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Spring registration completed

By Bailey KlingamanDigital Editor

Beginning on Wednesday, April 7, Self Ser- vice opened Summer and Fall 2021 regis- tration for returning students who were authorized by their advisor. This was avail- able to students who had paid the appro- priate Enrollment Deposit by Friday, April 2. The schedule for registration began with current Seniors: Wednesday, April 7 at 7 a.m.; current Juniors: Wednesday, April 7 at 12 p.m.; current Sophomores: Thurs- day, April 8 at 7 a.m.; all Class Levels ex- cept for Freshman: Friday, April 9 through Monday, April 12; current Freshmen: Tues- day, April 13 at 7 a.m. Registration closed on Tuesday, April 13. Students who had yet to register after registration closed were charged a late fee.

Runway 2021 takes to the screen

By Claire CrittendonCo-Editor-in-Chief

On May 7 and 8, the underclass and senior fashion shows will take the virtual stage. Both shows will start at 7 p.m. To register for these online events, RSVP through the link in @lasellrunway2021’s Instagram account. Counting down to this annual showcase, this account has started a Design Spotlight series, highlighting production students and their work.

Room Draw process to begin

By Claire CrittendonCo-Editor-in-Chief

It’s that time of year again! After a four- day delay, Room Draw materials were sent out to students via email on 4/20. The schedule is as follows: Thursday, April 29 is Specialty Night (Quiet Study, Wellness, Gender Neutral, Equity), Monday, May 3 is rising senior night, Tuesday, May 4 is must- fill night, and Wednesday, May 5 is general night.

Cameras off, please

By Claire Crittendon & Ruth Kehinde – Co-Editor-in-Chief & Digital Editor 

Illustration by Robby Rowe

Living in what seems to be a never-ending pandemic, getting an education revolves around the aspects of using technology, namely, Zoom. While some professors only request students to turn their cameras on, others don’t hesitate to mark blank screens as absent. Turning cameras on should be an option rather than a requirement. College students are able to weigh the pros and cons and should be trusted to decide on their own. 

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Seasonal student on campus parking update

By Kaie Quigley & Claire Crittendon – Features Editor & Co-Editor-in-Chief

View of Central Lot from a Science and Technology Center classroom.
Photo by Claire Crittendon

With only 266 spots for 714 resident students, the parking office has had its hands full this semester. In hopes of accommodating resident and commuter students alike amidst the pandemic, the parking office made some adjustments to their system this year. 

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Take Back the Night, Clothesline Project now hybrid

By Katie Peters & Claire CrittendonEditors-in-Chief

Content warning: domestic and sexual violence


Lanters with messages of support displayed leading to the Science and Technology Center.
Photo by Claire Crittendon

In the past two months, two large social justice based events occurred on campus to support survivors of sexual and domestic violence courtesy of Professor Raye’s CJ303: Domestic Violence Advocacy course: The Clothesline Project and Take Back the Night.

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