Upgrades Made to Campus

By Alexandra White1851 Contributor 

New desks in the Winslow Academic Center classrooms. Photo by Alexandra White

Getting students back to campus this fall took many hours of preparation from the Facilities and Sustainability Management (FSM) team. FSM worked through the summer to make sure Lasell’s campus would keep students safe from COVID-19, while also bringing campus back to its pre-COVID state. 

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New beginning for Becker students

By Alexandra White1851 Contributor

Kylie Hilberg graduated from Becker College in the spring of 2021 with her Associates degree in animal care. Photo courtesy of Kylie Hilberg

Becker College announced on March 29 they were closing after 237 years due to financial issues caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. The decision left roughly 1,000 students from the Worcester and Leicester campuses searching for a new school.

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Charlotte Winslow: Lasell’s liveliest Villager

By Rayana Petrone & Alexandra White – 1851 Contributors

Charlotte enjoying a treat at a reception for artists at Lasell Village. 
Photo courtesy of Charlotte Winslow.

Lasell Village, the living and learning community here on campus for those over the age of 65, is home to an average of 225 residents. Of those residents, one who stands out is Charlotte Lindgren Winslow. 

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Campus is not handicap accessable

Alexandra White1851 Staff

Last year on campus I was walking to my class at the Science and Technology building when I saw a handicapped student being helped down the stairs to the building by other students. While this was a very heartwarming moment, I couldn’t help but wonder why there were very few pathways for disabled students to get to their classes. Since then, I have seen this several times on campus. Students who are physically handicapped struggle to travel around campus just to get to their classes or even the dining hall.

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Five ways to beat procrastination

By Alexandra White1851 Staff 

A completed to-do list.
Photo by Alexandra White

Everyone procrastinates sometimes, but the pandemic has made the urge to put off doing work stronger for many students. Whether you are on campus or at home, not being in the traditional college setting can make it difficult to do work. Here are five ways to beat procrastination when you are feeling unmotivated:

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