Two Weeks in Ecuador Reply

By Allie Clancy – 1851 Contributor

Ecuador has given me so much I can’t even put it into words. I’ve learned what hard work looks like, I’ve experienced a new, vibrant culture, I’ve met the most kind and open people, and learned what life is really about. The past two weeks have changed who I am. I’m forever thankful to everyone on this trip and so happy to have them through this experience, and now in my life.

Once a fan, now an announcer: Jack Edwards comes full circle Reply

By Taylor Viles – 1851 staff

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Jack Edwards has been the play-by-play announcer for the Boston Bruins since 2005.

 

Jack Edwards grew up in New Hampshire watching the Bruins on his TV. He heard the announcers through the screen, but never thought he’d be calling the game himself.

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Women’s lacrosse rolls past USJ Blue Jays on Senior Day Reply

By Alex Balletto & Virginia Bry – Copy Editor & 1851 Staff

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Women’s lacrosse honored their senior players (L-R) Vanessa Pino, Jordan McComb, Lily Delaney for their contributions on April 13.

During the women’s lacrosse senior game on April 13, the team honored captain Jordan McComb, Lily Delaney and Vanessa Pino, all seniors. The team matched the Blue Jays of the University of Saint Joseph (Connecticut).

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Track gives back to BAA Reply

By Casey Dibari & Virgina Bry Opinion Editor & 1851 Staff

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The Lasell track and field team volunteered at the 2019 BAA relay event on April 13. (L to R) in back: Kevin Wallin, Kyle Mullen, Matt Holden, Mark Payton, Ryan Dalaba. In front: Amanda Hawkes, Nikki Ruggiero, Grace West, Emma Murray, Emma Vierling, Coach Michael McGrane.

On April 13, the track and field team arrived at Copley Square to volunteer at the youth relays organized by the Boston Athletic Association (BAA). This was the second year the track team volunteered at this race with the BAA, getting involved after Head Coach Michael McGrane took over the team last year.

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Women’s rugby ruck out at Connecticut College Reply

By Claire Crittendon- 1851 staff

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Women’s Rugby team at Connecticut College to play their first game of the season. (L to R) in back: Hannah Bowerman, Nicole Solano, Brooke O’Connor, Coach Nick Lucido, Abby Loynd and Daphne Murphy. In front: Kenleigh Manseau and Brianna VanDeusen.

 

On Saturday, April 13, the women’s rugby team faced off against the Connecticut College Camels in a seven’s match in New London, Conn.

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Men’s volleyball net sweeps on Senior Night Reply

By Adam Hallenbeck & Taylor Viles- 1851 staff

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Men’s volleyball seniors (L-R) Nate Gallo, David Anthony, Jordan Aprea, and Andy Henriquez pose with their families and coaches

The men’s volleyball team came out victorious on Senior Night as the Lasers pulled away with a 3-0 match final (25-21, 25-23, 25-14) over Regis College in a GNAC conference matchup on April 4.

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“The Act” of kindness Reply

By Pavel Zlatin 1851 staff

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“The Act” stars Patricia Arquette and Joey King as mother-daughter duo.

“The Act” is a true crime drama television series that premiered on Hulu on March 20. The series follows the story of Gypsy Rose (Joey King) and Dee Dee Blanchard (Patricia Arquette) through challenges leading up to Dee Dee’s murder.

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Denim Day demands change Reply

By Rosa Del Carmen Gomez1851 Staff

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Khalid Lai-Walters pieces together his final garment in preparation for Denim Day on April 24.

On Wednesday, April 24, Lasell will commemorate Denim Day, the nationally regarded campaign promoting sexual assault awareness on college campuses. This year, Lasell worked with sophomore fashion design and production major Khalid Lai-Walters (‘21) on a project inspired by Denim Day.

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