All Time Low shines on new, mature album 1

ATL

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Shapleigh Webster – Copy Editor

One of the most well known Pop-Punk bands from the past decade, All Time Low (ATL) released their sixth studio album, “Future Hearts”, on April 7. Formed in 2003, ATL was most popular during the middle to late 2000’s. “Future Hearts” is the first album released by the band since Don’t Panic in 2012. More…

Lacrosse coach achieves 100 wins Reply

Allison Nekola – Co-Editor-in-Chief

Tim Dunton, Head Coach of Lasell men’s lacrosse, achieved his 100th game win against Louisiana’s Centenary College after traveling to Texas with his team during spring break this season. Dunton began his career at Lasell in the Admission’s office after graduating from Endicott. More…

Severe winter impacts baseball season Reply

Photo by Tom Horak

Photo by Tom Horak

Samantha Plumley and Michelle Port  – 1851 Staff

The mountains of snow that plagued New England this winter proved to be more impactful than anyone expected. Lasell’s baseball team experienced a slow start to their season, but overcame their frustrating situation.

Each year, the baseball team travels to to Fort Myers, Florida to escape the cold and improve their skills. Spring training allows the team to practice in ideal weather and provides the opportunity to play a string of games, which are not impacted by the erratic weather. More…

Vautrin makes strong impact on court 1

Photo by Tom Horak

Photo by Tom Horak

Brianna Robbins Sports Editor

Junior Jeff Vautrin, originally from Chicopee, Mass., started his college career in his hometown at Elms College and transferred to Lasell. Since joining the team, Vautrin made a name for himself by being placed on the GNAC All-Conference First Team this year. He earned this title by his hitting percentage of his .312 and ranked second among GNAC leaders with 3.79 kills per set. Vautrin also led the GNAC in total kills with 360. More…

Lasers shoot for networking opportunities 1

Photo courtesy of Ryan McFadden

Photo courtesy of Ryan McFadden

Samantha Plumley and Leanne Signoriello – 1851 Staff

Whether it be through Lasell’s concept of connected learning or the inspiration to complete internships, Lasell is not shy when it comes to providing students the opportunities to transition into life after graduation. Recently, members of the Lasell community had the opportunity to shootfor networking opportunities. More…

Spring Fest kicks off with Bubble Soccer Reply

By Levi FloodContributing Writer

Barreling across the gym, I couldn’t help but smile. The smile changed to giddy laughter as I leapt from my feet to spear my opponent. The collision left my world spinning. One second upside-down, the next sideways, then upside-down again. Through it all, my laughter never stopped. More…

PHOTOS: 2015 The Sex Games: Consent to Play Reply

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Photos by Kayli HertelManaging Editor

On April 16th the first annual Sex Games: Consent to Play was held in de Witt Hall. This event was put on by Peer Health Education, and supported by many organizations on campus such as Residential Life, Pride and Student Government Association. Check out the full story in our April issue!