Debole is a conspiracy-theory enthusiast, who has his own ideas about the story behind the assassination of President John F. Kennedy. (Photo courtesy of Paul Debole)
Alex Grant – Contributing Writer
Paul Debole, an Assistant Professor of political science, shares his theory about the John F. Kennedy assassination.
What is it about conspiracies that intrigue people so much?
I think, to a large extent, people want to know answers to the unknowable. I don’t know what it is. We all want to know: is it true? Is it not true? What’s the story behind it? More…
Photo courtesy of Grace Hogan
Natalie Kfoury – Co-Editor-in-Chief
The Honors Writing course, taught by Professor Salam Mir, recently took a trip to the Museum of Fine Arts to see the Palestinian film ‘When I Saw You,” directed by Annemarie Jacir. More…
(From left) Daniel Bloom, Aman Advani, and Dr. James Muller speak at the kick off event for the Entrepreneurship Club. (Photo by Tina Nalepa)
Tina Nalepa – 1851 Staff
The Entrepreneurship club, a new addition to the Lasell Community, recently hosted a kick-off event to get business majors involved and interested in entrepreneurship. More…
Photos by Natalie Kfoury
Ashlyn Curley – Opinion Editor
The environmental studies department held their annual Earth Day festival in the Arnow Campus Center Quad. Each year the festival is organized by the seniors in the department as their capstone project. This year there are two seniors in the department, Terri Moody and Georgia Pendergast. More…
Kayli Hertel – Features Editor
For sophomore Amber Cunha, there are not enough hours in a day. Like many students, Cunha is just another member of the circus life called college. She walks on a thin tightrope juggling classwork, friends, family, work, and everyday stressors.
Between being a criminal justice and legal studies double major while working two jobs, dealing with the burden of finances is just another part of Cunha’s to-do list. More…
Shanique Reid – 1851 Staff
Every weekday, he begins his shift at 8 a.m. When passing the dull-eyed students
who regrettably registered for early classes, he offers a smile and a delectable treat. Although his job is to merely prepare and serve meals, he offers much more to the Lasell community than food.Coined as ‘the guy with the dreads,’ Sodexo employee Camichael Richards provides a sense of happiness and delight throughout campus with his sincere smile and friendliness. More…
Lasell students who participated in the conference visited a Hershey store in Canada. (Photo by Tabatha Torres)
Krista DeJulio – 1851 Staff
The Lasell Honors Program traveled to Niagara Falls, New York this month to participate in an annual conference showcasing their achievements and work. The conference, known as Northeast Regional Honors Council Conference, had colleges and their Honors Program members from all over the Northeast participate. More…
The Senior Citizens Prom was introduced for the first time and put on by Courtney Braman and Lasell’s Hope for Humanity Club. Here are some photos by Danielle Cutillo of the event.