Students and seniors celebrate prom Reply

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The Senior Citizens Prom was introduced for the first time and put on by Courtney Braman and Lasell’s Hope for Humanity Club. Here are some photos by Danielle Cutillo of the event.

Alternative Spring Break travels to New Orleans Reply

 

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Photos by Kristina Kaufmann

Danielle Cutillo & Tier Gibbons - 1851 Staff

Last month, 12 students and two staff members headed to New Orleans, for the annual Alternative Spring Break (ASB) trip. The plan was to mend the damage from Hurricane Katrina and sort Mardi Gras beads, but the team did not realize they were in for a life changing experience. More…

Lasell scores for AIDS research Reply

During one of the games, a Lasell student shoots a three-pointer. (Photo by Tom Horak)

During one of the games, a Lasell student shoots a three-pointer. (Photo by Tom Horak)

Tier Gibbons - 1851 Staff

The Multicultural Student Union (MSU) held its fifth annual Hoops For AIDS Charity
Event last month. Students formed teams to compete for various prizes. The winner of the tournament squared off against a group of alumni; the students won by a long shot. More…

Student creates One Brand clothing line Reply

An original T-shift design by Chris Jones for his One Brand clothing company. (Photo courtesy of Chris Jones)

An original T-shift design by Chris Jones for his One Brand clothing company. (Photo courtesy of Chris Jones)

Kait Quinn - Managing Editor

Entrepreneurship major and sophomore, Chris Jones, created his own “fully sustainable, environmentally friendly apparel company” called One Brand Clothing. While being a Resident Assistant (RA) in Woodland Hall, he found that, “[A problem that] I run into often is seeing the same clothes that I am wearing on someone else, that being my biggest pet peeve, I have a pile of clothes that once I see someone else wearing the same article of clothing, it immediately gets dated and put into a drawer where it sits for six months before I will wear it again,” said Jones. More…

New service club brings hope to campus Reply

 

Lasell's Hope for Humanity group. (Photo by Danielle Cutillo)

Lasell’s Hope for Humanity group. (Photo courtesy of Danielle Cutillo)

Samantha Greaves - 1851 Staff

Donating time to service is an excellent way to get involved in the community. For years, Lasell has provided students with community service opportunities through its Center for Community- Based Learning (CCBL). Due to the success of the Hope for Humanity Club, there is now another way for students to become aware of the issues plaguing our society. Through the club, members discover new ways they can help through the act of service. More…

Making a change for homeless youth Reply

Kevin Lilly poses for a photograph after his interview. (Photo by Danielle Cutillo)

Kevin Lilly poses for a photograph after his interview. (Photo by Danielle Cutillo)

Danielle Cutillo - 1851 Staff

Lasell senior Kevin Lilly is taking a stand against youth homelessness, a
huge issue around the country, especially in Boston. Growing up in the Boston
area, Lilly has seen an increase of unaccompanied youth; people who are
24-years-old and younger that are experiencing homelessness on their own. More…

Vietnam, Antigua added to service trips Reply

Kayli Hertel - Features Editor

Two brand new Shoulder-to-Shoulder International Service-Learning trips have
been introduced this semester which will take students to Antigua and Vietnam. Lasell now provides seven Shoulder-to-Shoulder programs including Brazil, Belize, Ecuador, Mexico, and Uganda. More…