Class creates It’s On Us campaign video Reply

By Krista DeJulioFeatures Editor

Professor Karin Raye’s Domestic Violence Advocacy class is participating in the national campaign It’s On Us to end domestic violence and sexual assault. The campaign was created by the White House in January 2014 and was launched in April of the same year to raise awareness and to protect men and women from sexual assault on college campuses.


The Foil Foodie: Now it’s Your Turn Reply

By Levi Flood  – Contributing Writers

For the last month and a half I’ve been giving you some of my ideas for dorm-friendly recipes. Well, now it’s your turn. I am taking the week off to see if anyone has any ideas of their own. What I would like is for anyone with an idea of their own to email it to me at and Kayli Hertel at by Thursday, April 30th at 6 p.m. and it will be published the next day.


Lasell hosts “Migrating Colors” gallery Reply

By Emily Kochanek – News Editor 

Until April 18, the Wedeman Gallery in Yamawaki will be hosting “Migrating Colors,” an exhibit featuring Haitian artists from the city of Jacmel. The show, in partnership with the Haitian Artists Assembly of Massachusetts (HAAM), displays an amalgam of works from the artists, depicting their life before the devastating earthquake in 2010. More…

The Foil Foodie: Guilty Carrots Reply

By Levi Flood – Contributing Writer

Shopping List:

  • Brown Sugar $1.19
  • 1 Bag of Baby Carrots $2.49
  • **Butter

** Total cost: $3.68 (Prices are may vary based on produce weight and brand variation) This price does not include butter, which can be found individually packaged at the cafeteria. **


  • Pre-heat oven to 400 °F.
  • Place 20 carrots on a 12 inch by 12 inch piece of aluminum foil and put four heaping spoon-fulls of brown sugar and two level spoon-fulls of butter on top of the carrots.
  • Wrap the aluminum foil into a ball then add a second layer of foil and wrap into a ball.
  • Place foil ball in oven for 45 minutes (carrots should be soft when done).

Tip of the Week:

  • Feel free to make more or less of this recipe, just remember for every 10 carrots you will need two spoon-fulls of brown sugar and one spoon-full of butter.

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The Foil Foodie: Gluten Free Pesto Chicken Reply

By Levi Flood – Contributing Writer

Welcome to my new series! My goal is to give you a new recipe every week that you can easily make in your dorm room. Each meal will cost $10 or less, and take 10 minutes or less to prepare. All you’ll need is a role of aluminum foil, a regular kitchen spool, a solo cup, a knife, and access to the oven in your common room. Today’s recipe is for pesto chicken which is also gluten free and makes 2 full meals.