By Colin Froment, Katie Peters & Taylor Viles – Co-editor-in-chief & 1851 Staff
The alumni panel with Megan Palumbo (L) and Professor Franklin (R). Photo by Katie Peters.
The sixth-annual COMDay occurred Tuesday, March 5 in de Witt Hall, educating the mass audiences on the event’s overall theme, “In Pursuit of Truth.” Throughout the day, students and professors listened to guest speakers, while professionals from communication fields gave advice on securing full-time positions in the future.
Colin Froment & Marissa Gugala – Co-Editor-in-Chief & News Editor
The construction of the college’s brand-new television studio is coming to an end. Located underneath Winslow Academic Center, it aims to enable the community to film and edit video production projects in an easier fashion.
By Colin Froment – Co-editor-in-chief
Athletic Training director Christina Haverty surrounded by all the athletic training students. Photo courtesy of Renee Cote.
Although it is one of the smaller majors on campus, the athletic training program has effectively demonstrated to be one of the most challenging programs offered at Lasell. The students involved have showed their passion to eventually become athletic trainers (AT’s) through countless hours of studying and hands-on experiences.
By Colin Froment & Mackenzie Dineen – co-Editor-in-Chief & Features Editor
The annual Academic Connected Learning Symposium will be held on Tuesday, Dec. 4 in de Witt Hall. It will continue to showcase various projects developed by students throughout the semester. This year, Symposium will focus on its first-ever theme: Diversity Inclusion and Intercultural Competence. It will feature interactive performances from Bronx-based theater group, Mass Transit. This year, Dean Cathy Zeek took over as Symposium Coordinator.
Colin Froment & Katie Peters – Co-editor-in-chief & 1851 Staff
Colin Froment — Co-Editor-in-Chief
The Lasell cross country teams raced in the UNE Invitational on Sept. 8. Photos courtesy of Lasell Athletics
The men’s and women’s cross country teams competed in the University of New England (UNE) Invitational race at Rotary Park in Biddeford, Maine on Sept. 8.
The men’s team ran an 8k (4.97 miles) race and the women’s team ran a 5k (3.1 miles). Senior Ryan Dalaba and sophomore Amanda Hawkes were among the top finishers of the day. Dalaba finished early for the Lasers coming in at 29 minutes and seven seconds, earning him 15th place out of 63 runners. Hawkes came in 32nd place out of 80 runners (22nd among scorers), completing the race in 22 minutes and 38 seconds.
Mackenzie Dineen & Colin Froment – Features Editor & Co-Editor-in-Chief
Two new Area Coordinators, Cyntoya Simmons and Kelly Levine, are among the new employees hired by Residential Life for this year.
By Colin Froment & Ruth Kehinde – News Editor & 1851 Staff
Thirty Seconds to Mars’s fifth album “America” springs out multiple messages of activism and religious imagery throughout its verses. However, the album succeeds where others don’t; the band doesn’t allow their cries of hope to overshadow the strong quality of their music.
Thirty Seconds to Mars’s fifth album “America” features other popular artists such as A$AP Rocky and Halsey. Photo courtesy of Has it Leaked