Students still unhappy with dining services

By Rebecca Osowski, Taylor Viles & Owen KwetFeatures Editor, Print Sports Editor & 1851 Contributor

A student waits to pick up their food from Kyle Mullen (’21) at the 1851 Grill. Photo by Taylor Viles

Late night dining at The 1851 Grill was implemented on campus in the spring of 2019, giving students not only another dining location but also a late-night meal option. During the COVID-19 pandemic, the grill switched from in-person ordering to using only the Boost Mobile app. 

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RIZE to your fullest potential

By Rebecca Osowski and Ashley Gochinski – Features Editor and 1851 Contributor

A RIZE Student Ambassador displaying promotional material. Photo courtesy of RIZE

RIZE is an organization working to provide students with access to majors their college may not offer. RIZE consists of partnership colleges and universities around the United States that have access to their plug-in module courses. These courses take an ordinary major and turn it into specific course content that is applicable to an individual field.

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You know de Witt Hall, do you know Thomas de Witt?

By Taylor Viles -Print Sports Editor

Thomas de Witt pictured at 1993 River Day. Photo Courtesy of Lasell Archives

Students know de Witt Hall for the different social events it holds, such as the recent Halloween concert. Students remember the large group history and ethics classes held between its walls and department events like SoCA Day and School of Business Day. But as students walk through the entrance under the plaque that reads “de Witt,” few wonder who de Witt is and what gives him significance to Lasell.

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Habitat For Humanity hosts clothing drive benefiting Cradles to Crayons

By Kait Bedell & Alexandra White – News Editor & 1851 Contributor

Lasell’s chapter of Habitat For Humanity is hosting a clothing drive benefiting Cradles to Crayons, a non-profit organization in Newton. The club held a kickoff event for the clothing drive in the Arnow quad on October 19, aiming to collect new or “like-new” items.

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Study abroad cancelled for Spring 2022 semester

By Samantha Vega-Torres1851 Contributor

Karina Fernandes posing outside a telephone booth during her Fall 2021 gap semester in London. Photo courtesy of Elizabeth Fernandes

In an email sent by Academic Affairs on September 29, students were informed that all study abroad and Shoulder to Shoulder programs for the Spring 2022 semester would be canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Let’s welcome our new professors

By Kait Bedell and Rebecca OsowskiNews Editor & Features Editor

As the school year begins and students return to a more normal life on campus, Lasell is introducing two new professors as full-time community members.

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