News

A display of Sarah Hulsey's "Asterisms" series
Feb 18, 2020
Artist Sarah Hulsey explores ‘hidden, structural beauty of language’
Hester Kaplan headshot
Feb 13, 2020
MFA in Creative Writing faculty to write biography of Pulitzer Prize-winning father
LCAL-students-in-class
Feb 12, 2020
‘I Am What I Become’ series explores intersection of culture and identity on lifelong learning
Cream building at night. Appears to be in Morocco.
Feb 5, 2020
Journey to Spain, Morocco prompts action at home, and examination of cultural norms
Douglas Brinkley holding a mic
Jan 30, 2020
Historian and author Douglas Brinkley regales Boston Speakers Series audience with federal chief executives and political eras
Rebecca Capuano
Jan 23, 2020
Experienced higher-education admissions, enrollment and data analysis administrator was vice provost at Bay Path University
Artists for Humanity founder Susan Rodgerson said the life of the artist is a wonderful one.
Sep 18, 2019Wicked Local Needham
Alumna and Artists for Humanity Executive/Artistic Director Susan Rodgerson's work with teens has transformed lives and a community.
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.
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."
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.
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.”