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Nell Valle in front of her mural in Chinatown
Sep 29, 2022
Future educator Nell Valle selected for Experience Chinatown Arts Festival
Animated image of a boy
Sep 27, 2022
Artist, co-creator of Netflix’s ‘The Dragon Prince’ to speak Oct. 6
A student examines a Nike sneaker.
Sep 16, 2022
A pre-college summer graphic design course helps teens imagine the future of footwear 
A CGI eye in a dark sky
Sep 14, 2022
Lesley students, faculty create live action 3D for theater production
Bright pink flowers bloom in front of the dining hall on Lesley's Doble campus.
Sep 8, 2022
Doctors Deanna L. Yameen and Dana Fusco begin tenures in graduate schools
Students smile - sitting around a table outside at convocation
Sep 8, 2022
2022 Convocation marks the first in-person official academic year kickoff in three years
Photos of Hilary Kreisberg standing on Mellen Walk on Doble Campus
Sep 10, 2019WBUR
Hilary Kreisberg talks about her book "Adding Parents to the Equation: Understanding Your Child's Elementary School Math."
Photo of Lauren Pratt holding a guitar
Sep 10, 2019Billboard
Billboard premiers expressive therapies student and singer-songwriter Lauren Pratt's new album "Young American Sycamore."
Jason Reynolds portrait
Sep 10, 2019WFPL
"Ghost," a play based on the novel of the same name by creative writing faculty Jason Reynolds will open the Stage One Family Theatre's season in Louisville, Kentucky.
Lisa Fiore portrait
Sep 9, 2019CBS Boston
“When teachers dictate too much what children are doing .... after a while it deadens their school experience,” says Professor Lisa Fiore.
Maria Aliberti Lubertazzi wears waders and stands waist deep in a green pond.
Sep 6, 2019WBUR
Julie Wittes Schlack ’13 remembers to take in her surroundings while on vacation and writes about the challenge of keeping that mindset back in her everyday life.
portrait of Leland Cheuk
Sep 6, 2019The Brooklyn Rail
“No Good Very Bad Asian" by Leland Cheuk ’11 achieves "a true synthesis of heart and humor highlighted by the fluidity of his first-person voice and a steady diet of sharp turns of prose.”