Lasell students and faculty strive for peace pole Reply

Elizabeth Haela- 1851 Staff

Next fall, a peace pole will be arriving on campus due to the efforts of human rights classes taught by Denny Frey and Edward Sieh. Students have been working diligently to introduce this structure to the Lasell community. The progress this year has led to the group raising over $400 for their project and spreading their awareness campaign throughout the student body. More…

Lasell women’s lacrosse team takes GNAC crown in last minute thriller Reply

Photos By Kristina Kaufmann

Brandon ChaseManaging Editor

After losing to Norwich University in the 2012 Great Northeast Athletic Conference (GNAC) championship game, the women’s lacrosse team avenged last year’s loss to take the 2013 title by defeating Simmons College in thrilling fashion, 15-14 on Sunday, April 28.

Junior Britney Wuorio scored the game-winning goal with 16 seconds remaining to help the Lasers capture their first GNAC championship. More…

Photos: 2013 Relay for Life Reply

Brandon ChaseManaging Editor

The Lasell community came together on Friday, April 26 to participate in the college’s third annual Relay for Life. More than 20 teams were a part of the event, which early totals indicate, raised more than $13,000 for cancer research. Events throughout the 12-hour event, which lasted from 7 p.m. Friday to 7 a.m. Saturday, included dancing, a Wii Sports competition, a pie-eating contest, and Zumba at 5 a.m. Check out the photo gallery below to see all the happenings from this fun and emotional night. All photos were taken by Managing Editor Brandon Chase.

Ashley Slattery finishes lacrosse career strong Reply

Zachary Gray Sports Editor

As the 2013 women’s lacrosse season comes to a close, so does the impressive career of senior Ashley Slattery. The center from Weymouth achieved several career milestones, including scoring her 200th career goal and breaking the college’s career points record of 322. The exercise science major has been an important part of the team, as pointed out by both her coach and teammates. More…

When the innocence is lost 1

Zachary Gray Sports Editor

The truth is I didn’t want to write this column. Not after the tragic events that took place on Monday, April 15, 2013. Every news outlet had continuous coverage of the Boston Marathon bombings, showing the footage on repeat and sharing the photos of chaos. It’s hard to avoid it, especially when the Marathon route practically goes through campus. More…