Women’s rugby ruck out at Connecticut College Reply

By Claire Crittendon- 1851 staff

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Women’s Rugby team at Connecticut College to play their first game of the season. (L to R) in back: Hannah Bowerman, Nicole Solano, Brooke O’Connor, Coach Nick Lucido, Abby Loynd and Daphne Murphy. In front: Kenleigh Manseau and Brianna VanDeusen.

 

On Saturday, April 13, the women’s rugby team faced off against the Connecticut College Camels in a seven’s match in New London, Conn.

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Men’s volleyball net sweeps on Senior Night Reply

By Adam Hallenbeck & Taylor Viles- 1851 staff

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Men’s volleyball seniors (L-R) Nate Gallo, David Anthony, Jordan Aprea, and Andy Henriquez pose with their families and coaches

The men’s volleyball team came out victorious on Senior Night as the Lasers pulled away with a 3-0 match final (25-21, 25-23, 25-14) over Regis College in a GNAC conference matchup on April 4.

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“The Act” of kindness Reply

By Pavel Zlatin 1851 staff

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“The Act” stars Patricia Arquette and Joey King as mother-daughter duo.

“The Act” is a true crime drama television series that premiered on Hulu on March 20. The series follows the story of Gypsy Rose (Joey King) and Dee Dee Blanchard (Patricia Arquette) through challenges leading up to Dee Dee’s murder.

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Denim Day demands change Reply

By Rosa Del Carmen Gomez1851 Staff

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Khalid Lai-Walters pieces together his final garment in preparation for Denim Day on April 24.

On Wednesday, April 24, Lasell will commemorate Denim Day, the nationally regarded campaign promoting sexual assault awareness on college campuses. This year, Lasell worked with sophomore fashion design and production major Khalid Lai-Walters (‘21) on a project inspired by Denim Day.

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A strong performance to spark discussion Reply

By Megan Palumbo & Morgan VanwicklerCo-Editor-in-Chief and Art Director

Lasell College Performing Arts and Lasell College Drama Club (LCDC) presented their Spring drama “Strength of Women” March 26-30 in the Yamawaki Auditorium. This year’s production consisted of two, one-act plays that focused on violence against women. The audience was greeted by students of Professor Karin Raye’s sexual violence class, who recommended on- and off-campus resources if people were triggered by the topics discussed in the shows.

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Khalid’s “Free Spirit” flies Reply

By Zach Houle – 1851 Staff

Khalid’s sophomore album “Free Spirit” follows up his extremely successful “American Teen” project in 2017. The 20-year-old experimented musically with his EP “Suncity” in 2018 but now that he is back in album mode, the El Paso, Texas native doesn’t disappoint with his matured and rounded sound. The track list encompasses 17 songs including previous trending singles “Better,” “Talk” and “Saturday Nights.”

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Vicente runs for Dennis Simmonds Reply

By Taylor Viles1851 Staff

When the gun sounded to mark the start of the Boston Marathon on rainy Monday morning in Hopkinton, Ma., Associate Professor of Communications Erin Vicente was among the runners.

From drills with her soccer team as a child to competing with the cross country team during her senior year at Queens College in Charlotte, N.C., running has always come naturally to Vicente.

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Growing through the arts Reply

By Colin Froment – Co-Editor-in-Chief

Senior arts management students Kierstan Hywell and Alex Franciosi, with help from Associate Professor of Arts Management Deborah Baldizar, displayed their senior practicum showcase, the “Growth Project” in the Wedeman Gallery in Yamawaki Auditorium until April 12.

Students in art classes, as well as Lasell Village residents and children from The Barn, were invited to submit paintings, poems, stories, drawings, photographs, and sculptures related to the project’s overall theme of personal growth. The public got their first viewing of the exhibit during a ceremony on Sunday, March 31. A “growth tree” composing of paper leaves hung on a tree branch designed by Hywell and Franciosi was introduced. Visitors wrote answers to three questions about personal growth on the leaves and were given the opportunity to place them on the tree.

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