Designing with Professor Vallely Reply

By Jessica Lindell – Contributing Writer

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Professor Anne Vallely showcases her office collection. Photo by Jessica Lindell

Professor Anne Vallely is one of the most influential professors in the fashion department. Her call to fashion first came from designing her own dresses as a young age before becoming experienced in modeling and fashion retail. She currently balances teaching fashion and an interior design occupation.

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Ceremony highlights opening of Science and Technology Center Reply

By Colin Froment – News Editor 

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President Michael Alexander and SGA President James Rossano cut the ribbon at the new Science and Technology Center. Photo by Michael Bueno

President Michael Alexander cut the ribbon of the new Science and Technology Center (STC) on October 31 outside the building’s main entrance. Students and staff were able to witness the ceremonial ribbon, signifying the grand opening to the community.   More…

“Reactions” provokes thoughts Reply

By Pavel Zlatin – 1851 Staff 

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Brianna Tepper’s “Reactions” was displayed in the Wedeman Art Gallery from November 4-8 and featured pieces from emerging artists in the area. Photo courtesy of Vladimir Zimakov

On Saturday, November 4, Brianna Tepper’s exhibit titled “Reactions” opened at the Wedeman Art Gallery. The artist’s reception featured various performers who shared their poems, songs, and stories with the audience.  More…

Alumni talk life after college Reply

By Morgan VanWickler  Art Director

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Student Alumni Association hosted an alumni panel on November 15 featuring (L-R) Katie Rathbun (’16), Gabriella Giangregorio (16′), Kevin Moloney (’14), and Ginelle Gaulin (’10). Photo by Katie Schneider

On November 15, Student Alumni Association hosted an alumni panel for their organization members and the rest of the Lasell community. The panel consisted of four Lasell graduates; Katie Rathbun (‘16), Gabriella Giangregorio (‘16), Kevin Moloney (‘14), and Ginelle Gaulin (‘10) and was moderated by SAA members Rosa DelCarmen and Ali Barlett. More…

Women’s v-ball completes season with historic finish Reply

By James Macey – 1851 Staff

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Women’s volleyball had a historic season, earning the fourth seed in he GNAC tournament and hosting their first playoff match since 2007. Photo by Cassidy Murray

Women’s volleyball hosted Regis College for the first GNAC playoff match hosted by Lasell since 2007 on October 31. The Lasers were seeded fourth in the GNAC tournament.

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Speaker talks about collegiate political bias Reply

By Seán McGlone & Connor Mankouski – Editor-in-Chief & 1851 Staff

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Chris Sweeney, author of “How Liberals are Ruining College.” Photo by Seán McGlone

On November 7, The Donahue Institute for Ethics, Diversity, and Inclusion hosted “The Value of Perspective Diversity,” a discussion on political bias in educational contexts. The presentation was led by Chris Sweeney, the author of “How Liberals are Ruining College,” a recent article in Boston Magazine.

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