By Zac Vierra – Copy Editor
On Saturday, March 3, at 1:13 a.m. police responded to a report of assault and battery at the Grove Street lot. Judicial sanctions were given.
At 4:50 p.m. on Sunday, March 4, police responded to a citizen complaint at the Winslow Academic Center. The case is closed.
On Sunday, March 4, police responded to a fire alarm at Rockwell Hall at 9:10 p.m. It was determined the alarm was set off accidentally by cooking.
At 1:54 a.m. on Monday March, 5, police responded to a fire alarm at Holt Hall. The alarm was set off accidentally by cooking. More…
By Natalie Kfoury – A&E Editor
Lasell College Radio will host their second annual Marathon Monday Concert at the Van Winkle, East, West, and McClelland Quad with Philadelphia-based hip-hop artist Mason performing as the headliner. Interstate Flamez and SkyMan will be supporting acts, as voted by the students. The show will coincide with the Patriot’s Day holiday and the Boston Marathon on April 16. More…
Barney Frank will address the graduating class on May 13.
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By Casey O’Brien — News Editor
Lasell College will host Congressman Barney Frank as the 2012 Commencement Speaker. Frank, a Democratic Representative for Massachusetts, will deliver the commencement address at graduation on May 13. More…
By Casey O’Brien — News Editor
March is Women’s History Month, and on March 6, Lasell hosted a women’s panel called the “Third Annual Intergenerational Celebration of Women’s History Month.”
The five-person panel featured women from different backgrounds: Callie Crossley, host of the “Callie Crossley Show” on Boston radio’s WGBH, LeLaina Romero, Assistant Professor of Psychology, Jenifer Drew, Associate Professor of Sociology, Peggy Ives, a Lasell Village resident, and Terri Moody, a sophomore at Lasell. More…
Zach Wahls gained fame after a speech he delivered to the Iowa House of Representatives.
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By Mary Pavlu — Features Editor
Zack Wahls did not realize standing up for what he believed in would change his world or make him a national hero and YouTube celebrity. The 20-year-old engineering student at the University of Iowa, brought up by two mothers, was asked to speak during a public forum on House Joint Resolution 6 in the Iowa House of Representatives on January 31. More…
By Brandon Chase — Opinion Editor
After raising more than $10,000 in its inaugural year at Lasell in 2011, Relay for Life will return to de Witt Hall. The event, which raises money and awareness for cancer, will begin at 7 p.m. on Friday, March 30, and conclude the following day at 7 a.m.
The relay is coordinated by the class of 2013, with junior Holly Irvin as the chair. So far, the 20 teams that make up this year’s relay have raised approximately $6,000, and the goal is to raise $10,000 before the day of the event. Junior Catie Prince, co-chair of the Entertainment Committee, said the organizers have made plenty of improvements to make this year even better.
“I think this year will be more successful just because we knew what went wrong last year and what went right, so we knew what to change,” Prince said. More…
By Briana Nestor — Managing Editor
Upon looking in the mirror, a mere 31.4 percent of students are satisfied with the image in the reflection, according to a sur vey conducted by 10 students in PS Y241 during the spring semester last year. This statistic, along with other surprising facts, was presented as part of the “For the Love of Our Bodies Speak Out,” held on March 5 in Rosen Auditorium.
“Body image is not something that is talked about openly. We wanted to create a safe space for students to talk about these issues,” said junior Tatiana Radonsky, who coordinated the event and conducted research with seniors Jessica Ahern and Katelyn Gormley, and juniors Caitlyn Pare and Bailey Carr.
There were originally 10 people working on the project, but those five women wanted to take their Participatory Action Research (PAR) project further. More…
By Natalie Kfoury, Kristina Kaufmann, and Cristobal Martinez — A&E Editor, Layout, and Contributing Writer
Fifty-six percent of Lasell students said they would re-elect President Barack Obama, and 54 percent said they expect his Republican opponent to be Mitt Romney, according to an informal survey of 220 Lasell students.
The survey was conducted last month by two sections of COM105, taught by Bar- bara Meltz, Lecturer of Communication. The results mirrored March’s Super Tuesday outcome, when Romney took the lead over his Republican primary candidates. More…