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Students Find Author Suzy Hansen’s Talk Informative (0)

October 12, 2018 • Campus News

I had been running from U-Hall to Doble Campus. Like every Monday and Wednesday I only had 20 minutes to make it from my English class to my Intro to Communication class. Out of breath and just wanting to sit down, I realized that there was an unfamiliar face in the room.  I only had… Read More ›

Entertainment and Arts Reviews »

Creative Writing Major Enjoys Presentation by V.E. Schwab (0)

There are very few authors who I would confidently dedicate my entire life to reading only their books forever and never waver in that declaration; Victoria Schwab is one of them. I was lucky enough to be able to see her speak on October 3rd as she promoted her most recent release, Vengeful, and spoke… Read More ›

Campus Events »

Meet Lesley’s Interim President, Richard Hansen (0)

[Editor’s Note: Lesley alum Chris Anderson graduated in 2017 and is currently getting a Master’s Degree. As an undergrad, he was a frequent contributor to the Lesley Public Post.] Though I have not been on campus at Lesley University for over a year, I know that there has been a lot of change.  Well, it… Read More ›

Movie and Concert Reviews »

Movie Review: Call Me By Your Name (0)

Romance movies come out every year, and they are often popular for relatable and lovable clichés and happy endings. They are what you wish love truly felt like– a wonderful funny mess of emotions, and a warm happy marriage. But not all love is like that. Some movies are unrealistic in their portrayal of an… Read More ›

Travel and Places to Visit »

Lesley Student Reflects on His Unique Internship in Croatia (0)

[Editor’s note: If you are new to Lesley, internships are a key part of the experience. One of our reporters, Tony Kecman, is a History major, and he recently came back from an internship at the Croatian Museum of Archaeological Monuments. He offers a few final thoughts about living and working in Croatia, to conclude… Read More ›

Campus News »

Students Find Author Suzy Hansen’s Talk Informative (0)

I had been running from U-Hall to Doble Campus. Like every Monday and Wednesday I only had 20 minutes to make it from my English class to my Intro to Communication class. Out of breath and just wanting to sit down, I realized that there was an unfamiliar face in the room.  I only had… Read More ›

Editorials and Opinions »

Lesley Sophomore Offers Advice to First Year Students (0)

Approximately a year ago, I was frantically packing. Checking off a list with a red pen, I was attempting to ignore the nerves knotting in my stomach. Everything I had heard about college was from my older sister, who was happy to share; but her advice didn’t help quell any of my anxiety. College is… Read More ›

Current Issues »

Challenges in Maintaining Lesley’s Urban Garden (1)

The thud of a spade, the crisp, damp scent of freshly sewn earth wafting through the air, relentless honking from a tide of passing car, could urban gardening be the wave of the future? With ever expanding cities and with it a fascination in organic, non-gmo vegetables, city slickers seem to be on two ends… Read More ›

Sports »

Men’s Basketball Players Disappointed That “Coach G” Is Leaving (0)

If you are a student-athlete, one of the most important people in your life, in addition to your professors, is your coach.  That is especially true for the members of the men’s basketball team here at Lesley.  I had the good fortune to work for an outstanding coach, Chris Giordano.  And I am disappointed to… Read More ›

Activism »

Reflections on the D.C. March for our Lives (0)

A few months ago when I was planning a trip down to Washington, D.C. to visit a friend I thought it would just be a normal weekend. We’d see some monuments, go to a museum or two, maybe even make it down in time to see the cherry blossoms in full bloom. Never in my… Read More ›

Health and Wellness »

Feeling Stressed? Drinking Tea Could Help You to Feel Better (2)

As finals begin rolling around, it’s important to keep an eye on your physical and mental health. The last few weeks of the semester are regarded as the craziest; the late-night study sessions interspersed with irregular sleeping patterns; the coffee-buzzed cramming at the Student Center; and the snacks that are consumed in an effort to… Read More ›

Campus Arts »

Best-Selling Romance Authors Discuss Their Craft at Boston Public Library (0)

I’m a creative writing major and a literature minor, so books are my life! I love to read, and I love hearing authors talk about their work; so, I was excited to learn about an interesting series of talks at the Boston Public Library.  The one I attended took place on February 3; it was… Read More ›