Chronicle’d Podcast: Episode 1, Vice President of Enrollment Kate O’Connor Reply

 

By Seán McGlone Editor-in-Chief

In the first episode of the returning Chronicle’d Podcast, Editor-in-Chief Seán McGlone sits down with Vice President of Enrollment Management and member of the Consolidation Steering Committee, Kate O’Connor, to discuss the exploration of a potential merger with Mount Ida College.

 

Washington teaches community ‘We don’t look like our stories’ Reply

By Ruth Kehinde 1851 Staff

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Speaker Monti Washington hosted his presentation “From the Streets to the Stage” on February 22. Washington discussed how his rough upbringing made him a better person and stressed the importance of being yourself. Photo by Katie Schneider

Award winning poet, actor, and motivational speaker Monti Washington talked about the fundamentals of life in his presentation, “From the Streets to the Stage,” in de Witt Hall on February 22. In his presentation he described the goals that individuals have are dreams and in order to make them come true, we need to have confidence within ourselves for without it, progression will never be possible. More…

Sports Management students recognized for academic excellence and community service Reply

 By Seán McGlone – Editor-in-Chief

Balancing schoolwork, extracurricular activities and community service can be very demanding for students. However, for senior Tim Major and junior Lane Sulzer, this is what earned them the second annual M. Perry Chapman Community Service and Scholarship Award.

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SOC 307 students advocate for “Lease on Life” Reply

Whole group posing with Senator Friedman

Photo courtesy of Cody McCormick

A group of Lasell Students are currently advocating for the passage of the Criminal Justice Reform Bill in the Massachusetts State Legislation. Their campaign, Lease On Life, is seeking to get Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker to give support on this bill that will give second chances to low level or first-time offenders as well as help the school-to-prison pipeline. The students are members of SOC 307 “Action for Social Justice” class, taught by Assistant Professor of Social Sciences Betsy Leondar-Wright. The bill would ultimately improve the Criminal Justice System and students are asking for help in the campaign to make sure the bill is passed.

Conservation Law Foundation enlightens students on ocean conservation Reply

By Megan Palumbo – Sports Editor

On Thursday February 22, LEAF Club sponsored a presentation on ocean conservation. Allison Lorenc spoke from the Conservation Law Foundation (CFL).

This organization is known for using law, science and the market to preserve oceans. Their main focuses include clean energy, clean water, environmental justice and ocean conservation. More…

Men’s basketball ends on a high note Reply

James Macey1851 Staff 

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Men’s Basketball reached the GNAC Playoffs for the third year in a row this season. Photo by Katie Scheinder

Men’s Basketball made it to the Great Northeastern Athletic Conference semifinals but lost 97-86 against the number one seed, Albertus Magnus Falcons. Finishing fourth in the GNAC, the team secured a spot in the postseason for their third consecutive year.

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What does it mean to be a Laser? Reply