Health Services holds booster clinic on campus

By Rebecca Osowski & Alexandra White – Features Editor & 1851 Contributor

Students await their booster shots at the clinic in de Witt Hall. Photo courtesy of Rich Arnold

On February 2, Health Services held a COVID-19 Booster Clinic in de Witt Hall for those eligible to receive their booster vaccine. The boosters were distributed by Osco Pharmacy and Shaw’s Supermarket and administered by pharmacists. 

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The Drama Club presents: Playlist

By Rebecca Osowski – Features Editor

Coming off of “RENT,” director and alum Jamie Imperato (‘15) wanted to keep theater alive during the spring semester. With lower audition numbers for the spring play than expected, Imperato decided to focus all her energy on the original Spring Cabaret “Playlist.”

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Lasers rally past Wildcats after tough loss

By Rebecca Osowski – Features Editor

Following a two-point loss on Thursday to Elms College, the women’s basketball team was looking for a strong performance to get back on track. They did so on Saturday versus the Johnson and Wales Wildcats, a team with only two wins. After a slow first quarter, falling behind 6-0 and trailing 12-10 going into the second quarter, the Lasers broke out, defeating the Wildcats 50-38.

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Connolly assumes Assistant AD role

By Rebecca OsowskiFeatures Editor

Former field hockey coach Cait Connolly observes her team from the sidelines on Grellier Field during the 2021 season. Photo by Mike Maruk

After 12 years with the field hockey program, coach Cait Connolly has stepped down to assume the new role of Assistant Athletic Director. The announcement was made in a @lasellathletics Instagram post on November 3, less than a month after Connolly won her 100th career game with the Lasers.

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Take Back the Night brings the community together

By Rachel Shepard & Rebecca OsowskiCopy Editor & Features Editor

Group photo of CJ303 and survivor speakers at Take Back the Night. Photo courtesy of Michael Woo

Take Back the Night is a student-run event executed by CJ303: Domestic Violence Advocacy, and overseen by Professor and Deputy Title IX Coordinator Karin Raye, which has become an annual event on campus. It took place in-person on November 19 in de Witt Hall from 7 to 9 p.m.

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