By Ruth Kehinde– Digital Editor
On September 22, Lasell kicked off another Fall semester with its second annual Lasell U-Belong Celebration. The community was able to come together in various locations throughout campus, having many booths presented for students to engage in while appreciating everyone of all backgrounds in the process.
(L-R) Area Coordinator Cyntoya Simmons; Assistant Director of Donahue Institute for Ethics, Diversity, & Inclusion Thomas Morgan; Junior Emmanuella Brempong; and Junior Lee Means, pose, showing their determination and excitement to give t-shirts to students for tie-dying. Photo by Ruth Kehinde
Junior Jossie Santiago waits patiently as she gets an air brush design of her name. Photo courtesy of Student Activities.
Professor Sarahbeth Golden and sophomore Kemley Joseph pose in booth, ready to give students tie dye materials. Photo by:Ruth Kehinde
Area Coordinator, Cyntoya Simmons, is prepared to hand out green bands and Lasell U-Belong Celebration flyers in front of the Brennan Library. Photo by: Ruth Kehinde
Immersed, the air brush artists design students’ names. Photo by: Ruth Kehinde
Lasell Students stop by the t-shirt booth to get their desired size shirt and get a head start on their tie dye process. Photo courtesy of Student Activities
Amanda Tamborelli, senior, plays some jamming tunes for students in the Arnow Courtyard. Photo by: Ruth Kehinde
The air brush designs caught many students’ interests, having them wait six feet apart in line to get one of their own. Photo by: Ruth Kehinde
Fayez Alhaqbani, senior, stands in booth to give students a green bracelet and schedule for the celebration with essentials to keep everyone and himself safe. Photo by: Ruth Kehinde