By Morgan Duquette, Ally Kirck & Will DeSousa – 1851 ContributorsContinue reading “Resident v. Remote at Lasell University”
By Claire Crittendon & Kaie Quigley – Co-Editor-in-Chief & Features Editor
Falling in line with the rest of campus, The Office of Residential Life (ResLife) was not immune to the effects of COVID-19.Continue reading “ResLife undergoes changes due to virus”
By Bailey Klingaman – Digital Editor
The Career Development Center has introduced after hour drop-in sessions in efforts to be more available to students. Therefore, they are now providing options for students outside of typical business hours. The goal of this extension is to accommodate students unable to access Career Center resources during the day.Continue reading “Career Development Center available after hours”
By Kaie Quiqley, Taylor Viles & Rayana Petrone – Features Editor, Sports Editor & 1851 Contributor
Students will have to adapt to a slew of changes in order to ensure their learning continues this fall at Lasell University. The Department of Health Services has worked tirelessly to ensure the safety of every member of the community. The university is committed to providing the best possible in-person experience for new and returning students, and has put together a plan that has resulted in very low COVID cases on campus thus far.Continue reading “Pandemic brings testing, changes to campus”
By Holly Feola & Katie Peters – Opinions Editor and Co-Editor-in-Chief
For decades, the second Monday of every October in the United States has been reserved as a way to pay tribute to Christopher Columbus’s arrival in the Bahamas. The holiday named after this Italian colonizer has since become a controversial subject.Continue reading “Decolonizing the narrative about Indigenous people”
By: Josh Wolmer– 1851 Staff
Although there hasn’t been much that’s been going on in the Lasell sports spectrum, Josh Wolmer interviews Class of 2020 graduate student, Massimo Cugno, about his experiences as a track star and why he chose to continue being a Laser within his graduate year.
Listen to Wolmer’s podcast: https://www.buzzsprout.com/849349/5963152
Althorughout month of October, Chartwells gave the Valentine Dining Hall a creepy transformation having spooky decor greet Lasers at every turn. Chartwells once again gave the dining hall an outstanding spine-chilling makeover with not only decorations but also creative haunted food names for Lasers to choose from.
Photos were taken by Digital Editor Ruth KehindeContinue reading “Halloween knocks on Valentine Dining Hall’s door step”
By Caroline St. Croix– 1851 Contributor
With the 2020 election coming up on November 3, the electoral college will be used to directly elect our future president of the United States. The Electoral College is an important aspect of American democracy and needs to be preserved. According to USA.gov, the candidate who gets the most popular votes wins the electoral votes for that state. Therefore, the candidate receives that number of electors in the Electoral College. Many people argue that the system is no longer needed but I believe that the Electoral College keeps our Presidential system in line.Continue reading “The importance of the Electoral College”