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Students Wish Washburn Hall Served Dinner on Weekends (0)

February 15, 2018 • Campus News

Forking over the cash for a meal plan, no pun intended, is no small task. Students pay a significant amount of money each semester for food services. It is reasonable for us to expect that food is readily available for a large portion of the day. That is why I find it a problem that… 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 ›

Movie and Concert Reviews »

Movie Review: “Get Out” (0)

What is the secret ingredient in a horror movie that frightens rational, educated grown-ups and causes them to have nightmares? Whatever “it” is, countless so-called horror movies have failed spectacularly over the years, especially during the last two decades.  But fortunately for horror fans, Jordan Peele, the director of the Academy Award-nominated movie “Get Out,”… Read More ›

Entertainment and Arts Reviews »

Our Picks and Predictions for Oscar Night (0)

When I was younger, I never really thought much of the Oscars. My mom always kept it on to watch the girls walk the red carpet in their pretty dresses and then quickly changed the channel once the awards portion of the night actually got started. My dad would wait and see if this year’s… Read More ›

Campus Events »

Award-Winning Reporter Robin Wright Gives Informative Talk (0)

Amidst the applause of two thousand people, acclaimed journalist, foreign correspondent, and Middle East expert Robin Wright strode onto the stage Boston’s Symphony Hall.  Contrary to her small stature and her own assertion that she was a timid child, Wright has all the confidence of a bull moose, a trait certainly brought on by the… Read More ›

Editorials and Opinions »

Facing an Uncertain Future, A Lesley Student Hopes DACA Will Be Preserved (0)

[Editor’s Note:  This essay, by Lesley senior Annabelle Feliz, first appeared in CommonWealth Magazine.  It is used with permission.] A Dreamer about to graduate – now what? “I’m not a package that can be sent back.” THIS IS THE MOMENT I’ve been waiting for. I’m finally in my senior year at Lesley University, majoring in… Read More ›

Current Issues »

From Pakistan to Lesley: An LCAL Student’s Unique Educational Journey (0)

I became an LCAL student at Lesley University just a semester ago, although I have lived in the US for over a decade.  Most of my education was done in Pakistan.  While I was student there, the educational method was based on the British system; as a result, it was much different from the educational… Read More ›

Sports »

Successful Season for Women’s Soccer (0)

Editor’s Note: This report was co-written by two players on the team, Hope Seasholes and Jordan Mitchell. “This is my second year playing on the Women’s Soccer team,” says Hope Seasholes, an Art Therapy major.  “In only two seasons I have seen how we’ve all grown; our energy, confidence, and attitudes changed this year. I… Read More ›

Campus News »

Students Wish Washburn Hall Served Dinner on Weekends (0)

Forking over the cash for a meal plan, no pun intended, is no small task. Students pay a significant amount of money each semester for food services. It is reasonable for us to expect that food is readily available for a large portion of the day. That is why I find it a problem that… Read More ›

Fashion »

Thrifting– An Ethical Way to Shop (0)

As a follow-up to my previous article about the horrors of the fast-fashion industry, I have compiled a list of the best secondhand stores near Lesley.  When I first got to college, I definitely thought that thrifting was only conducive to a specific kind of quirky style.  I didn’t understand that you can have whatever… Read More ›