Professor Eason presenting at the National Athletic Trainers Association (NATA) last year. Photo Courtesy of Christianne Eason
By Taylor Viles – 1851 Staff
It’s not often in people’s lives they get the chance to make a real difference in our profession. They try, but often come up short or lack the motivation to begin in the first place. Assistant Professor of Athletic Training and Doctor Christianne Eason is not one of these people.
Doctor Eason is one of a few Massachusetts athletic trainers heading up a bill to make their profession more accessible. “Athletic trainers are healthcare professionals,” said Eason.
Dubem Oakfar addressing Glitter’s crowd.
By Madison Raffone – Copy Editor
On Oct. 30 at 7 p.m. in the IC3, Gliter’s energy overtook the space, with students nearly overflowing the room. Similar to an open mic, students were able to come and enjoy or perform anything they’d like on stage. Junior Dubem Okafor started Glitter in his first year at Lasell.
By Olivia Fernandes – 1851 Staff
Marilynn-Leigh Francis (left) with mother, Marilynn Francis, (right).
Photo by Liv P. Fernandes
At the Arnow Campus Center, a full house of students attended Lasell’s first Indigenous People’s Day Celebration hosted by junior Duffy Martin in collaboration with Lasell’s Donahue Institute. The speakers of the event were one of the remaining Lobster Women Marilynn-Leigh Francis and mother Marilynn Francis, who taught Marilynn-Leigh the way of the Lobster People. More…
By Katie Peters & Casey DiBari – Arts Editor & Opinion Editor
Students wait in long line to order food from the 1851 late-night option. Photo by Katie Peters.
When students returned this September, they were met with a surprise when they arrived at The 1851 Grill to get their late-night dinner. Instead of the usual meal swipe for anything on the menu under $7.99, students learned that was only an option for five items; everything else they had to pay for with dining dollars.