Forever (Fashion) Forward

By Julia McNicol – 1851 Contributor

Lasell University provides more opportunity for fashion students as they have the option to study not only fashion design and fashion merchandising, but also fashion media and marketing, a major that many other schools do not offer. While Lasell did recently change the name of the fashion communication and promotion major to fashion media and marketing, this has been a major that the school has carried on for many years. Many students even tend to major in one of these and minor in another to broaden their knowledge of the fashion world.

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Men’s soccer suffers 2-0 loss to Johnson & Wales on Senior Day

By Nico Manganiello – 1851 Contributor

Seniors (from left to right) Alex Tavitian, Edson DaSilva, Kevin Pitt, Dylan Thambirasa, Nathan Smith, Youssef Danguir, Jake Ouellette, and Zack Laware gather with their friends and families as they are honored by the Laser community. Photo by Nico Manganiello

Men’s soccer celebrated senior day at Taylor Field on Saturday afternoon, however suffered a tough 2-0 loss to Johnson & Wales. The loss brings the Lasers’ conference record to a 1-7-1 as the regular season comes to a close.  

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Upgrades Made to Campus

By Alexandra White1851 Contributor 

New desks in the Winslow Academic Center classrooms. Photo by Alexandra White

Getting students back to campus this fall took many hours of preparation from the Facilities and Sustainability Management (FSM) team. FSM worked through the summer to make sure Lasell’s campus would keep students safe from COVID-19, while also bringing campus back to its pre-COVID state. 

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The First Two Weeks

By Owen Kwet1851 Contributor

Here at Lasell I have certainly connect with a handful of people. Mostly my roommate. I have anxiety so I tend to be by myself, but exploring a new environment is okay. I’m experiencing something I thought I’d never be able to do. And it feels nice. I love the food, especially the junk food. It feels like I’ve been here longer than I should be. Of course, I miss my mom and my dog Fatty. My dad too. And my brother Noah as well.

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Women’s volleyball honors Alysha Rentas, takes home win on night of remembrance

By Abi Brown – Arts Editor

The entire team joins Alysha Rentas’ mother, stepfather, and brother, and close friends on the court. Photo by Abi Brown

The women’s volleyball team faced off against Bridgewater State University on Thursday, October 7. It was also a night of remembrance for former player Alysha Rentas, who passed away on August 3 in her hometown of Athol, Mass. 

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