Annual Lesley event explores the role of the arts in the aftermath of atrocities
Judith Jamison: ‘The arts are key to changing people’s minds’
Billy Collins, who was the United States Poet Laureate from 2001-2003, charmed Lesley University’s Boston Speakers Series with his ironic wit, his gift of language and his lightly expressed but deeply felt reverence for poetry, during the series’ first-ever lecture to feature a poet.
Lesley Assistant Professor of Creative Writing Aaron Smith writes about Poet Laureate Billy Collins, who will present at Lesley's Boston Speakers Series on Feb. 26, 2014.
What’s in a Name Change? Lesley University’s College of Art and Design: Inside a new ID.
Lesley Welcomes Legendary Alvin Ailey Dancer and Choreographer Judith Jamison on March 5, 2014
How to raise a grounded, creative child
Lesley Professor Emerita Nancy-Carlsson Paige writes about raising her sons, actor Matt Damon and sculptor Kyle Damon.CNN January 30, 2014 Cambridge universities’ Town Gown reports focus on sustainability, transportation
Lesley looks to opening of Lunder Arts Center in 2015, increases recycling and composting.Cambridge Chronicle February 7, 2014
Couple form organization to help people who have suffered trauma
Humanity Moves co-founder and veteran Jon Greuel is a graduate of Lesley's mindfulness studies program.Dallas Morning News February 6, 2014
Editor’s Pick: Dana Mueller’s De Naturae series documents the inhabitants of a small German village
Dana Mueller teaches photography at Lesley, where "De Naturae" is on view in Marran GalleryBig red and shiny | Go & See February 4, 2014
A short trip to bobsledding prominence for Olympic athlete
Jamie Greubel, who earned her M.Ed. at Lesley, competes with the U.S. women's bobsled team at the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi.The Philadelphia Inquirer February 3, 2014
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