Culture Fest 2015 helps us learn about and celebrate Native American cultures, both past and present. Reflections by student Sasha Van Baars.
Lesley University President Joseph B. Moore to retire in 2016
Students tackle racism, bias and other tough issues in 'Lives That Matter'
Guggenheim Fellow Dr. Cate Marvin, a faculty member in the MFA in Creative Writing program, says the best verse mines ‘high voltage, high pressure situations’ to say things ‘that can’t be said.’
Student Col Williams is featured in the “Violence Transformed” exhibit at the Statehouse. Col's artwork explores racism, violence and social justice.
“Virgins of the Door” is an ambitious photo-activism project co-created by artist Andrew Mroczek (BFA ’00), Lesley’s associate director of exhibitions.
Report: Boston Lacks ‘Cultural Competence’ In Teaching Black, Latino MalesAssociate Professor Vivian Dalila Carlo co-authors study on Boston Public SchoolsWBUR | Learning LabApril 7, 2015
Keeping WW2 history from being forgottenAssociate Professor Matthew Nash screens his documentary, “16 Photographs at Ohrdruf,” at Luxembourg City CinémathèqueLuxemburger WortApril 4, 2015Egg whites and isometrics for Twyla TharpDancer-choreographer Twyla Tharp kept a capacity crowd at Cambridge Rindge and Latin School on its toes the other night, speaking as part of Lesley University’s Creativity ForumThe Boston GlobeApril 03, 2015
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