From NBC/National Journal's Athena Jones
WELLESLEY, MA -- Clinton was here at Wellesley College, her alma mater, to launch 120 groups of "Hillblazers" on college campuses, who she said would work to organize students and young voters.
She reminisced about her life at Wellesley and afterwards and delivered a women-centered version of her usual stump speech to an exhilarated crowd of students from Wellesley, other nearby colleges, and members of the community. "I realize this is an ambitious agenda. Would you expect anything less from a Wellesley woman?" Clinton said to rousing applause.
Clinton said America was ready to shatter that highest glass ceiling and told the audience "together we can make history."
The only reference Clinton made of Tuesday's debate -- or of her campaign against her Democratic male rivals -- was this line: "In so many ways, this all women's college prepared me to compete in the all boy's club of presidential politics."
The context of the remark came when she was talking about Wellesley, reminiscing about her days as a student there, and how it taught her leadership and camaraderie.