The Importance of Transgender Remembrance Day

By Holly Feola & Hanna BabekOpinion Editor & 1851 Contributor

A butterfly with the transgender community pride colors hangs in Valentine Dining Hall to commemorate victims of transphobic hate and violence. Photo by Rebecca Osowski

In honor of Transgender Day of Remembrance on November 20, the Donahue Institute held two prerecorded Zoom presentations featuring Schuyler Bailar. Bailar is a graduate of Harvard University and the first transgender athlete to play on an NCAA Division I men’s team. The presentations were held on November 16 and 23 and were organized by the Coordinator of Intercultural Engagement and Commuter Life at the Donahue Institute alum Alanis Perez-Rivera (‘21).

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Phishing scams plague campus community

By Kait Bedell & Hanna Babek – News Editor & 1851 Contributor

Campus Police and the IT Department have worked with the Lasell community in recent weeks in an attempt to keep people’s personal information secure amidst phishing email scams. Photo by Kait Bedell

In recent weeks, the community has received several emails from campus police and the IT department warning students, staff and faculty members of recent phishing emails. 

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