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Archive for February, 2015

If the MBTA is struggling, so are commuters

[Editor’s note:  Last week, we published an article about living on campus during our recent snow storms. Here’s the perspective of a student who has to commute to Lesley.] The MBTA is the only mode of transportation for many commuters (including myself), and because of that, getting to school/work/anywhere for the past month has been… Read More ›

Making the Best of the Snowstorm: A Report from the Dorms

As I am sure you have noticed, the weather has been truly abysmal for the past few weeks since winter break ended. Though it really is not Lesley’s fault that there were so many snow days, that does not change the fact that some of us are getting a little stir-crazy, myself included. I live… Read More ›

Snow Doesn’t Stop Patriots Celebration: A Report from the Parade

At 10:30 on a Wednesday morning, I find myself braving the cold to walk to the T to celebrate the Patriots fourth Super Bowl win. Wearing my warmest Patriots hat, and enough layers to make me resemble a linebacker, I take the 15 minute train ride to Park Street, where the parade will pass. It… Read More ›

A Male Perspective on Gender Equality at Lesley University

The beginning of the new millennium signified a large state of transition for Lesley University. According to the Lesley University website, “In 2000 Lesley officially became a university, and its undergraduate program was renamed Lesley College. In 2003, Princeton Review named the university as one of the ‘Best Northeastern Colleges,’ and in 2004 Backpacker magazine… Read More ›

Meet Our New Assistant Editor

The Lesley Public Post is happy to announce the appointment of Samantha Shapiro to the position of Assistant Editor.  Samantha is from Simi Valley, California, and is a second semester junior.  Last semester, she served as a reporter, covering campus news; she also wrote opinion columns.  Asked why she wanted to get involved with the… Read More ›