Photos by Tom Horak
The softball team split a doubleheader against Emmanuel on Saturday, March 29 on Taylor Field. The Lasers dropped the first game, 3-1 in eight innings, but defeated the Saints 6-1 in the second game. Lasell improves to 10-4 overall.
Sophomores Sam Buote and Katie Gontarz explain Campus Activities Board (CAB) to sophomore Elizabeth Downs. Photo By Kait Quinn.
Kait Quinn - Managing Editor
“Freshman Weekend and Summer Orientation also helped with the adjustment to school. I was able to meet my roommate and we get along so incredibly well. It’s helped me make a family here, and a home and I can’t wait to see what the next three years bring,” Haleigh West, freshman, said about the Office of Student Activities. More…
Therapy dogs from Dog B.O.N.E.S. visited Lasell College and delighted the many students who attended the event. This event was sponsored by the Peer Health Educators. Here is a video of some of the dogs interacting with students during this fun event.
Photos by Natalie Kfoury
Natalie Kfoury - Co-Editor-in-Chief
Dogs from Dog B.O.N.E.S. (Building Opportunities for Nurturing and Emotional Support) visited campus earlier this month in an event that gathered many students to the Arnow Campus Center to enjoy the love and attention of four visiting dogs.
Ollie (Pug), Bodie (Portuguese Water Dog), Millie (Golden Retriever mix), and Emmi (mix) visited the campus and delighted the many students who took time to sit and play with the dogs.
There will be a full story to come on this event but for now enjoy the photo gallery!
Rick Beyer, the director and producer of “The Ghost Army” demonstrates how the soldiers his documentary features were able to use deception to their advantage with senior Michael Hourihan. (Photo by Krista DeJulio)
Krist DeJulio – 1851 Staff
Director-producer Rick Beyer visited campus last month to show his documentary, “The Ghost Army,” to students in Rosen Auditorium and provide a discussion after the film. “The Ghost Army” is a riveting story about how the US Army deceived German soldiers during World War II using art. They created fake tanks and inflatable tanks, fooling the enemy and saving 15,000 to 30,000 lives during their time. More…
Allison Nekola - Copy Editor
March 11th marks the annual COM Day in deWitt Hall. From 9:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m., speakers, alumni, and company representatives will share insights into communication careers.
Registration and breakfast begin at 9:00 a.m. followed by a message from Chair of the Communications department, Dr. Janice Barrett. More…
Tristan Davis – Sports Editor
Sometimes the best way to get to know a group of people is to spend as much time with them as possible. For Lasell’s spring athletes, that’s the method of choice. Or perhaps it could be that it’s been freezing on campus the past few days and the idea of being in a warm area with sun and palm trees beats icicles and snowbanks. That’s just a hunch. More…
Ajea Stupart – 1851 Staff
If you ever wandered the many streets of Boston, you’ll find there is always something new to discover. Whether it’s the amount of food choices, shopping, night life, Boston has it all. However, Boston doesn’t offer tasteful Japanese restaurants with cheap prices. But, Fin’s Sushi & Grill offers just that. More…