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Keeping Up With Lesley’s Alums

[Editor’s Note: from time to time, our alums get in touch and let us know where they are in their careers and life now. Each year Chelsea Contre, a 2013 graduate who double majored in Communications and Business Management, has promised Donna Halper an update on her life post college. Chelsea has been living in the… Read More ›

Lesley Men’s Baseball Team Prepares for New Season

After an impressive 27 win season in 2018, the Lesley University Men’s baseball team is looking forward to another good year.  The 2019 season will bring in some new changes in the conference and add some new faces to the team. After 4 years of coaching with the Lynx, Head Coach Billy Cather resigned and… Read More ›

Advice for Getting Through the New Semester

Whether you are a transfer student, or you were here in September, a new semester brings another chance to start over. As first year students, we now have a few months of college experience under our belts. We are still finding our places in a new environment, meeting people from wildly different backgrounds, and becoming… Read More ›

Violence Against Women Conference Features Presentation on Congo

On Friday November 9th, Lesley University hosted the Violence Against Women Conference. This event encompassed various aspects of violence that women endure world-wide.  While the conference aimed to raise awareness about violence against women as a whole, each part came with a particular interpretation of what this violence is, as well as practical ways to… Read More ›

Students Find Author Suzy Hansen’s Talk Informative

I had been running from U-Hall to Doble Campus. Like every Monday and Wednesday I only had 20 minutes to make it from my English class to my Intro to Communication class. Out of breath and just wanting to sit down, I realized that there was an unfamiliar face in the room.  I only had… Read More ›

Not Enough Students Know About the Lesley Public Post

As students, we all receive emails from Student Activities, Lesley News and Events, and several other sources informing us about the various campus happenings in the upcoming week. However, there seems to be a strong disconnect between Lesley students and our school newspaper, the Lesley Public Post. I have spoken to students in my other… Read More ›

My Study Abroad Adventure in Paris

[Editor’s Note: This article was written by Olimpia Carias, who just finished her junior year, majoring in English Literature with a minor in Spanish.] It didn’t hit me yet as I was making sure everything I needed was in my carry on. “Pack lightly!” they had said and so I debated if I had too… Read More ›

Promoting Environmental Sustainability: What We’re Doing Well, and What Needs to Improve

I recently took a course entitled Environmental Sustainability, and it had a strong impact on me.  Before taking it, I used to think about environmental sustainability on an individual level only.  I knew it was important not to waste any resources, whether natural or man-made; but I never looked at the bigger picture, the collective… Read More ›

Comparing College Education in the US and Germany: A Student Perspective

July 28th, 2017: Less than a week until the day of my departure to Boston. The flight is booked, the bags are packed, the goodbyes are said. And yet, here I am, sitting in a cultural preparatory course, that’s supposed to brace us for our study abroad experience in America. It is a hot, sunny… Read More ›

Lesley Student, Miss New Bedford, Explains What Her Crown Means to Her

No, this article isn’t to yell at you for your ignorance, not even at society. We live in a world where titleholders are poo-poo’d and told they’re anti-feminists because of certain elements of the competition. I can’t lie; I felt similarly about competing before I took part in my very first quest for the crown… Read More ›