Editor’s Corner: Text me when you get home

By Claire CrittendonCo-Editor-in-Chief

(L-R) Seniors Aster Kallman, Claire Crittendon and Nick Brown. Photo courtesy of Claire Crittendon

My college application essay was on the importance of what I called at the time, my found family. My friends, mentors, partners – people I knew would meet me with the perfect balance of patience, support, accountability, and love.

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Family, Friends, Alumni weekend is back

By Claire Crittendon, Izzy Woods & Karissa GaughanCo-Editor-in-Chief & 1851 Contributors

Family, friends and alumni flocked to campus from October 16 to 18 to reconnect with their loved ones within the Lasell community. This annual event was put on pause in 2020 to respect federal and state COVID-19 guidelines, but two weeks ago the Office of Student Activities launched three days of non-stop, in-person events.  

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Phishing scams plague campus community

By Kait Bedell & Hanna Babek – News Editor & 1851 Contributor

Campus Police and the IT Department have worked with the Lasell community in recent weeks in an attempt to keep people’s personal information secure amidst phishing email scams. Photo by Kait Bedell

In recent weeks, the community has received several emails from campus police and the IT department warning students, staff and faculty members of recent phishing emails. 

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RIZE to your fullest potential

By Rebecca Osowski and Ashley Gochinski – Features Editor and 1851 Contributor

A RIZE Student Ambassador displaying promotional material. Photo courtesy of RIZE

RIZE is an organization working to provide students with access to majors their college may not offer. RIZE consists of partnership colleges and universities around the United States that have access to their plug-in module courses. These courses take an ordinary major and turn it into specific course content that is applicable to an individual field.

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Costume Do’s and Don’ts

By Casey DiBari & Claire Crittendon1851 Contributor & Editor in Chief

Halloween is in full swing once again this year, especially on campus. After a year filled with quarantining, tests and vaccinations, we know students are excited to have a night of fun, whether you’re going out with friends or staying on campus. However, we want to remember this year that along with making sure you’re being careful, make sure that your costumes aren’t going to offend other people in our community.

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Late night dining tries their best

By Josh Wolmer1851 Contributor

I think it’s been a rough year for 1851 late-night dining. Last year late-night dining wasn’t offered until later in the year, and you would think that students wouldn’t be complaining as much about the food service for this year. I believe students have no right to complain about 1851, due to the short staffing and the nationwide product shortage.  

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Field hockey routs Albertus Magnus in offensive showcase 

By Nico Manganiello – 1851 Contributor

Players on both teams battle for the ball in the Lasell crease. Photo by Nico Manganiello

Field hockey improved to a 6-3 conference record as they took down Albertus Magnus 10-0 on Wednesday afternoon at Grellier Field. The win was a real team effort as the Lasers had nine different goal scorers. 

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