“For her Wellesley classmates, Hillary Clinton’s quest to become the first female president is a generational mirror. Some like what they see; others are less certain,” begins a page-one story about Senator Clinton. “‘We were very proud of her: she was a feminist; she was outspoken,’ said Jane Moss, a classmate who now teaches French at Colby College. ‘Hillary was speaking for all of us, for a generation that felt we weren’t being heard.'” (Online content includes a four-minute audio clip of Professor Moss.)