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Concert Review: The Boston Symphony Orchestra (0)

February 16, 2019 • Entertainment and Arts Reviews

On February 10th, 2019, Lesley University student reporters Bella Denneno and Andrea Gunnarsdottir were welcomed to the Boston Symphony Orchestra at Symphony Hall by publicist Emily Cotten. We were provided with the opportunity to witness the full symphony orchestra experience.  Andris Nelsons, the Boston Symphony Orchestra’s Ray and Maria Stata Music Director, was the conductor; and… Read More ›

Sports »

Reporting from The Patriots’ 2019 Super Bowl Parade (0)

On Sunday, February 3rd, 2019 Super Bowl LIII took place in Atlanta between the New England Patriots and the Los Angeles Rams. It was an exciting night for New Englanders when the Patriots pulled out their sixth Super Bowl win at 13-3. This meant that there would be a fun filled parade the following Tuesday,… Read More ›

Editorials and Opinions »

It’s A Myth That Students Don’t Care About News (0)

Over the past few years, many people in the older generation have come to the unfounded misconception that young adults care less about the news than they do. These adults base their assumption on the fact that most millennials don’t read newspapers and watch the nightly news on TV. While this is true, their generalization… Read More ›

Campus News »

Lesley Men’s Baseball Team Prepares for New Season (0)

After an impressive 27 win season in 2018, the Lesley University Men’s baseball team is looking forward to another good year.  The 2019 season will bring in some new changes in the conference and add some new faces to the team. After 4 years of coaching with the Lynx, Head Coach Billy Cather resigned and… Read More ›

Movie and Concert Reviews »

Movie Review: The Favourite (0)

[Editor’s Note: As the Oscars approach, our reviewers are taking a look at some of the films that were nominated.] The Oscars season has arrived, and there is much talk about the nominations for Best Picture, and which contenders are deserving of this honor.  Among the list of equally qualified contenders, people are asking: is… Read More ›

Campus Events »

Lesley Urban Scholars Initiative Promotes Student Success (0)

[Editor’s Note:  The author, whose major is middle school education, is a member of USI.] Lesley University has many groups and programs on campus that help students; one group that is very important to me is the Urban Scholars Initiative (USI). The Urban Scholars Initiative is a scholarship program which provides tutoring, tuition assistance, and… Read More ›

Health and Wellness »

Staying Healthy During Finals Week: Some Tips (0)

With the semester almost over and finals beginning, we all need to make sure we take proper care of ourselves.  While physical health is important, so is our emotional health, especially during times of stress. That means making a little time for yourself, in-between homework and studying. But as everyone is aware, it can be… Read More ›

Entertainment and Arts Reviews »

Concert Review: The Boston Symphony Orchestra (0)

On February 10th, 2019, Lesley University student reporters Bella Denneno and Andrea Gunnarsdottir were welcomed to the Boston Symphony Orchestra at Symphony Hall by publicist Emily Cotten. We were provided with the opportunity to witness the full symphony orchestra experience.  Andris Nelsons, the Boston Symphony Orchestra’s Ray and Maria Stata Music Director, was the conductor; and… Read More ›

Activism »

Bon Appetit Workers Get New and Better Contract (1)

Two weeks ago, on November 5th, Lesley University’s dining workers voted to sign a new contract between their union and Bon Appetit Management Company, securing a minimum annual salary of $35,000 for each of the dining workers at Lesley. The new contract provides better policies on vacation and sick time, as well as increased access… 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 ›

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 ›

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 ›