By Meghan Carroll & Adam Hallenbeck – 1851 Staff & Sports Editor
First-year Andrew Froio takes second place in the shot put event at the Greater North- eastern Athletic Conference indoor track championships on Feb. 16.Photo Courtesy of Andrew Froio.
Lasell men’s track and field has been having a spectacular season, filled with outstand- ing performances, specifically the breaking of three school records at Greater Boston Invitational at Harvard University on Jan. 19.
L-R: Associate Vice President Steve Bloom, Dean Helena Santos and Provost Jim Ostrow prepare to make their exit in the next few months. Photos by Madison Raffone & Casey Dibari
L-R: Associate Provost Jim Ostrow, Dean Helena Santos and Vice President Steve Bloom prepare to make their exit in the next few months. Photos by Madison Raffone & Casey DiBari.
By Casey Dibari & Madison Raffone– Opinion Editor & Copy Editor
By the end of this academic year, the university will be going through another major change. Starting in March, Assistant Vice President and Dean of Academic Success Helena Santos will retire after 14 years. Provost Jim Ostrow and Associate Vice President Steven Bloom will also retire later this year. Both Associate Vice President Bloom and Provost Ostrow have been at Lasell for 20 years.
By Adam Hallenbeck, Claire Crittendon & Taylor Viles – Sports Editor, Features Editor and 1851 Staff
The Athletic Center remains hollow at the beginning of the first home game back in front of a populated Lasell campus for the men’s volleyball team. Photo Courtesy of Adam Hallenbeck.
Students sit and watch from the bleachers within the Legion of Blue, Lasell’s traditional fan section within the gymnasium. Photo Courtesy of Adam Hallenbeck.
For prospective students, a strong athletic department can be the reason for choosing a particular school. Lasell’s Athletic website reflects this idea, saying “Athletics are considered an integral part of sound educational experience with the goal to have each student-athlete strive to reach his or her potential, on and off the field.”
Right in Newton Centre, Little Big Diner is a modern restaurant that offers a variety of homey food. The size offers a more intimate setting, and whether or not it is crowded, you can easily hold a conversation with whoever you came with or sit comfortably in silence as you enjoy your meal.
Anna Sarneso serving at one of many registration drives to spread voter awareness around campus, hosted by Lasell Votes. Photo Courtesy of Adam Hallenbeck.
By Adam Hallenbeck – Sports Editor
When are the primary elections? How do I register to vote? What is an absentee ballot? All of these questions and more are founding pillars to the new campus initiative, Lasell Votes.
Lasell Votes is a nonpartisan initiative working to increase voter engagement, awareness and education both on and off-campus. The goal of this initiative is to help students identify their political voice as a part of who they are and be able to do so in a safe environment.
Laundry is an unavoidable part of living away from home. Though it may be a small hassle and cost some money, it still has to get done at some point. The original way of paying for laundry was via the swipe of a card. Now with the new laundry system, it may just make it easier for some students to get their laundry done by eliminating the plastic cards and enabling students to pay through an app.
Podcast Host Joshua Womler is back at it again with the latest sports news for Lasers. Here is all you need to know about Lasell sports teams this week on campus. Click on the link below and join our 1851 member in his nine-minute update!