Lasers shutout Mt. Ida Reply

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The men’s soccer team beat Mount Ida 4-0 on Saturday. Ryan Montemurro, Sakol Bako, Kyle Cronin, and Cedric Dybaud each scored for the Lasers. Lasell improved to 6-1 overall and 3-0 in GNAC play.

“Make your voice heard” this November Reply

By Michelle Burke – 1851 Staff

Lasell’s election awareness team has upcoming events for the November Presidential Election with National Voter Registration Day on September 25 and the Presidential Debate on October 3. The slogan, “Make Your Voice Heard,” is encouraging everyone on campus to take part in the election process. More…

Women’s volleyball picks up first win Reply

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The women’s volleyball team won its first game of the season on Wednesday defeating Norwich 3-0. The Lasers won the sets by scores of 26-24, 25-18 and 25-13. Lasell was led by freshman Alyssa Nahigian (24 assists), freshman Jordan Seid (17 digs) and sophomore Alexis Chappell (10 kills).

Women’s soccer downs Mt. Ida Reply

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The women’s soccer team beat rival Mount Ida in a 1-0 nail biter Tuesday. Molly Fitzgerald’s goal in the 60th minute proved to be the difference as the Lasers improved to 6-1-0 overall and 4-0-0 in GNAC play.

Alum competes on Project Runway Reply

Williams, third from right, with the other contestants from this season of Project Runway.    Photo courtesy of starpulse.com

By Natalie KfouryCo-Editor-In-Chief

Five years after graduating from La­sell, Sonjia Williams is making a name for herself in the fashion world. Williams, a member of the class of 2007, is a contes­tant on the current season of Project Runway and is mak­ing a strong impact on the show. But before she took her talents to TV, Williams had a memorable presence at Lasell. More…

Dining hall renovations unveiled Reply

The new, renovated, and improved Valentine Dining Hall went through a summer of changes including new serving stations, dining options, furniture, and light fixtures. Photo By Kristina Kaufmann

By Brandon Chase – Managing editor

After more than a year of planning, waiting and construction, the newly-renovated Valentine Dining Hall opened its doors to all students for the first time on Sept. 3.

The new design is quite a departure from the old cafeteria, with amenities such as a fireplace at the main entrance, updated furniture and a new “sports grille” in the 1851 room which is home to 11 new flat screen TVs. More…