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.


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.


Freshman Megan Stella competes in Irish dancing worldwide Reply

By Shannon Hart – Contributing Writer

Placing 14th at the World Irish Dancing Championships in Glasgow, Scotland, freshman Megan Stella has been dancing for 15 years and reaching for her goals ever since she started. Stella has qualified and will compete at the World Championships this coming April in Dublin, Ireland for McInerney School of Irish Dance.


Freshman Megan Stella has been competing globally in Irish dancing for most of her life. She studies athletic training and is a member of the women’s track and field & cross country teams. 


Making honors a piece of cake Reply


Sophomore Allie Talarico is an Honors intern working in the Putnam Faculty center. Photo by Gregg Casazza.

By Gregg Casazza – Contributing Writer

Allie Talarico explains what it’s like to be in the Honors Program, a Peer Mentor, and an Honors intern at Lasell College. She speaks on easing stress about components and reveals advice and opportunities for freshmen to get involved on campus.