Courtney Taylor is interning for the Massachusetts Breast Cancer Coalition and is helping people learn about breast cancer prevention.Photo Courtesy of Cheryl Osimo
Zac Vierra– Co-Editor-in-Chief
This summer the Massachusetts Breast Cancer Coalition (MBCC) will hold its annual Against the Tide swim, walk, run, and kayak fundraising events for breast cancer prevention. Former Lasell student Courtney Taylor has been working as a Special Events and Outreach intern for the MBCC, a cause that for her hits close to home.
Taylor graduated from Lasell in May of 2012 with a bachelor’s degree in marketing and in September of 2012 she started interning for the MBCC.
“What I find the most fascinating about MBCC is the fact that they have such a unique goal of preventing breast cancer. So many other organizations help raise funds to treat it, but MBCC is determined to stop this disease before it even starts,” said Taylor. “I have seen the millions of lives affected by breast cancer, and being able to be a part of a movement that is trying to put a halt to such wide-spread epidemic is really an honor.” More…
Over spring break Zach Gray, the Sports Editor of The 1851 Chronicle, decided to get a “Lassell College Sub” from West Newton Pizza. Here is his review of the sub for your enjoyment.
Photos by Will Dempsey
Natalie Kfoury – Co-Editor-in-Chief
Over President’s Day Weekend, a group of 10 Lasell Resident Assistants traveled to the New Jersey seacoast for three days where they aided relief efforts. The group, led and organized by Residential Life Area Coordinator Patricia “Trish” Moran and junior Kevin Moloney, worked with AmeriCorps volunteers and Sister Jean’s Soup Kitchen, a hunger relief agency in New Jersey. More…
Senior Bailey Carr (right), poses with singer/songwriter Ellie Goulding (center) at her concert at the House of Blues Boston in January. Photo courtesy of Bailey Carr
Kristina Kaufmann – Photo Editor
In late January, senior Bailey Carr attended an Ellie Goulding concert at the House of Blues in Boston and had the opportunity to meet the artist in person. Carr won this opportunity from a radio contest through Boston’s 103.3 AMP Radio. More…
Zac Vierra – Co-Editor-in-Chief
When “The Today Show” aired live in Boston in mid-February, hundreds of fans lined up at Faneuil Hall Marketplace to watch the show in action. Some of those fans might have noticed two college students around the set running errands. Those college students were Lasell’s Ryan McFadden and Tim Doherty, a pair of Communication majors. Thanks to Professor Michael Burns, McFadden and Doherty got a chance to work for “The Today Show” for two days.
Michael burns (left), a lasell professor and advisor, previously worked for “the today show” where he covered the olympic Games in london and worked with Mitt romney. he has also had the opportunity to travel with athlete Michael Phelps.Photo By Ryan McFadden
Elizabeth Haela – 1851 Staff
Michael Burns is more than a professor and advisor at Lasell College, he’s a success story. Although this is his first year teaching, Dr. Burns has traveled internationally to cultivate his career and is currently one of Lasell’s youngest faculty members at age 30. More…