Archive for March, 2015

Lesley Hosts Panel on Domestic Violence

On Tuesday March 10th, Lesley University hosted a panel discussion on domestic violence, in the amphitheater of University Hall on the Porter Campus.  Congresswoman Katherine Clark, who represents Massachusetts’ 5th Congressional District,  was scheduled to be the moderator, but she was unable to attend; so her legislative aide was there to moderate the event.  The… Read More ›

Discussing Masculinity on Campus: An Inherently Feminist Conversation

[Author’s Note:  The following Lesley students and alums contributed to this article: Ben Arcangeli, Patrick Branley, Jenny Levine, Ian Ljutich, Ivy Maiorino, Cacky Mellor, Samantha Shapiro, Emily Welden] This piece is in response to two articles written in the past few weeks – “A Male Perspective on Gender Inequality at Lesley University” and “A Response… Read More ›

A Response from “Public Enemy Number One”

These past few weeks at Lesley University have been an interesting experience. The reason why I wrote the article “A Male Perspective on Gender Equality at Lesley University” is because I feel that here at this institution, it’s very difficult for me to develop my identity as a male. As I wrote in the article… Read More ›

Political Scientist Robert D. Putnam Discusses Income Inequality

Robert D. Putnam, author of, ‘Bowling Alone: The Collapse and Revival of American Community’ and Malkin Professor of Public Policy at Harvard University, spoke on Monday night the 3rd of March at Lesley University, at the first annual Paul A. Fideler Lecture.  (The annual Paul A. Fideler Lecture makes it possible for Lesley University to honor… Read More ›