Second annual School of Business Day provides opportunities Reply

By Madison Raffone- Copy Editor

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On March 4, Lasell University School of Business held its second annual School of Business Day, where multiple events were held throughout the day, circulating between DeWitt Hall and the Athletic Center. This included keynotes speakers, panels and workshops, a career and internship fair, and the Shark Tank competition. 

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SoCA Day gives students a chance to network Reply

Casey DiBari & Taylor Viles Opinion Editor & 1851 Staff

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On March 10, the School of Communication and the Arts held their annual networking day, which this year was rebranded as SoCA Day. As a custom, the event took place in DeWitt Hall and was attended by a slew of communication students filing in for different panels throughout the day.

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Fresh Check Day offers fresh perspectives on mental health Reply

By Emily Long- Digital Editor

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On Thursday, Feb. 20 Fresh Check Day was held in DeWitt Hall by Health Services in conjunction with the Jordan Porco Foundation and other campus offices. Fresh Check Day is an event that raises awareness of suicide and mental health on college campuses by providing a positive and safe outlet to destigmatize mental health by being made aware of the services offered around campus. 

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Interns deserve better Reply

By Claire CrittendonFeatures Editor 

Every Lasell student is required to complete at least one internship before graduating. While it used to be that students here were unable to accept paid internship positions, that is thankfully no longer the case. But, even now that students may obtain programs offering monetary compensation now, many aren’t lucky enough to nail one down.

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Racial discussions brought to Rosen Reply

By Katie Peters – Arts Editor

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On Feb. 20, in Rosen Auditorium, the Donahue Institute for Ethics, Diversity and Inclusion hosted a presentation titled “From Trayvon to 2020 and Beyond.” This hour-long talk brought guests through the history of the Movement for Black Lives from when Trayvon Martin’s murder in 2012 to today.

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Intelligence doesn’t come in a form of numbers Reply

By Ruth Kehinde- Digitial Editor

GPAs are calculated through various numbers from grades and weight on assignments, that are then divided by the number of credits from each of those classes. Although this is the way GPAs are formed, it seems to be the way of how students are able to apply each of those numbers in their favor to “play the game” of having all of those aspects add up to a score. So instead of measuring a student’s intelligence, it measures performance.  More…

Professor Golden’s discusses the evolution of marriage Reply

Holly Feola & Bailey Klingman – News Editor & 1851 Staff

On Feb. 13, Boston 25 News interviewed Associate Professor of Psychology Sarabeth Golden for a segment about the evolution of the value of marriage. The interview was conducted by Bob Dumas, Hybrid Special Projects Producer at WFXT Boston 25 News, in the Hamel House admission office. More…

Majors that are no longer major Reply

Holly Feola & Taylor VilesNews Editor & 1851 Staff

Over the past few years, the university has seen changes in the majors offered to students. The higher education system is evolving and some programs have either been restructured or removed. However, when such changes are made, there is a process to determine how programs are assessed. More…