Majors that are no longer major Reply

Holly Feola & Taylor VilesNews Editor & 1851 Staff

Over the past few years, the university has seen changes in the majors offered to students. The higher education system is evolving and some programs have either been restructured or removed. However, when such changes are made, there is a process to determine how programs are assessed. More…

Lasers Rock IBS NYC 2020 Reply

By Claire Crittendon – Features Editor

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From L-R, Victoria Spellman, Kathleen McHale, Nora Ortegas, Robby Rowe, Allie Clancy, Taylor Viles, Matt Berentsen, and Elliette Barrows pictured at the IBS NYC conference. Photo courtesy of Taylor Viles. 

From March 6-8, eight select members of WLAS and Lasell Community Television (LCTV) and advisor of both clubs, Dr. Brian Wardya, attended the Intercollegiate Broadcast System (IBS) 2020 conference held in New York City.

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More thoughtful move-in needed Reply

By Emily Long & Madison RaffoneDigital Editor & Copy Editor

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Illustration by Robby Rowe

On Tuesday, January 21, students moved back into their dorms from winter break. Registration was held in the STC from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., leaving a short amount of time for students to get back to campus and register. Although many students were excited to return and see their friends, getting back to campus was far from simple. Between coordinating transportation, getting to campus in time for enrollment confirmation and schedule conflicts, move-in day needs to be more inclusive.

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Is America’s Pastime in America’s future? Reply

By Taylor Viles1851 Staff

Back in January, Major League Baseball (MLB) sent the Houston Astros their punishments for their role in 2017’s sign-stealing scandal, which lead to their 2017 World Series win. The controversy came forth after former Astros pitcher, Mike Fiers, sat down with known sportswriters from “The Athletic” and spilled the beans.

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