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Archive for February, 2016

Lesley Sports Teams Deserve More Support Says Student-Athlete

I have come to the realization that I will never play professional baseball. To be quite honest, I am okay with that because as my time here at Lesley has progressed, I have discovered new passions that hold true to my heart. However, growing up I only had one passion; that was baseball. For the… Read More ›

Whose Fault Is It Anyway: Why Young People Don’t Vote

One of the hottest topics recently is the future presidential election. I dare say that this has been one of the most stimulating and intriguing elections since 2008, when we had a woman (Hillary Clinton) and a black man (Barack Obama) competing for the presidency. However, as flashy and hectic as this current election may… Read More ›

Lesley Student Has Unique Modeling Job

When I tell people outside of the art world that I model, they often seem confused. Not clothes, I clarify. Usually at this point, they sigh in relief and confess that they couldn’t see me as a model of clothes, and that this is meant as a compliment because those women are spooky. I usually… Read More ›

What the Alums are Doing: Catching Up with Kristen Doherty

In the spring of 2014, I graduated from Lesley University with a Bachelors of Science in Communication and minors in Graphic Design and Environmental Studies. It goes without saying that I could not decide upon my intended “path” once I matured from undergraduate student life into the frightening, unknown, independent post-college life. However, the sum… Read More ›