COVID-19 infects on-campus sports coverage

By Kaie Quigley & Ruth Kehinde – Features Editor & Digital Editor

Director of Athletic Communication Kent Cherrington pictured in his office.
Photo by Kaie Quigley

With the exception of some teams practicing in hopes of playing in the spring, sports on campus have come to a halt. However, this lack of athletic action affects more than just players and coaches.

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Career Development Center available after hours

By Bailey Klingaman – Digital Editor

The Career Development Center is located on the third floor of the Edwards Student Center. After hours takes place over Zoom Wednesdays from 5:30 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.
Photo by Kaie Quigley

The Career Development Center has introduced after hour drop-in sessions in efforts to be more available to students. Therefore, they are now providing options for students outside of typical business hours. The goal of this extension is to accommodate students unable to access Career Center resources during the day. 

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Pandemic brings testing, changes to campus

By Kaie Quiqley, Taylor Viles & Rayana Petrone – Features Editor, Sports Editor & 1851 Contributor

Lasell’s Valentine Dining Hall uses plexiglass shields, to-go containers, and more to avoid the spread of COVID-19.
Photo by Kaie Quiqley

Students will have to adapt to a slew of changes in order to ensure their learning continues this fall at Lasell University. The Department of Health Services has worked tirelessly to ensure the safety of every member of the community. The university is committed to providing the best possible in-person experience for new and returning students, and has put together a plan that has resulted in very low COVID cases on campus thus far.

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Decolonizing the narrative about Indigenous people

By Holly Feola & Katie Peters – Opinions Editor and Co-Editor-in-Chief

Lasell’s Peace Pole, installed in 2013 for International Day of Peace, stands as a “symbol of the community’s dedication & commitment to peace.”
Photo by Katie Peters

For decades, the second Monday of every October in the United States has been reserved as a way to pay tribute to Christopher Columbus’s arrival in the Bahamas. The holiday named after this Italian colonizer has since become a controversial subject. 

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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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