Sean Bertanza: March 2, 1990-December 20, 2012 Reply

Photo Courtesy of Laser Pride

Photo Courtesy of Laser Pride

Zach GraySports Editor

Sean Bertanza, 22 of Seymour, CT, passed away peacefully in his home on Thursday, December 20, 2012. Sean was born in Bridgeport, CT on March 2,1990 the son of Mark and Karen Minardi Bertanza. The senior was captain of the men’s basketball team, where he excelled on the court. Sean led the NCAA in all divisions in single-game scoring for the 2009-2010 season with his 55-point performance against St. Joseph’s College of Maine on February 12, 2010. More…

The name game 1

Zachary GraySports Editor

What’s in a name? When it comes down to it, a name is just letters. A name doesn’t necessarily define who we are as people, but it can be a great first impression. This is especially true in the world of sports, where names are remembered forever. More…

Vision 2017 sees new athletic center in the future Reply

“Vision 2017” includes plans for a new athletic center. One possible location for the new athletic center would be across the street from the Yamawaki Art and Cultural Center (see above). To start the project, Lasell will need 1-3 lead donors of at least $5-15 million.Digital rendering courtesy of the Office of President Alexander

Zach GraySports Editor

“Vision 2017”, Lasell’s strategic plan for improvement and renovation of the campus, includes a multi-million dollar athletic cen­ter. Although the plans are not set and the location has yet to be determined, ideas for the new athletic center continue to grow. More…

The man behind the mic Reply

Brandon ChaseManaging Editor

There are many reasons I don’t want to graduate from Lasell yet. I feel comfort­able in my surroundings and all my friends are here. However, one of the reasons is because I have the best job on campus as one of the two public address announcers for the Athletic Department. More…

Women spark interest in joining rugby club 1

Mike Skelton 1851 Staff

As the men’s rugby club continues to grow exponentially, there is now an inter­est in starting a women’s rugby club on campus as well.

During Fall Fest, there was a great amount of interest among female students in starting a rugby club. The female stu­dents have since had two meetings with representatives from the men’s rugby club about starting their own club. More…