There’s no shortage of food on campus Reply

By Emily Carroll – Contributing Writer

Lasell offers numerous options available for food on campus, and it is easy to find a suitable breakfast, lunch, dinner, or snack anywhere on campus. The photos presented here highlight various dining choices that the Lasell community can access, such as the Valentine Dining Hall, Einstein’s Bagels, “Take 3” in the Glow Lounge, and the newly innovated campus Starbucks. All photos by Emily Carroll.

 

Fairy tales come to life in Shrek the Musical Reply

By Colin Froment – News Editor/Web Content Producer

The Drama Club presented “Shrek the Musical” as this year’s fall musical from Thursday, November 16 to Sunday, November 19. Students sang and danced as some of the most well-known fairy tale creatures from the “Shrek” franchise. All photos by Colin Froment.

Science and Technology Center finishes renovations Reply

By Colin Froment – News Editor/Web Content Producer

The Science and Technology Center building officially opened for classes on November 1, but the building is now officially complete with the additions of Starbucks and the new Donahue Bookstore. The photos below highlight the brand new features of Lasell’s latest academic building. All photos taken by Colin Froment.

Once upon a parking spot Reply

By Taylor Fallon-McMahon – Contributing Writer

If one were to ask a Lasell student what the institution’s biggest downfall is, it is highly likely that they would say the parking. Every morning students and staff struggle to find parking on campus, and need to resort to other options, all while making it to class at the correct time. Many other schools around the area have plenty of designated spots for faculty and students at a cheap rate, assuring spots for all. All in all, Lasell needs to fix their current parking fiasco.

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Lasell’s library needs to inspire Reply

By Emily Carroll – Contributing Writer

When one imagines a college library, they think of old architecture with books lining the walls and old chairs and tables that store memories of times past. They expect a place where students can hide for hours to work on their studies until their eyes hurt from reading and their hands hurt from typing. Brennan Library is far from this ideal and instead more like a deserted, loud and disorganized eye sore. If most students have to spend the majority of their time here in the library, shouldn’t it be a quiet, sensible and beautiful environment that inspires students to do their best work?

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