Emotional support animals bring comfort to campus Reply

By Holly Feola & Claire Crittendon- News Editor & Features Editor

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Gabby Miller’s ESA Gracie in her second year on campus. Photo Courtesy of Holly Feola

Since 2015, Lasell has allowed qualifying students to have emotional support animals (ESAs) in the residence halls with them. Four years later, the process is still going strong.

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From clubs to careers, Lasers lead as examples Reply

By Emily Long & Claire Crittendon – Digital Editor & Features Editor

One of the many draws Lasell University has for students is the impressive number of student-run clubs and organizations. It is common to see students running from two or more club meetings during Tuesday and Thursday common hours. Ask any student about the clubs they are in and most will passionately tell you about what their role is on campus.

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Addington, an alum, takes on new responsibilities Reply

By Claire Crittendon Features Editor 

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Olivia Addington (‘19) now works as Lasell women’s volleyball coach as well as in the office of admissions.
Photo by Olivia Addington.  

Since August, recent Lasell graduate Olivia Addington has been serving along- side Dana Jones as assistant coach to the women’s volleyball team. Graduating from Lasell in May 2019 with a degree in public relations, Addington was also hired this September as an admission counselor.

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New staff, professors arrive at Lasell Reply

Claire Crittendon & Ruth KehindeFeatures Editor & Digital Editor

To add to the changes on campus, the school welcomes many new hires in different departments this fall. There are two new area coordinators, Kevin Castiglioni and David DupreWilson. Two new assistant professors were hired, Leanna Farnam and Nickki Pearce Dawes along with visiting instructor, Julia Khodor.

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Newbury transfers welcomed by community Reply

By Claire Crittendon and Katie Peters– Features Editor & Katie Peters

Lasell has seen many new people around campus this semester, some are students and faculty that used to call Newbury College home. Last December, Newbury’s president announced to the community that the class of 2019 would be the last graduating class from the college, forcing students to find education elsewhere.

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