Baseball and softball programs make trip to sunshine state

By Kaie Quigley & LJ VP LaFiura – Co-Editor-in-Chief & 1851 Contributor

Prior to the start of the COVID-19 pandemic and the slew of regulations that followed, the baseball and softball programs traditionally would fundraise through events at Boston College and Gillette Stadium to fund team trips to Florida over spring break. These annual trips returned this spring after a two-year hiatus, due to the relaxation of COVID protocols both on campus and nationwide.

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New living and learning community on environmental justice

By Claire Crittendon – Co-Editor-in-Chief

Chandler House on Maple St might be the first residence hall to house student members of the new Environmental Justice Living and Learning Community. Photo by Claire Crittendon

On February 28, President Alexander announced he and Professor Stephen Sarikas will be founding a new project called The Environmental Justice Living and Learning Community (EJLLC).

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2022 Runway Preview: It’s back

By Claire Crittendon & Samantha Vega-Torres – Co-Editor-in-Chief & 1851 Contributor

(L-R Kyla Dodge-Goshea, Madison Cormier, Lauren Barbuzzi , Sophia Cannata,  Madison Whiteley, Grace Redwine, Kim Potter, Chloe McAuliffe, Kaitlyn Duarte) Members of the Event Production class. Photo by Claire Crittendon

Mark your calendars— May 7 and 8 is the return of in-person Runway to Lasell!

​Fashion Marketing and Merchandising Professor Kristin Kinsky is teaching fashion event production, and working in tandem with her students and Fashion Design Professor Lynn Blake to pull off the first in-person Runway show since 2019.

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