Shuttle driver brightens students’ days 1

Rob Davis, one of Lasell’s shuttle drivers, is known around campus for his friendly attitude. Photo By Zach Gray

By Zach Gray – Sports Editor

Every weekday, between the hours of 5 p.m. and 2 a.m., he drives around campus. His job is to transport students to various locations, as he con­tributes to Lasell’s free shuttle service. He may not know every student on campus and every student may not know him, but Robert Davis will greet ev­ery passenger like a longtime friend. It’s because of this friendliness that Rob has become an icon among the student body. More…

Preparation kept campus safe in wake of Sandy Reply

By Zac Vierra – Co-Editor-in-Chief

Mother Nature can be one of the most unpre­dictable forces on Earth. It is impossible to know the strength of a natural disaster until sometimes it is too late. Luckily, Lasell has an emergency man­agement and action plan ready in preparation for such an event. This preparation helped keep cam­pus safe during the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy. More…

Hurricane hits close to home Reply

Natalie Kfoury – Co-Editor-in-Chief

While Hurricane Sandy’s effects on Lasell and the Newton area were relatively minor, many mem­bers of the Lasell community are from or have rela­tives living in the areas where Sandy made a bigger impact. Students and faculty members struggled with worry regarding the well-being of their loved ones and houses back home. More…

Exhibit hangs domestic violence out to dry Reply

The Clothesline Project is displayed outside Valentine Dining Hall in October, which is Domestic Violence Month. The project was sponsored by the Justice Studies department and the Domestic Violence Advocacy and Prevention Club. Photo By Kristina Kaufmann

Ashlyn Curley – 1851 Staff

From October 24 to 26, different colored T-shirts hung on display outside Valentine Din­ing Hall. The display, known as The Clothesline Project, was sponsored by the Justice Studies Department and the Domestic Vio­lence Advocacy and Prevention Club to bring awareness to the issue of domestic violence. More…

It’s not crazy, it’s sports 3

Zach Gray – Sports Editor

Every great player or coach possesses the drive to train as hard as they can to become the best. Whether it’s lifting in the weight room, sprints in the gym, or practice on the field, these athletes and coaches prepare themselves for the challenges faced in sports. Though physical training is argu­ably the most effective part of preparation, many athletes and coaches have found it necessary to prepare themselves with rituals or routines. These rituals are commonly known as superstitions. More…

Historical season comes to an end Reply

Mike Skelton1851 Staff

The Lasell women’s soccer team had their historical season come to an end Sunday in the second round of the NCAA tournament against Brandeis. In a hotly contested battle, the Brandeis Judges came away with a 3-0 victory.

Just a day after a monumental win over nationally ranked Amherst, the Lasers couldn’t create the same type of magic against Brandeis. More…