Bryan Baumann is a stud

By Josh Wolmer & Nico Manganiello – 1851 Contributor & Digital Sports Editor

Sophomore captain Bryan Baumann settles under a fly ball. Photo courtesy of Janard Jones

For the first time since 2011, the baseball team has a sophomore captain. Bryan Baumann has stepped into a leadership role on a young team that features 14 first-years and 11 sophomores. 

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Campus Police cracks down as parking violations increase

By Kait Bedell & Josh Wolmer – News Editor and 1851 Contributor

Campus Police cracks down on ticketing unregistered and incorrectly parked vehicles on campus as parking violations increase. Photo by Josh Wolmer

After an increase in parking violations, Lasell’s parking office announced on February 28 that there would be some drastic changes to Lasell’s parking policies beginning in March. 

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78 students displaced due to hidden mold in dorms

By Samantha Vega-Torres & Josh Wolmer – 1851 Contributors

Lasell began a specialized cleaning of the Whalen heating and ventilation units in Bragdon, Butterworth, and Forest Hall to remediate mold on December 27. Air quality tests revealed hidden mold in Bragdon and Butterworth. 

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Meg Carroll tearing through the GNAC

By Josh Wolmer & Casey DiBari1851 Contributors

Meg Carroll drives hard in the paint against St. Joseph (Conn.). She led the team with 15 points in that game. Photo courtesy of Janard Jones / Lasell Athletics

In the past three seasons, Meg Carroll was nothing more of a role player for the women’s basketball team. She came off the bench in most games or received a rare start, never averaging more than 4.3 points per game in a season.  

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Record-setting season for winter sports

By Josh Wolmer & LJ VP LaFiura – 1851 Contributors

EJ Day dribbles on Anna Maria defender Jakai Alexandre during a recent game. He surpassed 1000 career points earlier this season during his senior season. Photo courtesy of Janard Jones/Lasell Athletics

The winter season for Laser sports is almost over and it has been historic. Men’s and women’s basketball as well as track and field are having some of their best seasons in recent history. Multiple players have recorded individual program records and milestones.  

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Mold found in suites frustrates students

By Josh Wolmer & Samantha Vega-Torres1851 Contributors

Students were disappointed to find mold in their dorms on campus, and frustrated by what they claim to be the university’s delayed response to their health concerns and living conditions. The mold is primarily isolated to the suite-style buildings: Forest, Bragdon, and Butterworth. Concerns of mold were first brought up in September, according to a written account by junior graphic design major Sabrina Leblanc, with action not being taken until November.

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Coaches Corner: Dieter Treusdell

By Josh Wolmer – 1851 Contributor

Coach Truesdell setting the offense up for their next drill during practice on October 19.  Photo by Josh Wolmer

Dieter Treusdell has stepped in as the new Head Coach for men’s lacrosse after a five-year stint from Bill Mason came to an end in the spring. In those five years, Mason led the men’s lacrosse program to four championship games, and two Great Northeast Athletic Conference (GNAC) championship wins, which automatically granted them access to two National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) tournament appearances.  

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Late night dining tries their best

By Josh Wolmer1851 Contributor

I think it’s been a rough year for 1851 late-night dining. Last year late-night dining wasn’t offered until later in the year, and you would think that students wouldn’t be complaining as much about the food service for this year. I believe students have no right to complain about 1851, due to the short staffing and the nationwide product shortage.  

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