“It’s Gone to Your Head” Review

By Abi Brown & Rachel Shepard – Arts Editor & Copy Editor

From April 6 to 16, in the Wedeman Art Gallery located in Yamawaki Center for the Arts, was its latest exhibit, cleverly titled “It’s Gone To Your Head.” 

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DECA chapter places at Nationals

By Abi Brown – Arts Editor

(L-R First-year Bianca Almeida, junior Victoria Savluk, sophomore Meaghan Csongor, sophomore Charles Anderson, sophomore Jillian Nangle, first-year Spencer Villinski, and junior Kim Nguyen) showcasing multiple awards won by Lasell’s DECA team at their International Career Development Conference (ICDC) this month. Photo courtesy Catharine Weiss

This month, Lasell’s DECA chapter took home multiple awards at their first ICDC (International Career Development Conference) collegiate conference in Baltimore, Maryland. 

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Students start Black Student Association on campus

By Kait Bedell & Abi Brown – News Editor & Arts Editor

Students and faculty members attend the Gala in celebration of Black History Month hosted by the Black Student Association in De Witt Hall. Photos courtesy of the Black Student Association & Jalynn Hilton

The Black Student Association (BSA) is a new organization introduced this semester that focuses on providing a safe space for those within the community on campus.

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Sunflower of Peace: Q&A with Iryna Saks

By Abi Brown & Alexandra White – Arts Editor & 1851 Contributor

Sunflower of Peace is a Boston based non-profit organization founded in 2014 with the goal of improving the lives of people in Ukraine. During the ongoing crisis in Ukraine, Sunflower of Peace has been collecting monetary and physical donations that are shipped directly to Ukraine. Sunflower of Peace has raised over four million dollars since the beginning of the Russian invasion of Ukraine. 

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Transferring to Lasell

By Abi Brown – Arts Editor

My journey getting to Lasell was a relatively long and very emotional one. Like many other transfer students, the fear of “am I making the right decision?” lingered. I was unsure if the safety of a big state school as a business major would be worth it if I was unable to do what I truly find interesting, which is fashion. In the end, transferring to Lasell was the best thing I could have done for myself.

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