Men’s lacrosse in pursuit of redemption

By Matt Ferris – 1851 Staff

Last spring the men’s lacrosse team came close to making history, being the first men’s lacrosse team at Lasell to win a Great Northeast Athletic Conference (GNAC) title. The men squared up against the Saints of Emmanuel College in the GNAC Championship game. It was a nail biting game. In the end, the Saints earned the victory over the Lasers with a final score of 14 – 13, proving it was a true battle for the GNAC title.

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Men’s current and alumni lacrosse players pose after the annual alumni game. This year’s team is poised to compete for the program’s first GNAC title. Photo by Jackie Colombie

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PHOTOS: COM Day 2016 inspires students through speakers, alumni

By Tristan Davis and Rosemary Leger

The fourth annual COM Day on March 8 promoted the theme, “Spotlight on Storytelling,” and attracted crowds of students and community members. The day’s events included a social media panel, speed networking session, and keynote address from investigative reporter Michael Rezendes.

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Professor Michael Laramee moderates the Social Media Strategies panel, which consisted of Chris Antinowich (Pilot), Len Mead (Comcast Boston), Andrea Goodman (Be The Change), Fei Wu (independent podcaster), and Zac Veirra (Major League Baseball).

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Students develop arts journal

Zach GrayCo-Editor-In-Chief

Under the direction of professors Mimi Reddicliffe, Becky Kennedy, and Margo Lemieux, students are collecting student, faculty, alumni, and Lasell Village work for the new publication “The Compendium.” The purpose of “The Compendium” is to showcase creative work by the Lasell community. Submissions will include short fiction, poetry, non-fiction, essays, and visual art. Students working on the arts journal include Laura Justice, Doug Gardner, Dan Fox, Jessica Bouchard, James McDonough, Kayli Hertel, and Gaby Povolotski.  Continue reading “Students develop arts journal”

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