redesigned, the blog posts reconceived, and the site restructured.
The Review’s website has been redesigned for simplicity, ease, and aesthetic pleasure.
From Fall 2018 onwards, all prose and poetry submissions must include appropriate Content Warnings, including but not limited to: death, violence, gunshots, self-harm, racism, abuse, animal cruelty, sexual assault, blood, misogyny, body shaming, transphobia, and homophobia.
We have stickers, everyone!! Click HERE to check them out.
We have very limited quantities of each sticker, so order HERE if you are a current student/faculty member on-campus or HERE if you are off-campus and want the stickers sent to you!
Increased Campus Interaction:
In order to facilitate and be a part of more on-campus conversations, we have created two new E-Board positions titled Community Chairs! They will organise lectures, events, and the biannual The Wellesley Review Release Party.
(Pssst! If that sounds like fun to you, keep an eye out for application information!)
Increased Social Media Presence:
In order to increase our engagement with social media and our supporters, we have decided to have two Publicity Chairs rather than one. The Publicity Chairs will post regular updates to our Facebook page and Instagram. Additionally, beginning in Fall 2018, our E-Board members will post one blog update to this website every Sunday.
We want to encourage all Wellesley students to feel comfortable trying new things, and so we are introducing two new positions – Junior Layout Editor and Junior Treasurer!
Students in these positions will have the opportunity to learn amazing new skills from trained, experienced Layout Editors and Treasurers so they can feel confident applying for Senior positions layer!
Starting in Spring 2019, we will be posting all NaPoWriMo blog posts to this main website under the tag ‘NaPoWriMo’ instead of to our peripheral NaPoWriMo site, which will stay up as an archive.
Please contact us at email@example.com with all your questions, comments, and suggestions.
As always, thank you all so much for your love and support!
Cheryn Shin (’21) and Sanjana Thakur (’20)
Editors-in-Chief of The Wellesley Review