Juliette Bellacosa is a Wellesley College junior with a double major in Art History and French. On campus, she is an editorial assistant for the Journal of Italian Cinema and Media Studies, as well as a writing tutor. She is a native of New York City.
Kelly Chou is a senior, double majoring in Art History and Economics. A native of San Diego, California, Kelly is passionate about visiting art museums alone, earl grey tea, and her Spotify playlists. Upon graduation, she will be embarking on a career in finance in New York City and hopes to someday attend graduate school.
Sarah Chou, class of 2020, is originally from San Diego, California. She intends to major in History, focusing on early modern Europe. She has been dancing since she was five years old, and continues to dance and choreograph as a part of Wellesley College Dancers and Harvard Ballet Company.
Jessie Y. Feng '19 hails from both Chapel Hill, NC and Princeton, NJ, and is pursuing a double major in Mathematics and Art History. Outside of classes, she sings with Wellesley's oldest continuous a cappella group, the Wellesley Widows, and swims for Wellesley's Varsity Swimming and Diving team.
Tatyana Johnson, Class of 2018, is a Biological Sciences major and Art History minor at Wellesley College. Her academic interests lie primarily within the field of medicine and hopes to pursue a medical degree after her time at Wellesley. In her free time, she enjoys playing the piano and spending time with family and friends.
Sarah Kain is a first year student at Wellesley College from Vernon Hills, IL (outside of Chicago). She is currently undeclared, but has interests in English and History. Outside of class, Sarah works at the Child Study Center, the Office of Sustainability, and is a DJ with WZLY (91.5 fm).
Sheree Y. Liu '17 is a Computer Science and Art History major. She hails from Central New Jersey and is fond of bagels and pizza. Outside of school Sheree is an avid ultimate frisbee player and enjoys scenic runs around Lake Waban.
Melina Mardueño is currently a student at Wellesley College. She is a Studio Art/Art History double-major and will graduate in the spring of 2018.
Jordan Mason Mayfield is an art history major at Wellesley College from Charlotte, North Carolina. Within art history, Jordan concentrates on the arts of the African Diaspora. She dreams of entering graduate school in the future to study art history and African American studies. When she’s not researching, Jordan loves to practice studio art and create illustrations.
Jessica Metelus, class of 2017, is a History Major and Sociology Minor. She was born and raised in Boston. Her major concentration is Early Modern French and British history. When she has free time she likes to go to the library and stuff as many books as she can into her backpack, knit, watch period films, sleep, bother her friends and listen to k-pop.
Stephanie Villafane is a French major at Wellesley College in Massachusetts, but is originally from the sunny state of Florida. Although much of her coursework has been in French and the sciences, Stephanie is also interested in art history, particularly of the 17thand 18th centuries, and looks forward to continuing to study the art of the Enlightenment in graduate school.
Emily Zhao is a senior studying Art History and Economics. Her studies concentrate on post-war and contemporary art, with a particular focus on the art market. Outside of class she enjoys photography and seeing live shows in Boston.