Students shining light on inclusion issues

The members of the Multicultural Student Advisory Council (MSAC) participated in the development of the Diversity & Inclusion Climate Survey, created by the Inclusion Plan Steering Committee in order to collect students’ experience on campus. The survey, which was closed on April 7th, gathered information about inclusion and marginalization, and the engagement with diversity and…

The beauty of being bicultural

A graduate student, who identified herself as a Black Latino woman, shares with the Lesley community a poem that she wrote when she was an adolescent. Nowadays, being bicultural may cause identity based struggles because of negative social interactions. However, this young girl talks proudly and funnily about acceptance and identity. Puerto Fakin’ Yo so…

Willing to be the change?

Are you thinking about getting involved? At the Multicultural Student Advisory Council (MSAC), we advocate for ways to promote diversity, inclusion and equity on campus. We aim to function as a space for learning, group dialogue on critical issues and development of new student-led initiatives. If you are undergraduate or graduate student, you can join…