PHOTOS: Lasell College joins Lasell Village for Intergenerational Prom 2015 Reply

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On March 27, sophomore Courtney Braman hosted the second annual intergenerational prom with Lasell Village residents, Lasell Men’s Rugby and Women’s Field Hockey Team; the night included dancing and refreshments.

Basketball teams seek to improve Reply

By Ryan Fitzgerald – Opinion Editor

Though the season is over, both the men’s and women’s basketball teams are already looking forward to improving in the off-season.

The men’s team finished 10-16 overall, with a promising four-game win streak to end the regular season. Unfortunately, they lost in the quarterfinals of the GNAC tournament in overtime to Saint Joseph’s College of Maine.

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Servi scores with Project Goal Reply

Servi Barrientos, originally from Guatemala, will return to his home country this summer to teach English and visit family members. (Photo by Tom Horak)

Servi Barrientos, originally from Guatemala, will return to his home country this summer to teach English and visit family members. (Photo by Tom Horak)

By Brianna Robbins – Sports Editor

Senior midfielder Servi Barrientos may have finished his soccer career with Lasell, but he is not done working in soccer just yet. He first began his soccer career in Guatemala City, where he is originally from, until he moved to the smallest state in America when he was 11-years-old with his younger brother.

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Teams travel for spring break Reply

By Tim Kelleher – 1851 Staff

It’s safe to say that Lasell is fed up with all of the snow and cold. Some athletes were lucky enough to escape down south for spring break. The baseball and softball teams went to Fort Myers, Florida and men’s lacrosse went to Georgetown, Texas. Other than getting to see the beautiful sights of Florida and Texas in warmer weather, the teams were also practicing and playing in some games.

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Alum returns as assistant coach 1

Billy Uberti playing during his last season as a member of the baseball team.  He recently became an assistant coach for the team after graduation.  (Photo by Tom Horak)

Billy Uberti playing during his last season as a member of the baseball team. He recently became an assistant coach for the team after graduation. (Photo by Tom Horak)

By Ryan Macleod 1851 Staff

Billy Uberti ended his Lasell senior baseball season in a disappointing fashion, losing to Suffolk University in the Eastern College Athletic Conference tournament after playing for four years. His goal was to win a Greater Northeast Athletic Conference championship, but he is now following a different path. Uberti has returned to Lasell as a member of the coaching staff.

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Senior produces film as directed study Reply

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By Christopher Gonzalez - 1851 Staff

Among the many motion pictures coming out this spring, “Alter Ego” is surely the must watch film of the season.
“Alter Ego”, a film directed and produced by Lasell senior Daniel Fox and Dean College graduate Joe Zumbo, is based on the life of a college senior living under unforeseen circumstances.

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The best breakfast food is found in Waltham Reply

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By Samantha Plumley – 1851 Staff

In a Pickle is a warm, welcoming restaurant that serves up delicious breakfast and lunch options at 265 Moody
Street in Waltham.

Crowds flock daily for exceptional food, which is worth the usual half hour wait. The inviting dining area is surprisingly spacious, with booths and tables arranged in a way that creates the illusion of space, dining parties will never feel cramped.

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Lamar soars on “Butterfly” Reply

Kendrick Lamar's third album, "To Pimp a Butterfly" was leaked more than a week before its release date.  (Photo courtesy of qz.com)

Kendrick Lamar’s third album, “To Pimp a Butterfly” was leaked more than a week before its release date. (Photo courtesy of qz.com)

By Krista DeJulio – Features Editor

Kendrick Lamar’s much-anticipated third album, “To Pimp a Butterfly,” was leaked more than a week before its initial
release on March 23, but you won’t hear fans complaining. With the recent trend of surprise releases between Beyoncé and Drake, it actually was not that much of a surprise to wake up and read that Lamar’s newest album had been added to both iTunes and Spotify.

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