Editor’s corner: Learning in a new country

By Leanne Signoriello – Opinion Editor

When I first told family and friends I would be traveling to Vietnam, I would get jokes about getting shipped off to fight in the Vietnam War or they would start talking to me about meeting Anthony Bourdain (a Travel Channel chef who has visited the country multiple times). Although I didn’t fulfill everyone’s wishes, I was able to take away a lot from spending two weeks in Asia.

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Editor’s Corner: Wage equality and feminism


By Allison Nekola Co-Editor-in-Chief

The recent Academy Awards drew in 36.6 million total viewers according to TV Guide, leaving me to believe there were many members of the Lasell community who also tuned in. The glamorous pre-show and musical performances usually compete for the best moments of the night, but both were upstaged when Patricia Arquette took the stage to accept her award for Best Actress in a Supporting Role for the film “Boyhood.” Continue reading “Editor’s Corner: Wage equality and feminism”

Editors Corner – Graduate radiates positivity


Natalie Kfoury – Editor-in-Chief

Sometimes you meet people who have the ability to light up a room and immediately change the atmosphere. These people are passionate about what they love to do and seem so friendly, so ready to make connections and to leave a lasting impression. One of those people for me is Kevin Lilly, a Class of 2014 entrepreneurship major.

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