Track and field breaks records Reply

Junior Melissa Cooley (right) beat her own and Lasell’s record in the 400 meter race at BU’s Invitational on February 17. (Photo by Tom Horak)

Junior Melissa Cooley (right) beat her own and Lasell’s record in the 400 meter race at BU’s
Invitational on February 17. (Photo by Tom Horak)

By Krista DeJulioFeatures Editor

Even without a proper place to practice on campus, the men and women’s track and field teams are doing great so far this season. Speaking in terms of Division III sports, the men and women’s track and field team is beyond impressive. They shock. They stun. They break and create new re- cords every time there is a meet. They even compete against Division I teams. More…

Walters continues athletic career Reply

Graduate student Brock Walters continues his last year of eligibility as a member of the men’s basketball team. (Photo by Tom Horak)

Graduate student Brock Walters continues his last year of eligibility as a member of the men’s
basketball team. (Photo by Tom Horak)

By Ryan FitzgeraldOpinion Editor

Brock Walters is one of four players from Florida on the men’s basketball team, but he is one of the only veteran players. Walters is a graduate student this year taking online classes from his home in Waltham where he lives with a few of the college’s lacrosse players. More…

Softball brings in new coach Reply

The softball team huddles during a game last season. The Lasers have a new coach and look forward to a new season.  (Photo by Tom Horak)

The softball team huddles during a game last season. The Lasers have a new coach and look
forward to a new season. (Photo by Tom Horak)

By Shapleigh Webster 1851 Staff

It’s hard to believe with all this snow on the ground that the softball season is right around the corner, but the Lasell softball team has been getting ready since last fall. More…

Baseball heads into spring season Reply

Senior Kevin Post holds an impressive record, being the only returning member to play in all 32 games the Lasers played last season. (Photo by Tom Horak)

Senior Kevin Post holds an impressive record, being the only returning member to play in all 32 games
the Lasers played last season. (Photo by Tom Horak)

By Ryan Macleod 1851 Staff

While the snow continues to fall on campus, the Lasell baseball team already turned their sights toward spring. The team, who lost six seniors last season to graduation, looks to improve on their fourth place finish in the GNAC conference. More…

The Pour House gets high reviews Reply

By Krista DeJulio – Features Editor

There’s something about The Pour House that is homey. There are not a lot of words to describe the unique homey feeling because Pour House has sticky floors, cramped bathroom stalls, and dim lighting. Its homey feel probably comes from the cluttered brick walls with neon signs of beer brands, flags from colleges across the country, and all the random things you would find in your garage. More…

Bison County has a perfect menu for college students Reply

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Bison County, located at 275 Moody Street, features an extensive and satisying beer menu. The restaurant’s food menu is filled with delicious plates, ideal for any taste.  (Photos by Natalie Kfoury and Kristina Kaufmann)

Bison County, located at 275 Moody Street, features an extensive and satisying beer menu. The restaurant’s food menu is filled with delicious
plates, ideal for any taste. (Photos by Natalie Kfoury and Kristina Kaufmann)

By Natalie Kfoury & Allison NekolaCo-Editors-in-Chief

Bison County, located on Moody Street in Waltham, has everything a college student could want. From diverse and delicious drink and food menus to a convenient, fun, and comfortable atmosphere, Bison County delivers on all fronts. More…