The photo gallery, “Snowlicious,” portrays the impacted days of December by the amount of snowfall that was presented on the Lasell campus. Winter becomes the new black, having each snowflake leave nothing unveiled.
Photos were taken by Digitial Editor Ruth Kehinde.
This video was made by Rayana Petrone & Paige Loschiavo for Professor Franklin’s FYS103: Media Storytelling class.
This video was made by Megan Doherty, Cyairra Lowe & Ciera Lacailade for Professor Franklin’s FYS103: Media Storytelling class.
By Adam Hallenbeck– Sports Editor
On Nov. 12, the Public Relations Alliance (PRA) hosted the second annual professional panel on the first floor of the Arnow Campus Center, creating a networking and learning opportunity with communication professionals from various industries for students at Lasell.
By Liv P. Fernandes & Katie Peters –1851 Staff & Arts Editor
Content Warning: domestic and sexual violence
Earlier in November, Professor Raye, alongside men’s baseball, Title IX interns and PRIDE, assembled a display on the hill outside of Winslow. This display was reflective of abuse survivor statistics on American college campuses. Photos by Katie Peters.
By Holly Feola & Bailey Klingaman– News Editor & 1851 Staff
The Studio 1851 presented their Holiday Student Showcase and Sales event in Spector classroom. The invite-only event took place on Thursday, Nov. 21 from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Senior Management Team, Board of Trustees, Faculty and Studio 1851 alums were in attendance to browse the holiday collection designed by Professor Wilkin and her students. Professor Carey was in attendance presenting artifacts from the Fashion Collection archives. Associate Professor of Art and Graphic Design Kenneth Calhoun had his book, “Black Moon,” on display. The official grand opening will be at symposium on Dec. 10.
Casey DiBari – Opinion Editor
In our lives, we meet a multitude of people. Admittedly, some are going to be amazing; they’ll be your best friends, your teammates, your mentors. On the other hand, they may be someone you feel is too negative-minded, mostly caring for themselves. However, no matter how you view them, everyone in our lives is there to help us grow in one way or another.
Claire Crittendon – Features Editor
Across America, over 70 percent of colleges and universities require prospective
students to submit their scores from either the SAT or the ACT. In the fall of 2017, Lasell
made the choice to ditch this policy and became test-optional. This means students who wish to submit their test scores for consideration may do so. However, applications are still considered complete without.