News

Lesley's Brattle campus
Sep 19, 2018
Barbosa will lead our newly-established Office of Diversity, Equity & Inclusion
Neon sign that reads: "radio and television station" with an arrow pointing to the bottom left corner of the rectangular sign.
Sep 13, 2018
Partnership with The Greenway Conservancy brings historic installation to Lesley
Yellow fluorescent tubes on Harvard campus in the middle of the yard.
Sep 12, 2018
A weekly roundup of weekend events on campus and around town.
doble campus quad ramp and stairs
Sep 12, 2018
Partnership gives staff of Boston-based nonprofit access to Child Homeless Initiative’s groundbreaking Certificate In Child Homelessness Studies.
A girl dressed all in pink carries her pink accessories on move-in day.
Sep 7, 2018
Lesley welcomes approximately 350 freshmen and transfers on Labor Day weekend.
Jose Mendoza standing at a podium
Sep 6, 2018
New students welcomed to Lesley during 2018 Convocation
Self portrait of the artist holding a camera and sitting in a chair on a lawn (looks like Harvard) with a camera held up to her face.
Sep 18, 2018BostonVoyager
Alumna Kristen Powell's narrative photography is "inspired by the camera's ability to trick the viewer's eye."
Headshot of Sydney Chaffee, appears to be in a classroom
Sep 16, 2018Education Week
Avoiding topics of race and racism in the classroom does more harm than good, says 2017 Teacher of the Year Sydney Chaffee ’07.
sara farizan
Sep 14, 2018Kirkus Review
Alumna Sara Farizan's latest novel tackles Islamophobia, bullying and a boy who just wants to play basketball.
The mural on a brick wall - the image is a landscape with a herd of animals.
Sep 12, 2018BizWest
During the summer, fine arts student Joe Hamman created a mural that is now on display in his hometown of Wellington, Colorado.
kyle cooper photographs himself in broken glass
Sep 5, 2018Artscope
Artscope calls Kyle Cooper's "The Art of the Title" exhibit at the Lunder Arts Center a "vibrant" showing of the artist's career in movie and film title sequences.
illustration student's headshot
Aug 30, 2018Newsy
Calling the Muslim superhero Dust "uninspired," Sara Alfageeh ’18 illustrated a makeover, trading spandex for a realistic and fashionable outfit. The image went viral.