News

Stephen Haven headshot
Aug 19, 2019
Manuscript of poetry is in competition with novels, nonfiction and other works by writers around the world
Maryann Broxton poses in a black T-shirt
Aug 14, 2019
Maryann Broxton ’16 plays leading role in international research project on poverty that provides new resources for social workers
Brendan Walsh wearing his helmet and sunglasses, standing with arms crossed in front of bike.
Aug 14, 2019
After collision with car, cycling IT guy Brendan Walsh sets out to break world record
George Weiss holds up a bronze football jersey
Aug 6, 2019
Celebration honors philanthropist behind innovative Lesley education partnership that elevated diverse group of inner-city students
Molly of Denali hugs her grandfather.
Aug 1, 2019
An early consultant on 'Molly of Denali,' Professor Mary Ann Cappiello sees her work come to life in new PBS series
Kelvin Ramirez
Aug 20, 2019Audubon
Expressive Therapies Assistant Professor Kelvin Ramirez says artwork by detained children may be indicators of their emotional and mental health.
Jason Reynolds in regalia at Commencement 2018
Aug 19, 2019Time Magazine
Faculty Jason Reynolds is teaming up with Ibram X. Kendi to write a young adult version of Kendi's award-winning "Stamped: Racism, Antiracism, and You."
illustration student's headshot
Aug 14, 2019SyFy Wire
Check out this 9-minute video with Sara Alfageeh ’18 as she describes her drawing process.
Melissa Kwasny
Aug 12, 2019Billings Gazette
Montana's two poet laureates, our own faculty Melissa Kwasny and Mandy Smoker Broaddus, plan to use their roles to change the arts and society.
Nancy Carlsson-Paige standing in front of chalkboard smiling
Aug 12, 2019New York Times
With test prep taking center stage, education has become "over-focused on learning certain facts and skills at certain ages," laments Professor Emerita Nancy Carlsson-Paige.
Book cover of "For Black Girls Like Me"
Aug 12, 2019Mutha Magazine
Alumna Mariama Lockington's new YA book follows a young transracial adoptee and mirrors the author's own experiences.