Creeps ‘N Ghouls revitalized Reply

Kayli Hertel – Features Editor

Students enjoy Lasell College Radio’s annual Halloween dance which was revitalized after the catastrophic 2012 dance, which was broken up by police after a window was broken.  (Photo by Leneai Stuart)

Students enjoy Lasell College Radio’s annual Halloween dance which was revitalized after
the catastrophic 2012 dance, which was broken up by police after a window was broken. (Photo by Leneai Stuart)

Creeps ‘N Ghouls, the annual dance put on by Lasell College Radio, was hosted on October 26 and felt more secure in comparison to last year. After last year’s debacle, LCR took steps to better this year’s event. More…

Lasell and Mount Ida police join forces Reply

Kayli Hertel – Features Editor

A new addition to the Campus Police fleet. The vehicles have a new black and white design. SUVs have also been added. (Photo by Kayli Hertel)

A new addition to the Campus Police fleet.
The vehicles have a new black and white design. SUVs have also been added. (Photo by Kayli Hertel)

Starting this year, Lasell College and Mount Ida College have merged their public safety division. “Mount Ida wanted to move forward with more of a law enforcement component instead of just a security guard component,” said Lasell Chief of Police Edward Conlin. More…

Students serve lemonade to battle pediatric cancer 1

Kayli Hertel – Features Editor

September is a month of many things. It is the month when leaves begin to change colors and students head back to campus for the year, but it is also known as Childhood Cancer Awareness month. On Wednesday, September 18 students Danielle Cutillo and Colby Gilman will be holding a lemonade stand on the lawn of the Center for Community-Based Learning (CCBL) to raise money for the Alex’s Lemonade Stand Foundation.

The organization began with Alexandra “Alex” Scott, a young girl who began selling lemonade after her fourth birthday to raise money for pediatric cancer. While Scott had a specific type of cancer known as neuroblastoma, she vowed to help raise money for kids with all types of pediatric cancer. More…