Home is a Six Letter Word, and its Spelled L-A-S-E-L-L Reply

By Jade Fischbach1851 Contributor

Jade’s seen sitting in the sand dunes in Mattituck, NY.
Photo by Bridget Tower.

Before coming to Lasell, I had never heard the name. My family had gone to schools in Boston and my dad grew up just around the block from here. The other schools I toured included Suffolk and UMass Boston but they were nothing compared to Lasell. 

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The scoop on Lasell University Reply

By Connor Parker1851 Contributor

Connor Parker in Rutland Vermont Main Street Park.
Photo by Amanda McGuire.

My first impression of Lasell was when I was first on campus at the end of my junior year of high school. Much like everyone else, I was on a tour and the guides talked about the community here and all the super kind people on campus. They also talked about the school as if it was just an amazing community to be a part of.

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The Beginning of A Journey Reply

By Abigail Meier1851 Contributor

Abigail Meier smilies fondly at the camera. Photo by Sissy Meier.

As I drove up to campus on the first day of classes, I saw a Lasell banner hanging on the street pole as I pulled into the commuter parking lot. I remember being nervous and anxious about being a commuter student and not knowing anyone as I didn’t live there and move in with all the freshmen. I remember walking out of my car over preparing for the Writing Class. I needed to have my app pulled up on my phone to show the green “cleared” sign before even walking into the building. I was constantly thinking about what I am going to say, how to introduce myself. 

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It’s quiet, just how like it Reply

By Franklin Torres1851 Contributor

Franklin Torres peeks out his dorm at two a.m. Photo by Olivia Foster.

My first impression of Lasell was that it seemed calm and quiet. Now most people may dislike this and find it as a downside for college since they are probably looking for  somewhere that they can party and be loud and rambunctious, but for me this was perfect. 

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Eric Turner settles in as new Provost Reply

By Ruth KehindeDigital Editor

It’s been two months since Professor of Business Eric Turner was named the new Provost of Lasell. As students begin the fall semester, questions about what to expect in unfamiliar times may arise. Here are eight questions our digital editor Ruth Kehinde asked the Provost about how Lasell will look down the road.


Ruth Kehinde interviews new Provost Eric Turner via zoom about his new position at Lasell. Photo by: Ruth Kehinde
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Majors that are no longer major Reply

Holly Feola & Taylor VilesNews Editor & 1851 Staff

Over the past few years, the university has seen changes in the majors offered to students. The higher education system is evolving and some programs have either been restructured or removed. However, when such changes are made, there is a process to determine how programs are assessed. More…

Appreciate Everyone Reply

Casey DiBari Opinion Editor

In our lives, we meet a multitude of people. Admittedly, some are going to be amazing; they’ll be your best friends, your teammates, your mentors. On the other hand, they may be someone you feel is too negative-minded, mostly caring for themselves. However, no matter how you view them, everyone in our lives is there to help us grow in one way or another.

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