Designing with Professor Vallely Reply

By Jessica Lindell – Contributing Writer

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Professor Anne Vallely showcases her office collection. Photo by Jessica Lindell

Professor Anne Vallely is one of the most influential professors in the fashion department. Her call to fashion first came from designing her own dresses as a young age before becoming experienced in modeling and fashion retail. She currently balances teaching fashion and an interior design occupation.

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Fitness by Foss Reply

By Connor O’Brien – Contributing Writer

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Senior Dillon Foss enjoys a healthy workout drink underneath his personal  pull-up bar. Photo by Connor O’Brien.

Lasell  senior Dillan Foss understands the importance of keeping in shape. He combines diet with consistent weight training and exercise to keep himself healthy. As a personal trainer, Foss needs to know how to get his clients the best results, and getting them to eat right is a big part of his process.

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Exploration conquers fear Reply

By Alex Balletto – Copy Editor

Sarah Driscoll in her International Services office. Photo by Alex Balletto

Sarah Driscoll, Director of International Services, talks traveling during uncertain times and the International Services Department. The department deals with domestic students who want to spend a semester in a different country and with F1 international students studying in the US on a visa.

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The man who helps all voices be heard Reply

By Irish Noel – 1851 Staff

Picture of Jesse Tauriac, second from left, speaking at the most recent Diversity and Inclusion Committee meeting. Photo by Irish Noel.

Jesse Tauriac is a Psychology Professor, Director of the Donahue Institute, as well as Lasell’s very own Diversity and Inclusion Officer. In addition to these roles, he is focused on social justice issues as well as helping Lasell students find their voices when it comes to fighting for the change that they strive to see.

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Let’s get Phallic! Reply

By Irish Noel – 1851 Staff

Sharyn Lowenstein holds up a “peace” hand gesture while sitting in her office. Photo by Irish Noel.

For 16 years Sharyn Lowenstein has been advocating and bringing attention to social justice movements, gender issues, and the LGBT community on campus. She continues to do so by inviting the group known as Phallacies to the school.

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