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Sidewalk in front of Sherrill Library with green grass and a green tree with white flowers.
Jun 27, 2019
Kongjing Xing ’21 and Teri Heard-Ralbovsky ’20 awarded $2,500 grants for intensive clinical internships
Katya Zinn is pictured smiling amid the crowd at Lesley Commencement
Jun 24, 2019
Katya Zinn ’19 lobbies to change campus sexual assault policies and prevention
Photo of St. John's Chapel with tree limbs in the forefront.
Jun 20, 2019
University explores transforming St. John’s Memorial Chapel into performing arts space
Interim President Hansen stands at a podium speaking into a microphone
Jun 20, 2019
Interim provost-turned-president retires after 50 years in higher education
Woman on stage at Lesley Commencment behind the podium speaking into a microphone and wearing a black cap and gown.
Jun 18, 2019
Dominican immigrant’s love of school leads to college legacy and future career
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Jun 12, 2019
Unique and creative e-newsletter shines in international competition
Nancy Carlsson-Paige standing in front of chalkboard smiling
Jul 9, 2019Mashable
Online preschools miss basic learning opportunities that are necessary to child development, says Professor Emerita Nancy Carlsson-Paige.
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Jul 8, 2019Boston Hassle
Boston Hussle calls senior illustration major Kenn Crestwell's work "exuberant" and "approachable" with a "uniquely vibrant pop style."
Tracy Strauss
Jul 3, 2019The Rumpus
In her debut memoir, "I Just Haven't Met You Yet," Tracy Strauss ’13 talks about recovering from childhood sexual abuse and how PTSD has affected her search for Mr. Right.
Juanita James portrait
Jul 3, 2019WAG Lifestyle
Trustee Juanita James is the winner of this year's Martha S. Newman Award, the Connecticut Council for Philanthropy's highest honor.
Two women in hijab
Jul 3, 2019Boston Globe
Asha Janay ’16 has learned to embrace her faith saying, "I am proud of who I am. I choose to wear hijab because it’s part of my religion and it makes me feel beautiful."
Margaret McKenna speaks.
Jul 2, 2019Boston Globe
President Emerita Margaret McKenna is fighting for change and justice in the Catholic Diocese of Providence, where she says a priest sexually molested her as a teenager.