By Morgan Vanwickler – Art Director
Every junior reaches a point in their college career where they are faced with PHIL302, better known as Ethical Reasoning. Most students enter the course having negative and preconceived opinions, but end the semester recognizing its benefits.
By Morgan Vanwickler & Pavel Zlatin- Art Director & 1851 Staff
Four Lasell Village participants from Project Fun- way dressed as The Beatles and sang their rendi- tion of “When I’m 84.”
Lasell is now recognized as an Age-Friendly University (AFU); it is the first college in Massachusetts and second in the U.S. to hold this title.
By Megan Palumbo & Katie Peters- Co-Editor-in-Chief & 1851 Staff
(L-R) Matt Berentsen, Polina Heckle, Adam Hallenback, Charlotte Gitelman, Jared Giurleo, and Amanda Tamborelli holding all 11 trophies WLAS took home from the IBS Conference.
Six students from Lasell College Radio (WLAS) traveled to New York City the weekend of March 1 to attend this year’s International Intercollegiate Broadcasting System (IBS) Conference. The station came home with 11 trophies, including one first place title.
By Adam Hallenback & John McClean – 1851 Staff
Mark Frost (L), the scholarship’s namesake and Anthony Castellano (R), the Laser recipient of the Frost Family scholarship.
Junior Anthony Castellano was awarded the Frost Family scholarship on Feb. 21 by the Francis Ouimet Scholarship fund, which was announced via the fund’s social media pages.
Castellano, a junior communications student with a concentration in television & radio production, was awarded the scholarship because of his skills in journalism. “Although my passion is in television, I love to write for pleasure, as well as helping peers with their stories and work,” Castellano said.
By Ruth Kehinde – 1851 Staff
A group of community members pose with Jeff and Leslie Jones (center) at Afro Flow. Photo courtesy of Emmanuella Jean-Louis
On Feb. 27, students were introduced to multiple invigorating African Diaspora dance movements in de Witt Hall by Afro Flow Yoga.
This workshop uses African culture to teach participants customs and the inner workings of connection with the human world and oneself. The goal that Leslie Salmon Jones and Jeff W. Jones had while creating this organization was to build a sense of community and unite others.
By Casey Dibari – Opinion Editor
Food Network’s chef Jet Tila posing at Lasell College with his book, “101 Asian Dishes You
Need to Cook Before You Die.” Photo by Casey Dibari
On Feb. 26, Chartwells brought in Food Network chef Jet Tila as the first special guest chef this school year. Tila is famously known for appearing on Food Network shows such as “Chopped,” “Cutthroat Kitchen” and “Iron Chef America.” He also has authored several cookbooks, such as “101 Epic Dishes” and “101 Asian Dishes You Need to Cook Before You Die.”
By Avery Stankus & Claire Crittendon – 1851 Staff
(L-R) Taylor Hughey, Molly Parrott, Professor Dennis Frey, Professor Marisa Hastie, Evan
Andrews, and Taylor Smith developing a strategic plan for the Core Scholars project. Photo by Avery Stankus
Six Lasell students, Associate Professor of History Dennis Frey and Associate Professor of Exercise Science Marisa Hastie have collaborated on a new initiative titled “Core Scholars.”
By Brian Cohen – 1851 Staff
On Jan. 14, a campus ice skating rink opened for the Lasell community and its neighbors. The rink is located on Seminary Avenue across from the Arnow Campus Center on top of the tennis courts.