Photos: Memorials for the Boston bombings Reply

Photos By Kristina Kaufmann & Zac Vierra

Since the bombings at the finish line of the Boston Marathon on April 15, people have shown their respects for the victims in different places across in the Greater Boston Area. Two memorials, which are pictured above, include Boylston Street in Boston and the Johnny Kelley statue at the corner of Commonwealth Avenue and Walnut Street in Newton.

Laser show blog: Fenway’s perfect day Reply

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Zac VierraCo-Editor-in-Chief

I’ve always wanted to witness a perfect game in person. It is one of the rarest feats in baseball. So far I’ve had no luck. But today I witnessed something better: a perfect day at the ballpark.

This has officially been the longest week in the history of time. I think everyone that lives in the Boston area feels the same way. And to think it hasn’t even been a week since the bombings. Like everyone else I felt the biggest sigh of relief when I heard that Suspect #2 was captured alive last night. Finally it felt safe again.

Before I went to bed I knew I had to be at today’s Sox game. I just knew it was going to be a special day at the ballpark. For me there was no better way to start the path to normalcy in Boston than going to my favorite place in the city: Fenway. So I bought a single ticket.

I couldn’t be more happy with my decision. It might have been the most memorable game I have ever been to. More…

Storify: Boston Marathon bombings shock Lasell community Reply

Brandon ChaseManaging Editor

Throughout the Greater Boston area, Marathon Monday is supposed to be a day of celebration, cheering on the thousands of runners who make the 26.2-mile trek from Hopkinton to Copley Square. However, Marathon Monday 2013 will not be remembered because of the race. When two bombs exploded near the finish line, the City of Boston and its surrounding communities went into a state of panic, frantically attempting to get in touch with loved ones either running the marathon or lined up along its route.

As the story continued to develop, members of the Lasell College community took to Twitter to express their sentiments on the day’s events. Many used the hashtag #PrayForBoston, while others were worried about Professor Neil Hatem and Athletic Trainer Chris Troyanos. Hatem was running and was 4-5 blocks from the finish line at the time of the explosions. Troyanos was volunteering as a trainer in Copley Square, but was also unharmed.

Click the image below to read a compilation of tweets by Lasell students, staff, and faculty as they put their thoughts on Monday’s events into words.

A Storify compilation of tweets by Lasell community members as they learned more about the Boston Marathon bombings.

A Storify compilation of tweets by Lasell community members as they learned more about the Boston Marathon bombings.

Laser Show Blog: Some people to keep an eye out for on Marathon Monday Reply

Zac VierraCo-Editor-in-Chief 

It’s here Lasers, Marathon Monday, the day Lasell students dream of all year. Although most students will be embarking on their own personal marathons consisting of adult beverages, thousands of people have decided that running 26.2 miles is a good idea. Here is a list of some people to keep an eye out for while watching the runners take the turn from Route 16 to Comm Ave. More…

Crime Log: March 24, 2013 – April 4, 2013 Reply

Kayli Hertel1851 Staff

On Monday, March 25 police responded to the odor of marijuana at McClelland Hall at 9:10 pm. Judicial sanctions were given.

Monday, March 25 police responded to a fire alarm at Karandon House at 5:43 am. This was a fire alarm reset.

Tuesday, March 26 police reported an unwanted person at Winslow Building at 2 pm. This case is closed.

At 2:30 pm on Tuesday, March 26 police reported missing items at The Suites. This case is still under investigation. More…