Netflix has an eye of a tiger or two

 By Michael Maruk- 1851 Staff

After watching one of Netflix’s new hit series, “Tiger King,” it is safe to say anyone with access to a camera and an interesting story can attract a wide audience fast. Over the past few years, Netflix has released a number of documentaries involving different themes such as informational, silly and murder mystery. However, only a few ever catch a high level of viewership.

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Interning from home is invaluable in the job search

By Emily Long- Digital Editor

One of the biggest parts of the Lasell experience for students is completing an internship. So, what happens when a global pandemic sweeps through and forces you to work from home? For many Lasell students, we packed up our work laptops and set them up at our bedroom desks to continue our internships remotely. While it isn’t ideal, having a work-from-home experience now is a skill not many interns get, and one that can be invaluable in your job search process. 

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Feel the Malarkey

By Bailey Klingaman1851 Staff

On April 13, Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders publicly endorsed his former opponent Joe Biden as the Democratic Presidential Nominee. While both politicians have masses of democrats supporting them, a significant amount of Bernie’s followers are college students and millennials.

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The pros of social distancing

By Ruth Kehinde- Digital Editor

As COVID-19 has spread around the world, Americans have not only been stuck in quarantine but have also been practicing “social distancing.” Social distancing is an act of remaining six feet apart to prevent any type of contact for the coronavirus to spread vastly from person to person. With being stuck inside, it may seem as if this whole situation is filled with nothing but melancholy, but there’s actually more to this social distancing than it’s given credit for.

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Learning to trust is a must

By Adam HallenbeckSports Editor 

Now, I could try and brief you on why the world is collapsing at its seams. With COVID-19 continuing to spread around the world, everyone now fears for the worst. The economy is collapsing, travel bans are being installed all over the world and people are beginning to panic, as humankind may see its biggest pandemic in human history. Borders have never meant more than they do today. Every minute, the world folds in on itself.

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Interns deserve better

By Claire CrittendonFeatures Editor 

Every Lasell student is required to complete at least one internship before graduating. While it used to be that students here were unable to accept paid internship positions, that is thankfully no longer the case. But, even now that students may obtain programs offering monetary compensation now, many aren’t lucky enough to nail one down.

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Intelligence doesn’t come in a form of numbers

By Ruth Kehinde- Digitial Editor

GPAs are calculated through various numbers from grades and weight on assignments, that are then divided by the number of credits from each of those classes. Although this is the way GPAs are formed, it seems to be the way of how students are able to apply each of those numbers in their favor to “play the game” of having all of those aspects add up to a score. So instead of measuring a student’s intelligence, it measures performance.  Continue reading “Intelligence doesn’t come in a form of numbers”

185-whatever!

By Emily LongDigital Editor

If you were to ask any college student in America what year their college was founded, they might have to think for a second. For some, they might not even know. If you asked any Lasell University student what year their college was founded, the answer might just fly out of their mouth, “1851!”

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