Campus Police cracks down as parking violations increase

By Kait Bedell & Josh Wolmer – News Editor and 1851 Contributor

Campus Police cracks down on ticketing unregistered and incorrectly parked vehicles on campus as parking violations increase. Photo by Josh Wolmer

After an increase in parking violations, Lasell’s parking office announced on February 28 that there would be some drastic changes to Lasell’s parking policies beginning in March. 

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New living and learning community on environmental justice

By Claire Crittendon – Co-Editor-in-Chief

Chandler House on Maple St might be the first residence hall to house student members of the new Environmental Justice Living and Learning Community. Photo by Claire Crittendon

On February 28, President Alexander announced he and Professor Stephen Sarikas will be founding a new project called The Environmental Justice Living and Learning Community (EJLLC).

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Speed of Change progress and plan for next five years

By Hanna Babek, Alexandra White & Harley Lacardo – 1851 Contributors

Graphic by Felipe Bida

On January 31, President Michael Alexander updated the Lasell community on the Speed of Change plan created in Spring 2021. This plan details what changes the Lasell administration would like to see within the next five years, and the steps they will take to create those changes.

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Men’s Lacrosse breaks out against Dean

By Rebecca Osowski – Features Editor

Photos by Joe Giacco

The Lasers defeated the Dean College Bulldogs on Wednesday afternoon with a score of 15-8, moving to 3-5 on the season and 2-0 in Great Northeastern Athletic Conference play.

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Women’s lacrosse takes loss in heavy snow versus Vikings

By Karissa Gaughan – 1851 Contributor

Photos by Karissa Gaughan

The women’s lacrosse team played through heavy snow on Thursday during their first non-conference matchup of the year against Salem State University.

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