The Beautiful Stuff Project is truly something beautiful

By Rebecca Osowski – 1851 Contributor

The Beautiful Stuff Project’s storefront located at 511 Medford St. in Somerville.
Photo courtesy of Marina Seevak

The Beautiful Stuff Project is a mission to “inspire creativity and increase access to play and the arts through reuse,” an idea that runs true through their unique treasure box curriculum. 

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COVID-19 vaccine mandated for fall 2021 placed

By Kait Bedell – News Editor

Staff members received the COVID-19 vaccine during the on campus clinic. Since then, Lasell has decided to mandate the vaccine for all students in the fall.
Photo courtesy of Ian Meropol

The COVID-19 vaccine will be required for all students attending in the fall of 2021. The news was announced in an email from President Michael Alexander on April 14.

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Campus is not handicap accessable

Alexandra White1851 Staff

Last year on campus I was walking to my class at the Science and Technology building when I saw a handicapped student being helped down the stairs to the building by other students. While this was a very heartwarming moment, I couldn’t help but wonder why there were very few pathways for disabled students to get to their classes. Since then, I have seen this several times on campus. Students who are physically handicapped struggle to travel around campus just to get to their classes or even the dining hall.

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Laser’s earn athletic honors in April

By Kaie QuigleyFeatures Editor

Jordan McComb carries the ball upfield for the Lasers in the team’s second game versus Dean College.
Photo by Mike Maruk

Throughout the past month, eight student-athletes have been recognized by the Great Northeast Athletic Conference (GNAC) for outstanding performances in their respective sports. Members of the baseball, softball, and men’s and women’s lacrosse teams were given the conference honors.

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A well deserved “Thank You” I never got to give

By Kaie QuigleyFeatures Editor

Former “Life Changer of the Year” nominee, Amanda DeBisschop speaks at Leland & Gray Union High School’s graduation in 2018 after the yearbook was dedicated to her by the graduating class.
Photo courtesy of Linda Sperry, The Brattleboro Reformer

As I was transitioning into high school in 2015, I began to ask my older friends about some teachers and classes. Which ones to take and, more importantly, which to avoid. I began to notice a pattern: most of my friends didn’t really “enjoy” any classes they had taken… Unless the class was led by a particular teacher— “Ms. D.” I would come to find out that Ms. D was the best in the business: everyone’s favorite teacher, many students’ friend. Appearing to vanish in the blink of an eye, Amanda DeBisschop will be sorely missed in my high school community.

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