By Briana Nestor — Managing Editor
Graphic design seniors and the Graphic Design League (GDL) presented their final projects in the GDL Senior Show, held in Yamawaki Auditorium on April 24.
Students, professors, faculty, and parents of graphic designers filled the auditorium to watch a video presentation, made by senior Alissa Polillio for her final project, which detailed students’ inspirations for their final projects, and why they chose to major in graphic design. A display of the projects in the Wedeman Art Gallery and a food and drink reception followed the video presentation.
Students’ projects were conceptualized in a Senior Thesis Assignment and executed in a Senior Practicum Project, taught by Stephen Fischer, Assistant Professor of Graphic Design. The projects ranged from art campaigns to mock event planning companies to video games. More…
By Brandon Chase — Opinion Editor
At approximately 6 p.m. Tuesday evening, a water pipe burst in Winslow Academic Center, flooding the ground floor.
In an e-mail sent to the Lasell community Wednesday morning, Vice President of Academic Affairs said the damaged was “minimized due to the immediate actions of Lasell staff and the Newton Fire Department.
Despite the small amount of damage, both Campus Police and the Putnam Faculty Center will be closed until further notice. Campus Police phone lines will remain in operation and faculty with offices in Putnam will be relocated to the Technology for Learning Center beneath the library.
Assistant Vice President for Finance Diane Parker said any payments going to Campus Police, such as parking fines, can be paid in the Business Office.
By Morgan Brittney Austin – 1851 Staff
Five strangers come together to take a six-week creative acting class to find out that they have more in common than they could’ve imagined. This is the plot for “Circle Mirror Transformation,” a play that Lasell College’s Scribe Tribe Performing Arts Group performed. Annie Baker’s Obie Award winning play, “Circle Mirror Transformation,” which is an Obie Award-winning play by Annie Barker, gets its title from an improvisational drama exercise.
Watching five people lay on the floor attempting to count to 10 may seem like a slow start for an opening scene, but as the play progresses and each character’s personality begins to unfold, the pace and interest increases.
The play takes place in Shirley, VT, where four students and their instructor participate in a six-week creative acting class. Throughout the six weeks, the members engage in self-discoveries that not only help them learn about themselves, but also about each other through the exercises they engage in. More…
By Zac Vierra – Copy Editor
At 3:45 a.m. on Wednesday, March 28 police reported a verbal dispute at Rockwell Hall. The Case is closed.
On Wednesday, March 28, police responded to a fire alarm at Holt Hall a 9:12 a.m. It was determined the alarm was set off accidentally by cooking.
On Wednesday, March 28, at 6:24 p.m. police responded to a motor vehicle accident at 80 Maple Street. The Case is closed.
At 9:30 a.m. on Thursday, March 29, police reported a 94C violation at Woodland Hall. Judicial sanctions were given.
On Thursday, March 29, police reported a 94C violation at Haskell House at 1:48 p.m. Judicial sanctions were given.
At 9:20 a.m. on Saturday, March 31 police reported a motor vehicle accident at the Central Street Lot. The case is closed. More…
The Rugby Club won the Student Organization of the Year award at the 2012 Awards Banquet on April 19.
Photo by Kristina Kaufmann
By Kristina Kaufmann and Natalie Kfoury — Layout and A&E Editor
Students, faculty, administration, clubs, and organizations came together to celebrate the 2012 Awards Banquet on April 19. Presenters at the event, held in de Witt Hall, recognized students and clubs for their dedication and leadership.
In addition to presenting awards, the banquet also honored student groups, such as leadership students, peer mentors, orientation leaders, resident assistants, and athletes. More…
By Brandon Chase — Opinion Editor
Annual spring elections for the Student Government Association (SGA) were held on April 5, and the results have been released.
Juniors Carrie Kenniston and Holly Irvin will continue to hold the positions of President and Vice President of Student Affairs, repectively. Freshman Bri Robbins will remain as president of the class of 2015. Robbins said she is excited to anchor a group of students who have been so involved in their first year on campus.
“I feel very lucky to have such an active class. The class committee always tries to listen to the class of 2015 students to hear what they would like to see happen for our class,” said Robbins. “We like to give the class a variety of choices, that way we can reach to everyone.” More…
By Casey O’Brien — News Editor
Kia Rivera went to retrieve her laundry and noticed the washer had a pool of water inside, causing colors to run and ruin some of her clothes.
Why was her laundry ruined? Because the washing machine was broken.Why had nothing been done about it?
“I wrote a note to my RA because he was gone for the weekend, and later in the week, there was a note giving me a number to call. But that’s the RA’s job, not mine,” said Rivera, a sophomore.
The broken washer was just the tip of the iceberg. Each resident has a Resident Assistant, or RA, in their building. Residents are encouraged to go to their RAs with problems, but if they do, do their problems get fixed? Or do the residents avoid their RAs? More…
Students went barefoot for A Day Without Shoes.
Photo by Kristina Kaufmann
By Kristina Kaufmann — Layout
Students tromped around campus without shoes as part of A Day Without Shoes on April 10 in an effort to raise awareness of those who can’t afford shoes around the the world. The event was created in part by Tom’s Shoes.
“The awareness seems to have spread around campus from past years,” said Ginelle Gaulin-McKenzie, MACC AmeriCorps VISTA* and participant. More…