How First-Year Students Cope With Feeling Homesick (0)

December 8, 2016 • Campus News

[Editor’s Note:  This article was written by Brittley Gaan.  She is majoring in Creative writing and minoring in Psychology.  She is from Seattle Washington.] Even though you may be very happy at Lesley, do you ever find yourself feeling homesick? If you do, you’re not alone.  I’ve found surveys which stated that 70-90% of college… Read More ›

Campus Events »

LCAL Event Focuses on Advice for Caregivers (0)

On November 17th, the Lesley Center for the Adult Learner hosted a conversation at University Hall on the subject of “Caring for Caregivers.” The discussion was led by Julianne Corey, Assistant Director of Academic Advising for LCAL, and Dr. Heather Macdonald, a clinical psychologist who is also an Assistant Professor of Psychology and Applied Therapies… Read More ›

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How First-Year Students Cope With Feeling Homesick (0)

[Editor’s Note:  This article was written by Brittley Gaan.  She is majoring in Creative writing and minoring in Psychology.  She is from Seattle Washington.] Even though you may be very happy at Lesley, do you ever find yourself feeling homesick? If you do, you’re not alone.  I’ve found surveys which stated that 70-90% of college… Read More ›

Current Issues »

Making Time for Exercise (0)

About two years ago, I had a completely different mindset about being healthy and working out.  I believed that since I was still young, I should not have to worry about that stuff just yet. I also associated the gym and working out with weight loss.  Since I’ve been skinny my entire life, losing weight… Read More ›

Editorials and Opinions »

Trying to Make Sense of the Election: Another Perspective (0)

Editor’s note:  Last week, we featured the perspective of a Trump supporter on the election results.  This week, our guest column is by Miranda Chang, who has been studying Political Communication at Lesley. What Happened, America?  It’s been a few days, and the idea of who represents our country is now slowly sinking in. As… Read More ›

Sports »

Women’s Soccer Player Loves the “Beautiful Game”… and With Good Reason (0)

[Editor’s note:  This week’s guest column is by Hope Seasholes, a freshman who is majoring in art therapy. She is a member of the Lesley women’s soccer team, which has qualified for the NECC tournament for the 10th consecutive year.] Soccer is often called the “beautiful game,” and that is not surprising. It is a… Read More ›

Entertainment and Arts Reviews »

Entertainment Review: Game Grumps (0)

On Wednesday October 7th Arin Hanson and Daniel Avidan, more commonly known as the Game Grumps, brought a live “Let’s Play” experience to the sold out Wilbur Theatre.  A “Let’s Play” is when one or more people record themselves playing through a video game and share their experiences on YouTube or other media sharing websites…. Read More ›

Campus Arts »

“Craftivism” Meets Art Therapy at Lesley University (1)

A “Craft and Chat: ‘Craftivism’” workshop exploring the issue of women’s sexuality was held on Thursday, Feb. 18, at Lesley University’s Women’s Center, led by Art Therapy faculty Michaela Kirby and Lauren Leone. Craftivism is using hand-made art to express opinions or to support a movement, a combination of craft and activism or crafts for… Read More ›

Activism »

How to Make Every Day Earth Day (0)

“Climate change” has developed into one of the most-trending words of 2016 on social media websites. It has also become a topic of conversation and controversy in the presidential campaign, with some candidates believing it is a problem (Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders) and others believing it is a hoax (Donald Trump).   But while the… Read More ›

Movie and Concert Reviews »

Music Review: Coeur de Pirate (0)

Coeur De Pirate (real name: Beatrice Martin) is a French-Canadian singer-songwriter and overall badass that I had the pleasure of seeing several weeks ago. While I had heard what I thought was a decent amount of her songs before, and considered myself a fan, I had no idea what I was in for during this… Read More ›