My first impressions on Lasell

By Xavier Edwards1851 Contributor

Photo courtesy of Xavier Edwards

As many of us know this is not the college experience that we were expecting. It definitely wasn’t what I was expecting for my first year as a college student and i’m sure most people can say this. But as far as my impressions on the Lasell community, I’m very impressed. Now ask yourself how do you feel about the Lasell community? With that being said let’s jump right in. 

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Through the Lens of Lasell University

By Ruth KehindeDigital Editor

At the family-friendly event, Lasell U-Belong Celebration, Newton residents and Lasell students came together to celebrate Lasell officially becoming a university. This celebration presented a variety of fun inflatable obstacles and courses, foods, and ice cream trucks for event-goers to enjoy.

Filling de Witt with Empty Bowls

By Megan Palumbo, Katie Peters & Ruth Kehinde – Co-Editor-in-Chief & 1851 Staff 

Friday, April 12 marked the third annual Empty Bowls event at Lasell. Members of the Empty Bowls club invited students and community members to de Witt Hall to buy a handmade ceramic bowl, enjoy a meal and listen to live music. The proceeds from the event went to the Centre Street Food Pantry for the fight against hunger.

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Life after Lasell

1851 staff member Skylar Diamond documents the Life after Lasell panel – an event where faculty and guests shared personal stories, as well as academic and international experiences. 

 

 

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Photos by Skylar Diamond 1851 Staff

COM Day 2019

Students, alumni, faculty and members of the Lasell community enjoyed another successful COM Day yesterday. The event was packed with engaging speakers – including Dan Shaughnessy from The Boston Globe and Keynote Speaker Hank Phillippi Ryan. Check out these photos to see what the day was all about!

 

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A nICE treat on campus

The end of winter break brought a chilly new feature to campus – an ice rink! On January 17, students were invited to make a cup of gourmet hot chocolate to enjoy while skating. The area has been popular since the start of the spring semester and is home to daily hockey games amongst friends or simply skating around after class. Be sure to stop by this new feature and look out for any upcoming events on the ice!

 

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Photos by Megan Palumbo & Hannah Akerly – Co-Editor-in-Chief  & 1851 Staff  

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