Ian Bremmer speaking on stage
Mar 21, 2019
Chelsea, Mass., native Ian Bremmer comes ‘home’ to regale Symphony Hall crowd with tales of world machinations and American power moves
black and white photo of field with cross marking someone's grave
Mar 21, 2019
A weekly roundup of weekend events on campus and around town.
view of the audience from the back at the Boston Speaker Series in Boston Symphony Hall.
Mar 21, 2019
2019-20 lineup features Jason Alexander, Bob Woodward, Susan Rice and John Kerry
Photo portrait of Sylvia Cowan
Mar 14, 2019
Dr. Sylvia Cowan urges understanding of immigrants and refugees, rather than labeling.
Students sitting on a rocky surface outside in tie dye t-shirts on Alternative Spring Break
Mar 7, 2019
A weekly roundup of weekend events on campus and around town.
Four volunteers in yellow T-shirts flank actress Amanda Seales, dressed in all black
Mar 4, 2019
Inaugural Bridge The Gap Conference focused on diversity, activism and advocacy through the arts
Mar 20, 2019The Daily News
Seventeen Newburyport teachers are better able to help students dealing with trauma following training with the Lesley Institute for Trauma Sensitivity.
Collage of dozens of windows
Mar 19, 2019
Freshman Malia Edney's "Windows of Cambridge" is one of five winners of the Cambridge Vacant Storefront Creative Design Contest.
Mar 15, 2019Broadway World
The Harlem School of the Arts is the site of INTERWOVEN, an exhibit of artwork from husband and wife artists Sedrick and Letitia Huckaby ’01.
photograph of crumpled paper illuminated under red and white light.
Mar 14, 2019Boston Globe
Mark Feeney reviews two Lesley photography exhibits: Olivia Parker's "Vanishing in Plain Sight" and "Sightlines" featuring Bonnell Robinson and Dean Richard Zauft.
Mar 14, 2019Wicked Local Truro
Creative writing faculty A.J. Verdelle's employed her master's in statistics when she needed help with her novel, reading 150 books and crafting a strategy for how to revise her work.
Vintage shot of Joan Velsmid in front of Stebbins Hall.
Mar 13, 2019Fayette Woman
Entrepreneur and former fashion merchandiser Joan Velsmid ’92 turned a big move into an opportunity to help her new community.