A movie about emotions will bring out emotions Reply

By Krista DeJulioCo-Editor-in-Chief

Disney-Pixar movies are known to bring out emotions in adults and children alike. The franchise’s newest film, “Inside Out,” released Thursday night, is about just that: emotions. This film is unlike anything we have seen before. The film follows five emotions inside the head of 11-year old Riley who is normally happy. When her parents move her from Minnesota to San Francisco sadness engulfs her, eventually destroying her personality and memories. More…

Annual dance showcase passes on the torch Reply

By Tina NalepaArts Editor

The Lasell College Pulse Dance Team hosted their annual dance showcase on April 26 in de Witt. The showcase included performances from the Lasell College Dance Team (LCDT), the Lasell College Cheer Team, the Divine Step Team, Step-By-Step Dance Studio, The Spartones, The Becker College Dance Program, Moise “CRAVE” Michel, a vocal performance by Danielle Cutillo and many more.


Students shine at Awards Banquet Reply

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Photos by Krista DeJulio and courtesy of Danielle Cutillo

Krista DeJulio and Ryan Fitzgerald – Features Editor and Opinion Editor

The 2015 Awards Banquet was held on Friday, April 17 in de Witt Hall. Awards are given out each year to students, faculty, and staff members for recognition of their accomplishments during the year. In addition, campus clubs were represented and the Student Government Association (SGA) Executive Board members were named at the annual ceremony, which had more than 100 students and faculty in attendance. More…

Laser presence is strong at Marathon 2

Ryan Macleod – 1851 Staff

For four members of the Lasell community, Marathon Monday meant much more than a day of celebration and off from school this year. Professor Neil Hatem, Area Coordinator Trish Moran, and alumni Andrew Dimaco and Pat Slight were four representatives from campus that spent the entire day running the 26.2 miles from Hopkinton to Boston’s Boylston Street. More…

Students violate parking on campus 1

Illustration by Amanda Bennett

Illustration by Amanda Bennett

Levi Flood – Contributing Writer

Lasell saw a sharp rise in the number of parking violations during spring 2015.

There are more than 1,284 residential students at Lasell. Assuming a quarter of them are freshmen, leaves roughly 963 students with only 382 parking spaces available. There are also 380 commuters, although they have a measly 128 spots available for their vehicles. Is it any wonder that there never seems to be parking available? More…