Making honors a piece of cake Reply

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Sophomore Allie Talarico is an Honors intern working in the Putnam Faculty center. Photo by Gregg Casazza.

By Gregg Casazza – Contributing Writer

Allie Talarico explains what it’s like to be in the Honors Program, a Peer Mentor, and an Honors intern at Lasell College. She speaks on easing stress about components and reveals advice and opportunities for freshmen to get involved on campus.

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Chronicle’d Podcast: Episode 2, SID and assistant women’s soccer coach Emily Machado Reply

Emily Machado, Sports Information Director and new assistant women’s soccer coach, joins Features editor Tristan Davis on the second episode of Chronicle’d. The two Lasers talk about Emily’s new position with the soccer team, her experience as an undergrad student athlete at Lasell, and winning the first GNAC title in women’s soccer program history.

Sarah LaClair: A Champion Survivor Reply

By Emily Machado & Joshua Kummins – Laser Pride Staff

Sarah LaClair (Belchertown, Mass.) has lived and breathed soccer for as long as she can remember. Getting ready to attend Star Goalkeeper Academy in Connecticut, she was expecting an average check-up at the doctor’s office.

As it turned out, this visit and this day would change her life.

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Looking back on Papi’s career Reply

By James Payne – 1851 Staff

In 1997, David Ortiz made his Major League Baseball (MLB) debut with the Minnesota Twins where he would spend five seasons. But he really made a name for himself right here in Boston where he has 14 unforgettable seasons. On October 2, 2016, David Ortiz will play his final regular season MLB game with the Red Sox.

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Chronicle’d Podcast: VP of Academic Affairs Jim Ostrow Reply

By Tristan Davis – Features Editor

In the premiere episode of Chronicle’d, 1851 Chronicle editor Tristan Davis sits down with Dean Ostrow to talk about fishing in the summer, parking, and other campus issues.

Modular classrooms are current success Reply

By Ryan Fitzgerald – Co-Editor-in-Chief

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Senior Nick Stasiak along with other students head toward the modular classrooms on Grove Street.

A new school year brings a new look to campus as construction continues in the area that the Wass and Wolfe buildings previously occupied. A total of four Climate Controlled Modular units have been installed on campus, two on the Grove Street parking lot area and two on the Maple Terrace parking lot area. Each contain eight classrooms with additional bathroom facilities. More…

Fall photo gallery Reply