A New Wave of Sexual Education Reply

By Hannah Smith1851 Staff

Student intern for Lasell’s Peer Health Educators, Corey Zemke, discusses her mission of promoting sexual education on campus this semester.

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Photo by: Hannah Smith

Hannah Smith: Where does your passion for sexual education come from?

Corey Zemke: I knew that the Peer Health Educators did things revolving around sexual education, but they’ve never done much and the students have been requesting more. Allison Weinberg [Witcomb], my advisor (and the peer health professional staff leader), let me have full reins and I’m running with it.

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Wicked Student Discounts Around Boston Reply

By Meghan Carroll – 1851 Contributor 

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Photo courtesy of Katie Peters

As college students, sometimes having fun can be hard on a low income. Luckily, Lasell University students can take advantage of the many local restaurants, stores and museums that offer student discounts. More often than not, your favorite retailers and restaurants offer student discounts, all you have to do is ask! If you’re pinching pennies this semester checkout some local places below!

Wicked Big Foodie?

Fire and Ice: All you can eat Mondays for $10.99                                                                        205 Berkeley St., Boston, MA 02116

Raising Cane’s Chicken Fingers: 10% off with student ID                                                          949 Commonwealth Ave., Boston, MA 02215

Donohaue’s Bar and Grill: $2-3 on Taco Tuesday                                                                             87 Bigelow Ave., Watertown, MA 02472

Wicked Bored?

Museum of Fine Arts: Free admission with student ID                                                                465 Huntington Ave., Boston, MA 02115

The New England Aquarium: Discounted admission with student ID                                       1 Central Wharf, Boston, MA 02110

West Newton Cinema: $10 dollars with student ID                                                                    1296 Washington St., West Newton, MA 02465

Red Sox tickets: As low as $9 with for students, see my.lasell.edu.com, Student Life, then “Buy tix”

Boston Common Frog Pond Ice-Skating: half off every Tuesday from mid-November to mid-March                                                                                                                                              38 Beacon St, Boston, MA 02108

Wicked Active?

The Studio Empower: $15 dollar pilates classes, 15% off class package                                  81 Union St, Newton Centre, MA 02459

Pilates A Fitness Studio: $12 drop in classes                                                                                681 Main St, Waltham, MA 02451

Wicked long hair?

Haircutters Heaven: $5 dollars off a haircut                                                                                   574 South St., Waltham, MA 02453

Fernandez Beauty Salon: 10% off with student ID                                                                          77 Prospect St., Waltham, MA 02453

Escape Salon Aveda: 15% off with student ID                                                                  Prudential Tower, 800 Boylston St, Boston, MA 02199

New staff, professors arrive at Lasell Reply

Claire Crittendon & Ruth KehindeFeatures Editor & Digital Editor

To add to the changes on campus, the school welcomes many new hires in different departments this fall. There are two new area coordinators, Kevin Castiglioni and David DupreWilson. Two new assistant professors were hired, Leanna Farnam and Nickki Pearce Dawes along with visiting instructor, Julia Khodor.

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Different generations, but still a first Reply

Holly FeolaNews Editor

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First-generation students speak about their experiences in small discussion groups. Photo Courtesy of Jesse Tauriac.

First-generation college students gathered last month for group discussions in the Science and Technology Center to celebrate their presence on campus. In addition to the25 first-generation students attending were several administrators who were the first in their family to graduate from college, Jesse Tauriac (Assistant Vice President & Chief Diversity Officer), Dave Hennessey (Assistant Vice President and Dean of Student Affairs), Helena Santos (Assistant Vice President and Dean of Academic Success), Thomas Morgan (Assistant Director of the Donahue Center), Victoria Turnquist (Academic Advisor), Donnell Turner, (Director Career Services) and Jenny Granger (Director Of Student Activities and Orientation).

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Education Professor Claudia Rinaldi speaks for diversity Reply

By Cristina Serratore – 1851 Staff

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Photo Courtesy of NECN.  Claudia Rinaldi speaking on NECN is shown with President Alexander (left) and the NECN anchor Brian Burnell (right).

Last spring, Associate Professor and Di- rector of Education Dr. Claudia Rinaldi was invited to speak about the Pathways to Teacher Diversity (PTD) program on New England Cable News’s (NECN) CEO Corner. Started in 2016, the pilot program hopes to diversify the pool of teaching candidates so it better reflects the increasingly diverse classrooms in American public schools today.

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Star seniors take connected learning off-campus Reply

By Taylor Viles– 1851 Staff

While many students spent their summers relaxing from their studies, traveling with family or catching up on sleep, some rising seniors spent it working hard to get a leg up in their future career.

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Newbury transfers welcomed by community Reply

By Claire Crittendon and Katie Peters– Features Editor & Katie Peters

Lasell has seen many new people around campus this semester, some are students and faculty that used to call Newbury College home. Last December, Newbury’s president announced to the community that the class of 2019 would be the last graduating class from the college, forcing students to find education elsewhere.

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