Lasell Votes: the season finale

By Ruth Kehinde – Digital Editor


L-R junior Taylor Viles, senior Jared Giurleo, junior Mathieu Ouellet, and senior John MacLean watch presidential election results in the Science and Technology Center.
Photo by Mike Maruk.

Lasell Votes sent out a student-wide email promoting their organization and ways on how Lasers could vote; providing a Zoom link for anyone to join. These zoom calls took place every Tuesday from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m., starting from September 22 to the Election Day on November 3. The Lasell Votes Team is run by Library Director Anna Sarneso and Associate Director of the Center for Community-Based Learning (CCBL) Byrd Hughes.

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Lasell Votes, so should you!

By Savannah Nolan1851 Contributor

Eligible student voters at Lasell who voted in the 2016 presidential election. Data provided Courtesy of NSLVE & Lasell Votes.
Graphic by Savannah Nolan.

Statistics have shown a lack of student voters in presidential elections across the country, including Lasell University students. With a presidential election coming up, “Lasell Votes” wants to ensure more Lasell students get involved and cast their vote during this election.

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The 2020 Pledge

By Ruth KehindeDigital Editor

(L-R, up to down) Library Director Anna Sarneso, senior Ruth Kehinde, junior Anna King, and Associate Director Byrd Hughes smile in Zoom call.
Photo by Ruth Kehinde.

Lasell Votes is an organization on campus that helps students in the process of getting involved in voting. According to a school-wide email sent on every Tuesday, Lasell Votes holds a virtual event from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. to guide Lasers with voter registration and voting plans. One of these options include, registering in one’s hometown state instead of Newton. However, if students wish to vote in Newton, that’s always an option that Lasell Votes can support.

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Your Vote Does Matter!

This is a rebuttal to the opinion’s piece, “Will my vote matter?”

By Michael Woo, Anna King, Melaney Jenkins, & Sophia Couto1851 Contributors

We, the Lasell Votes Student Ambassadors, are writing in response to The 1851 Chronicle Opinion “Will my vote really matter?”. We understand the sentiment that in today’s political climate it can be difficult to recognize the true impact of voting. However, voting always matters! 

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Lasell Votes drives success with registration campaign

 

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Anna Sarneso serving at one of many registration drives to spread voter awareness around campus, hosted by Lasell Votes. Photo Courtesy of Adam Hallenbeck.

By Adam Hallenbeck – Sports Editor

When are the primary elections? How do I register to vote? What is an absentee ballot? All of these questions and more are founding pillars to the new campus initiative, Lasell Votes.

Lasell Votes is a nonpartisan initiative working to increase voter engagement, awareness and education both on and off-campus. The goal of this initiative is to help students identify their political voice as a part of who they are and be able to do so in a safe environment.

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