Lasell Works provides early work experience, lower tuition Reply

By Holly Feola News Editor

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Kaitlyn Hennessy in her room taking online classes for her first day of sophomore year. Photo Courtesy of Kaitlyn Hennessy.

The Lasell Works program made its debut for first-year students in fall 2018. Despite the program being introduced last year, it continues to evolve. Lasell Works is a four-year, declining tuition program that equips students early on with skills for their future professional careers.

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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Star seniors take connected learning off-campus Reply

By Taylor Viles– 1851 Staff

While many students spent their summers relaxing from their studies, traveling with family or catching up on sleep, some rising seniors spent it working hard to get a leg up in their future career.

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COM students venture to Washington D.C. Reply

Six communication students and two faculty members traveled to WashingtonD.C. on Oct. 11-13 to learn more about political communications. Each day was lledwith activities such as touring Sirius XM Radio, having lunch at the National PressClub, meeting with Congressman Joe Kennedy III’s press secretary, and spending aday at the Newseum. (L-R) Megan Palumbo, Cameron Brennan, Nicholas Crane, Carly Smith, Dana Sutcliffe, Irish Noel, Dr. Lauren Anderson and Professor Marie Franklin.

Getting Schooled at Symposium Reply

On Tuesday April 24th, deWitt Hall buzzed with excited students eager to show off their classwork from the current spring semester. With the room full of presentations, interactive videos and delicious food, the day was a hit. Check out the photo gallery for a glimpse of Lasell students, faculty, and members of the community enjoying Symposium.

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Connected Learning in Detroit Reply

Part of the group of students who traveled to Detroit. (Photo courtesy of Shannon Pasco)

Part of the group of students who traveled to Detroit. (Photo courtesy of Shannon Pasco)

By Shapleigh Webster – 1851 Staff

Hospitality and business students were accompanied by assistant management Professor Loredana Padurean to spend an October weekend in Detroit to learn about the ecosystem and growing businesses.

Padurean was excited when she heard about the opportunity.

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Read the book, see the movie Reply

Professor Zeek's FYS class saw The Maze Runner as part of Lasell's Connected Learning Experience. (Photo courtesy of bookfandoms.com)

Professor Zeek’s FYS class saw The Maze Runner as part of Lasell’s Connected Learning Experience. (Photo courtesy of bookfandoms.com)

Krista DeJulioFeatures Editor

One of the best things to do before a film comes to theaters is to read the novel the film is based on. Professor Catherine Zeek’s First Year Seminar class, Zombies, Aliens, and Revolutionaries, did just that. The first assignment of the class was to finish the Young Adult-dystopian novel, “The Maze Runner,” in hopes that the class could see the film together when it came out in mid-September.

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