By Elizabeth Leahy, Seán McGlone, Pavel Zlatin – Contributing Writer, Editor-in-Chief, 1851 Staff
The Score announced as Spring Concert performers
On Saturday, February 24, Campus Activities Board (CAB) and Lasell College Radio revealed, during Bingo Night, The Score will be this year’s Spring Concert performers.
The Score consists of members Eddie Anthony and Edan Dovan. The band is best known for their singles “Oh My Love” and “Legend” off their debut album, “Atlas.”
CAB and Lasell College Radio revealed the names of the performers playing a game where students had to guess the letters of the band and DJ.
The announcement also disclosed that DJ Almand will be returning as an opening act, making this his second appearance after opening for Marc E. Bassy last year.
The Score and DJ Almand will perform at the Spring Concert on Saturday, April 21. The event is free to Lasell students and $5 for guests.
Career Services hosts second career fair
Career Services held their second annual Spring Career & Internship Fair on February 27 in the Athletic Center. The fair hosted about 30 employers, offering full-time and part-time jobs and internship positions to students.
One of the goals for this year’s fair was to have more industries represented, according to Career Counselor Jessica Orlando. “We wanted to try and cover as many majors and industries as possible…it’s always difficult to try and do that, but I feel like we had a pretty good mix this year,” Orlando said.
The fair also hosted several employers for the first time, such as Amazon and Timberland.
The Career Services Department aspires to offer more to please both students and employers alike in all fields. “Building on this year’s fair I’d like to take a look at the feedback that we’ve received both from employers and students, and see how we can improve the satisfaction of both,” said Director of Career Services Donnell Turner.
Both Turner and Orlando said they were pleased with the turnout and hope to continue to increase student attendance at the fair in the future. Career Services is looking into holding a fair each semester, according to Orlando.
Donato Tramuto announced as commencement speaker
Donato Tramuto was announced as this year’s Commencement ceremony keynote speaker according to an email sent out to the community from President Michael Alexander on March 12.
Tramuto is the CEO of Tivity Health Inc. and president and founder of Health eVillages, a nonprofit global healthcare organization. Tramuto supplied eVillages with updated technology for an improved health care among members of various communities.
Tramuto has been awarded both the Robert F. Kennedy Ripple of Hope Award and the Robert. F. Kennedy Children’s Action Corps Embracing the Legacy Award for his philanthropy work last year. His education background includes honorary degrees from Thomas Jefferson University and the College of Fine Arts at the University of Massachusetts Lowell.
Tramuto has written an autobiography titled “Life’s Bulldozer Moments: How Adversity Leads to Success in Life and Business” that was released in 2016. The story followed different traumatic events and experiences that inspired and motivated him.
The Commencement Ceremony will occur on May 12 on Taylor Field at 11 AM.