“Sweaty Spaghettiii” Aides Haitian Children Reply

By Kayli Hertel – Managing Editor

While other college students spend the summer relaxing at the beach or working, a set of Lasell students took the time off as a chance to serve others abroad. The group included Francesca Ceppetelli and Colbylyn Gilman, two rising seniors at Lasell, and two recent alumnae, Danielle Cutillo and Kerin Crowley. Each of the girls expressed an interest in a service trip in Haiti, which was when Cutillo informed them about Be Like Brit, one of her favorite organizations. More…

Annual dance showcase passes on the torch Reply

By Tina NalepaArts Editor

The Lasell College Pulse Dance Team hosted their annual dance showcase on April 26 in de Witt. The showcase included performances from the Lasell College Dance Team (LCDT), the Lasell College Cheer Team, the Divine Step Team, Step-By-Step Dance Studio, The Spartones, The Becker College Dance Program, Moise “CRAVE” Michel, a vocal performance by Danielle Cutillo and many more.

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Spring Fest kicks off with Bubble Soccer Reply

By Levi FloodContributing Writer

Barreling across the gym, I couldn’t help but smile. The smile changed to giddy laughter as I leapt from my feet to spear my opponent. The collision left my world spinning. One second upside-down, the next sideways, then upside-down again. Through it all, my laughter never stopped. More…

Lasers stand against sexual and domestic violence Reply

By Kayli HertelManaging Editor

Most people recognize pink awareness ribbons as support for breast cancer, yellow as support for the troops and purple as support for domestic violence. But over the past week students across campus have been sporting white bracelets and ribbons. What do these white ribbons mean and what do they support? More…