Once upon a parking spot Reply

By Taylor Fallon-McMahon – Contributing Writer

If one were to ask a Lasell student what the institution’s biggest downfall is, it is highly likely that they would say the parking. Every morning students and staff struggle to find parking on campus, and need to resort to other options, all while making it to class at the correct time. Many other schools around the area have plenty of designated spots for faculty and students at a cheap rate, assuring spots for all. All in all, Lasell needs to fix their current parking fiasco.

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Lasell’s library needs to inspire Reply

By Emily Carroll – Contributing Writer

When one imagines a college library, they think of old architecture with books lining the walls and old chairs and tables that store memories of times past. They expect a place where students can hide for hours to work on their studies until their eyes hurt from reading and their hands hurt from typing. Brennan Library is far from this ideal and instead more like a deserted, loud and disorganized eye sore. If most students have to spend the majority of their time here in the library, shouldn’t it be a quiet, sensible and beautiful environment that inspires students to do their best work?

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Public relations students gather for first club meeting Reply

By Gregory Camillone – Contributing Writer

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Members of the public relations club lean in to discuss their semester goals. Photo by Gregory Camillone.

On Thursday, Oct. 5, students gathered in the Donahue Center for Creative and Applied Arts for the first Public Relations Club meeting of the year.

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Crohn’s disease awareness game fills the hill Reply

By Gregory Camillone – Contributing Writer

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The Butler family stand together prior to Saturday’s game to honor Sheila (second from left) and Haleigh (far right) for their fight against Crohn’s disease. Photo by Gregory Camillone.

On Saturday, Sept 23, the Laser’s women’s soccer team defeated the Saint Joseph of Maine Monks in a GNAC matchup to raise awareness about Crohn’s disease with a final score of 1-0.

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The blades are still sharp Reply

By Colin Froment – News Editor

The original “Blade Runner” that was released 1982 introduced audiences to a visually spectacular world populated with killer androids. More than 30 years later, this world still manages to deliver satisfying action in the form of Blade Runner 2049 in an entirely updated version to amaze a different generation of audience members. Thanks to its engaging storyline with dazzling visuals to accompany it, the new Blade Runner proves that every one-time classic has the potential for a little technology upgrade for a refreshing experience.

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