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Archive for November, 2019

The Problem With Music Elitism

Music, for all its ability to unite audiences, has the equally compelling power to inspire competition and hatred among a select few people. Certain listeners, or music elitists, feel as though it is their duty to create guidelines surrounding music listenership. Specifically, these people attempt to dictate which types of music are somehow inferior because… Read More ›

3-Peat For Lesley Women’s Soccer Team

This was another exciting season for the Lesley Lynx, with many great plays and memorable moments.  It all began back on August 17th, when the players  arrived on campus to start their pre-season training with double sessions. Led once again by veteran coach Paul Vasconcelos, these sessions provided opportunities for the new players to bond… Read More ›

Student-Alumni Meet-Up Provides Valuable Information

Students, faculty and alumni gathered in Alumni Hall on Tuesday, November 5th for the annual Student-Alumni Meet-Up. The event was organized by the Undergraduate Student Government, the Career Resource Center and the Alumni Relations. It gave undergraduate and graduate students the opportunity to talk with alumni who were in the same programs as they were,… Read More ›

Lesley Students Observe Commuter Appreciation Week

On Monday, November 4, Linda Elliott, the Director of Commuter Services at Lesley, kicked off Commuter Appreciation Week, starting with a raffle, a commuter tip jar, and free coffee and hot cider in the MacKenzie Hall student center, as a part of a week-long series of events.  “Sometimes life on any college campus is a… Read More ›

Movie Review: The Current War

The competition for transcendence in the great race to power the whole world with electricity recurs as a smackdown between Thomas Edison (played by Benedict Cumberbatch), and George Westinghouse (played by Michael Shannon). Alfonso Gomez-Rejon’s “The Current War” tackles this fascinating, pivotal turn in technological and commercial history.  But while the themes of this movie… Read More ›

How To Become a Recognized Student Organization: What You Need to Know

As a student body, we’re a diverse population in every sense of the word. Each of us has unique interests and talents to bring to the table. We all bear scars of various sizes, originate from different histories and traditions. Beyond our classes, student organizations provide an outlet for these differences to be embraced, discussed,… Read More ›