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Archive for September, 2019

Student Activities Fair Gets Enthusiastic Response

Large groups of students gathered at the Doble Campus for the Lesley Activities Fair this past Wednesday afternoon from 11 a.m. to 3p.m. They enjoyed music, sweet treats and the opportunity to make new friends, while learning more about the many student clubs at Lesley.  More than  a dozen tables stretched from the outdoor space… Read More ›

New Campaign Office for Elizabeth Warren Opens in Cambridge

Editor’s note: In our ongoing efforts to keep potential voters informed, the Lesley Public Post will be covering presidential candidates who are campaigning in the area, as well as those who come to campus to answer questions from students and faculty.  Student reporter Charlie Bevilacqua attended the opening of Elizabeth Warren’s new offices at 180… Read More ›

Lesley Public Post Reporter Finishes His Master’s Degree

After my four years of undergraduate study at Lesley, I went out into the world. I found myself meeting new people, taking on new challenges, and reinventing myself in this new stage of life. It hasn’t always been easy, but it’s been one hell of a ride. I felt that Lesley prepared me well for… Read More ›

USG is Seeking New Members

Here at Lesley, when it comes to getting involved, we are fortunate to have a relatively small student body. This makes it possible for individual students’ voices to be heard, and to resonate with staff, faculty, and peers. The ease with which one can jump start change here at Lesley struck me right away as… Read More ›

Are You a New Student? Here’s How to Save Some Money (Without Sacrificing Fun!)

Welcome to campus! As a college student in the bustling Cambridge area, the allure of museum trips, late-night ice cream runs, impromptu Red Sox games, and shopping sprees is sometimes hard to ignore. The good news? You don’t have to choose between spending money and having a good time! With some careful advance planning and… Read More ›