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Archive for April, 2017

After the Attack, The Syrian People Need Our Help

On Tuesday, April 4th, 2017, planes from Syrian President Bashar al Assad’s military used chemically infused airstrikes on the the northwestern Idlib province in Syria. Sixty-nine citizens, including at least ten children, were killed, with an additional number of deceased citizens who still need to be identified. The Health Department in Idlib claimed at least… Read More ›

Lesley A Cappella Group Puts Ladies First

Every girl deserves to belong to a sisterhood. For thirteen girls, a sisterhood was created in Ladies First, Lesley University’s all female a cappella group. Founded in the spring of 2014 by Emma Chavenson and Taylor Casey, Ladies First has transformed from a small group of five girls to a dynamic and talented group of… Read More ›

Firefighter by Day, LCAL Student by Night

Editor’s Note:  From time to time, we like to focus on students doing interesting things, and that certainly describes Mark Dunnigan. He’s an LCAL student, majoring in Holistic Psychology. An Iraq War veteran, Mark came back to school to pursue his degree, and plans to focus on serving first responders and veterans who are suffering… Read More ›

Movie Review: Logan

Hugh Jackman has portrayed  the X-Men character Wolverine for over seventeen years, and in nine movies.   In his most recent film, Logan (2017), which is  based on the graphic novel “Old Man Logan,” he is facing his final days on Earth, after his mutant prolonged life of four hundred years.  It is the year 2029,… Read More ›

Unique Mark Cooper Exhibit at Roberts Gallery

When I saw Mark Cooper’s first site-specific installation, “Uncertainty,” in the Roberts Gallery at Lesley University’s College of Art and Design, it made me feel like I fell into a great big box of melted Crayola crayons. The gallery is filled from floor to ceiling with swirls, drips, and splatters of colors accompanied by various… Read More ›