Take Back the Night empowers survivors Reply

By Danielle Hogan – 1851 Staff

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Lasell held “Take Back the Night” in de Witt Hall on November 29, giving survivors the opportunity to share their stories about sexual and domestic violence. Photo by Michael Bueno

Over 300 students gathered in de Witt Hall for “Take Back the Night” on November 29, 2017.  At the event, many gathered to support survivors of domestic and sexual violence.

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Fashion communication students deserve more attention Reply

By Paris Adams – 1851 Staff

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Illustration by Paris Adams

Communication and promotion are essential to the fashion industry, which is heavily influenced by how brands and products are perceived by the consumer. When Lasell began offering a concentration on the subject in 2010, it grew quickly as students flocked to the program. However, students who choose to major in fashion communication and promotion are often neglected by the department and they deserve far more attention. More specifically, there should be a greater focus on industry connections, coursework, and events within the fashion communication field.

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Sport Management Day debut Reply

By Leanne Signoriello & Cassidy Murray – Features Editor & Sports Editor

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(L to R) Junior AJ Lajoie, Director of Sports and Operations for Bay State Games Peter Leclerc, senior David Harwood, President and CEO of Boys and Girls Club and President of the New England Patriots Charitable Foundation Josh Kraft, Director of Operations for the John M. Barry Boys and Girls Club Michael Finnegan, and senior Kelsey Hagan. Photo by Cassidy Murray.

Lasell hosted its first Sport Management Day on Tuesday, November 14. Like COM Day and Hospitality Day, the one-day event was open to all students, though the events and panels were tailored to sport management majors.

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