All hail the king

By Colin Froment & Justin Fosdick – News Editor & 1851 Staff

The film “Black Panther” was highly anticipated not just by Marvel fans, but also by the general public for highlighting one of the most racially diverse casts in a recent movie. This cast serves as one of the film’s main strengths, while combing dazzling visuals and underlying political themes to provide another entertaining superhero adventure.  Continue reading “All hail the king”

“A Parallel Presence” takes over the Wedeman Gallery

By Danielle Hogan, Megan Palumbo and Justin Fosdick – Arts Editor, Sports Editor and 1851 Staff

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An oil painting by Kathleen Miller is featured in the Wedeman Gallery located in the Yamawaki Arts and Cultural Center. Photo by Danielle Hogan

“A Parallel Presence: Tradition Meets Innovation” is the latest exhibit in the Wedeman Gallery located in the Yamawaki Arts and Cultural Center.

“A Parallel Presence” is a celebration of visual art by female artists. The exhibit has displays from current members of the National Association of Women Artists (NAWA), Massachusetts chapter.  Continue reading ““A Parallel Presence” takes over the Wedeman Gallery”

Henderson hired to coordinate student organizations

By Seán McGlone & Justin Fosdick – Editor-in-Chief & 1851 Staff

 

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Jay Henderson comes to Lasell after previously working at Southern Connecticut State University. Photo by Seán McGlone

Jay Henderson was hired as the new Coordinator for Student Organizations in the Office of Student Activities at the end of the fall semester.

While the idea of stepping into a new role after a school year has already started may be daunting, Henderson says his background working with a variety of different departments helped make his transition to Lasell easier than most people might expect.  Continue reading “Henderson hired to coordinate student organizations”

De Baun strengthened Lasell’s character

By Megan Palumbo & Justin Fosdick – Sports Editor & 1851 Staff

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Dr. Vincent De Baun served as Lasell’s sixth president, making impactful changes to academics and cultural experiences on-campus. Photo courtesy of Lasell: a History of the first junior college for women 

On December 16, 2017, Dr. Vincent Claud De Baun, Lasell’s sixth president and one of the school’s biggest innovators, passed away at the age of 91 at his home in Charlottesville, VA.  Continue reading “De Baun strengthened Lasell’s character”

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