Editor’s corner: I never would have thought

By Kayli Hertel – Managing Editor 

All my life, I have loved history. I can even pinpoint specific moments throughout my life when I was a little too enthusiastic about assignments from elementary school all the way through term essays and research papers in college. However, one moment recently stuck out to me from the seventh grade. Like most students, I took an American history class, but unlike most students, I was constantly raising my hand to add historical information to the lesson plan.

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Students recognize cultural appropriation

By Kayli HertelManaging Editor

College students love Halloween. It’s a time to celebrate, embrace your inner costume designer, and dance the night away at the annual Creeps n’ Ghouls Dance. But what Halloween is not about is being disrespectful, mocking, or participating in the act of cultural appropriation. But what is cultural appropriation and what does it have to do with Halloween? Continue reading “Students recognize cultural appropriation”

PHOTOS: Le Lam debuts at Wedeman Gallery

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Photos by Jeniffer Bispo – Staff Photographer

On Sunday, September 20 Wedeman gallery held the opening reception for “Le Lam: Sketches from the South”. Artist Le Lam’s work reveals what everyday life was like in Vietnam from 1965 to 1974 in the form of portraits and battlefield scenes. This is the artist’s first showing in the United States and will remain in the gallery until Saturday, October 3.

“Sweaty Spaghettiii” Aides Haitian Children

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. Continue reading ““Sweaty Spaghettiii” Aides Haitian Children”

PHOTOS: 2015 The Sex Games: Consent to Play

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Photos by Kayli HertelManaging Editor

On April 16th the first annual Sex Games: Consent to Play was held in de Witt Hall. This event was put on by Peer Health Education, and supported by many organizations on campus such as Residential Life, Pride and Student Government Association. Check out the full story in our April issue!

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