By Madison Ortiz
Lasell College talks about enforcing consent knowledge but hasn’t taken any steps to make a difference in educating students on this issue. Lasell should have a mandatory consent class required to graduate. The course would teach students how important consent is, understand how to handle certain situations and help prevent sexual assault cases from happening.
Photos by Sophie Fistori and James Barry
Photos by Erin Correia and Madelyn Hedges
By Hannah Akerly – 1851 Staff
We all love holiday breaks and a little off-campus time to relieve ourselves from the stress of school. There’s truly no feeling like sleeping in your own bed and indulging in a home-cooked meal. With Thanksgiving right around the corner and the entire family waiting to see you after a hiatus, there’s bound to be questions at the dinner table. So pass the stuffing and drench your mashed potatoes with gravy – things are about to get interesting.
Photos by Alex Duquette, Sophia Cannata & Emma Murray
Photos by Holly Feola, Zach Houle & Katie Peters
By Casey DiBari, Zach Houlte & Brianna VanDeusen – 1851 Staff
Rugby is a gritty, brutal and not for the faint of heart type game. They aren’t wearing protective pads or helmets. The only protection they have are mouth guards and evasive moves against opponents. Football has plenty of protection but this game is the raw form of that. For Nick Lucido, rugby is what drew him to Lasell in the first place.
By Christina Serratore – 1851 Staff
This school year, Lasell switched from Moodle to Canvas as the primary manner for students to turn in work, keep up-to-date on assignments and contact their professors. The first few weeks of the semester was a big game of trial and error, with students and professors alike trying to figure out how to utilize the platform. Unlike a lot of people though, I actually have more experience with Canvas than I do with Moodle because some of my high school teachers used it. As such, I have a good idea of the pros and cons of each.