Upgrades Made to Campus

By Alexandra White1851 Contributor 

New desks in the Winslow Academic Center classrooms. Photo by Alexandra White

Getting students back to campus this fall took many hours of preparation from the Facilities and Sustainability Management (FSM) team. FSM worked through the summer to make sure Lasell’s campus would keep students safe from COVID-19, while also bringing campus back to its pre-COVID state. 

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The First Two Weeks

By Owen Kwet1851 Contributor

Here at Lasell I have certainly connect with a handful of people. Mostly my roommate. I have anxiety so I tend to be by myself, but exploring a new environment is okay. I’m experiencing something I thought I’d never be able to do. And it feels nice. I love the food, especially the junk food. It feels like I’ve been here longer than I should be. Of course, I miss my mom and my dog Fatty. My dad too. And my brother Noah as well.

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Women’s volleyball honors Alysha Rentas, takes home win on night of remembrance

By Abi Brown – Arts Editor

The entire team joins Alysha Rentas’ mother, stepfather, and brother, and close friends on the court. Photo by Abi Brown

The women’s volleyball team faced off against Bridgewater State University on Thursday, October 7. It was also a night of remembrance for former player Alysha Rentas, who passed away on August 3 in her hometown of Athol, Mass. 

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In memory of Alysha Rentas

By Abi Brown & Matt JacobsonArts Editor & 1851 Contributor

Pictured: Alysha Rentas, who was a rising senior who passed away in a car accident on August 3. Photo courtesy of Kenny Rentas

After a mournful announcement on August 3, the Lasell Community found out their friend, teammate, and rising senior Alysha Rentas had passed away in a car accident in her hometown of Athol, Massachusetts at 24 years old. She is survived by her two brothers, Kenny and Julian Rentas, mother Norali Barker, and grandmother known as Mami.

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