The “Make your voice heard” mural in Wolfe which was designed by the Graphic Design Club. Photo By Kristina Kaufmann
By Michelle Burke – Copy Editor
The “Make Your Voice Heard” campaign is spreading voting awareness through numerous events this month and is asking for student involvement.
The Donahue Institute has paired with Newton Women’s League representative, Sharyn Roberts, to get students to register to vote before the November 6 Presidential Election. More…
Alastair Moock (right) performing along with his friend Jamie (left) in the Yamawaki Auditorium in honor of Woody Guthrie. On the projection is a photograph of Woody Guthrie.
Photo by: Morgan Brittney Austin
By Morgan Brittney Austin – 1851 Staff
Folk musician and song writer, Alastair Moock, 39, captivated an audience of students and elderly on September 23, 2012 at 12:20 p.m. at the Yamawaki Auditorium as he performed Woody Guthrie’s most famous songs in celebration of his 100th anniversary.
“That’s what this program is about: celebrating his legacy,” said Moock. More…
By Kaitlyn Quinn – 1851 Staff
Arianna Cote is now finding more time to spend on her school work. Without a constant field hockey schedule in her life, she appreciates the time she has to complete her work. More…
By Michelle Burke – 1851 Staff
Lasell’s election awareness team has upcoming events for the November Presidential Election with National Voter Registration Day on September 25 and the Presidential Debate on October 3. The slogan, “Make Your Voice Heard,” is encouraging everyone on campus to take part in the election process. More…
Williams, third from right, with the other contestants from this season of Project Runway. Photo courtesy of starpulse.com
By Natalie Kfoury – Co-Editor-In-Chief
Five years after graduating from Lasell, Sonjia Williams is making a name for herself in the fashion world. Williams, a member of the class of 2007, is a contestant on the current season of Project Runway and is making a strong impact on the show. But before she took her talents to TV, Williams had a memorable presence at Lasell. More…
The new, renovated, and improved Valentine Dining Hall went through a summer of changes including new serving stations, dining options, furniture, and light fixtures. Photo By Kristina Kaufmann
By Brandon Chase – Managing editor
After more than a year of planning, waiting and construction, the newly-renovated Valentine Dining Hall opened its doors to all students for the first time on Sept. 3.
The new design is quite a departure from the old cafeteria, with amenities such as a fireplace at the main entrance, updated furniture and a new “sports grille” in the 1851 room which is home to 11 new flat screen TVs. More…
By Natalie Kfoury – Co-Editor-In-Chief
The Lasell College Drama Club, Scribe Tribe, announced “Spring Awakening” as its fall production, with auditions to be held in Yamawaki Auditorium on September 19 from 6 to 8 p.m. and September 20 from 5 to 6:30 p.m. The musical will be directed by Hortense Gerardo.
“Spring Awakening,” which was featured on the acclaimed television show, Glee, is a rock musical with music by Duncan Sheik and book and lyrics by Steven Sater. It is based on a play written in 1891 by Frank Wedekind. The original play was banned due to its honest portrayal of controversial material. Gerardo said that “Spring Awakening,” a coming-of-age musical about the challenges that teenagers face, will not be a production geared towards younger audiences due to the adult subject matter. More…
Kristen Gallo-Zdunowski, pictured performing in the “Vagina Monologues,” will be leaving her post as the Assistant Director of Student Activities this summer. ~Photo by Kristina Kaufmann
By Jake Bell — 1851 Staff
Kristen Gallo-Zdunowski has been a beloved member of the Lasell community since her first day in August 2008 as the Asst. Director of Student Activities. “I will always remember being introduced to as many people as possible on my first day and after only two or three hours I got a quick and comfortable feel for the campus,” Gallo-Zdunowski said.
As another semester comes to a close, so does Gallo-Zdunowski’s time at Lasell, as she’s set to begin a new chapter in her life and professional career. More…