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Tree on Doble quad with yellow leaves
Jul 20, 2018
Kimberly Dobbie ‘90 remembered for her smile and kindness
Tony Kecman in front of a museum in Croatia with stone buildings and green trees.
Jul 18, 2018
History major Tony Kecman '19 scores summer internship in Croatia
An overhead shot of Brattle campus and the City of Cambridge with buildings and fall foliage.
Jul 18, 2018
Acquisition of former Episcopal Divinity School buildings expands our presence in Cambridge and paves the way for new programs and initiatives
Promotional brochure for the MFA programs
Jul 12, 2018
Unique and creative video, promotional materials and web design shine in international competition
Students in classroom off-campus, with focus on one boy student sitting with hands folded on the table with a laptop in front of him.
Jul 10, 2018
Four-year business management programs recognized for high quality, rigor, teaching excellence
Artwork titled Germinate, made from red and green crocheted plastic. Appears to be standing on multiple legs with other tenticals come out of the top.
Jul 10, 2018
Professor Michelle Lougee’s sculptures make powerful statement against plastic
Jul 12, 2018Boston Globe
In partnering with Lesley, the Photographic Resource Center is further increasing the arts in Porter Square. "Long may the affiliation prosper," writes the Globe.
Headshot of Michelle Cusolito wearing a purple shirt.
Jul 8, 2018Standard Times
Alumna Michelle Cusolito (’99) takes kids on an ocean exploration with her award-winning book on the deep-sea submersible that explored the Titanic.
Headshot of Molly Baldwin, propping chin on hand.
Jul 7, 2018Washington Post
Baltimore commissions Roca, a nonprofit founded by Molly Baldwin ’12, to keep its young men out of jail and train them for the workforce.
Creative Arts in Learning faculty and Boston Poet Laureate Danielle Legros Georges
Jun 28, 2018Dorchester Reporter
Professor and poet Danielle Legros Georges spearheads exhibit featuring the residents of Mattapan in word and picture.
Crocheted plastic figure that looks like lips with a green tongue sticking out.
Jun 27, 2018Boston Globe
Of faculty Michelle Lougee's current exhibit, which features crocheted plastic bags, reviewer Cate McQuaid says, "The medium is her message: Plastic is poisoning the planet."
Danielle Legros Georges on a stage, eyes closed, hands up, performing.
Jun 27, 2018Boston Magazine
As Boston Poet Laureate, Professor Danielle Legros Georges says she wanted to reach every segment of the city with poetry.