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Regina Meadows, executive administrative assistant in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, is recognized during Lesley’s retirement celebration at the Student Center
Jun 1, 2018
More than 30 Lesley faculty and staff celebrated for impact, service
Alumni Weekend Attendees
May 31, 2018
A weekly roundup of weekend events on campus and around town.
Craig Martin stands smiling with arms crossed.
May 24, 2018
The Massachusetts School Administrators’ Association honors Lesley alum for compassionate, effective leadership
Jo-Anne Hart (right) discusses history with students.
May 23, 2018
Lesley history students connect virtually with their Middle East peers to discuss discrimination, immigration, gender and more
Elizabeth Warren at the podium
May 19, 2018
Sen. Elizabeth Warren stresses persistence in the face of injustice and a ‘rigged system’ during afternoon Commencement ceremony
A view of the graduates in the audience with the Lesley banner in the background.
May 19, 2018
Commencement speakers Jason Reynolds and Gay Su Pinnell called on Lesley graduates to use their degrees for good during morning commencement ceremony
A large sculpture with multiple pieces created to look like larvae - wide at the base and then extending up in a narrow column - mostly tan with reddish pink tips.
Jun 13, 2018WBUR
Horrified by the magnitude of trash in the ocean, faculty Michelle Lougee responded by crocheting plastic bags into the shapes of the wildlife threatened by them.
Professor Danielle Legros Georges is also Boston Poet Laureate
Jun 12, 2018City of Boston
As Boston begins the search for a new poet laureate, Professor Danielle Legros Georges looks back on her tenure with thanks.
Jun 8, 2018Urban Update
Urban Scholars Initiative graduate Natalia Rosa ‘16 and ELL teacher discusses her work and being a DACA recipient.
Jun 7, 2018Et. Seq.
PhD candidate Alicia Reddin, the director of Veterans Services for Andover, speaks about the challenges of providing academic services to veterans.
Devon May on the basketball court with a basketball in his left hand.
Jun 5, 2018Small College Sports Report
Averaging 16.4 points a game his senior year, Lesley basketball player Devon May excelled on the court, was named captain and made the NECC All-Conference Second Team twice.
A brightly colored mural with a man in gold on a curved road playing a lute or something along those lines..
Jun 1, 2018digboston
Alum Dan Masi's Goya-inspired mural took 260 hours to paint, and he did it all at night.