Newbury transfers welcomed by community

By Claire Crittendon and Katie Peters– Features Editor & Katie Peters

Lasell has seen many new people around campus this semester, some are students and faculty that used to call Newbury College home. Last December, Newbury’s president announced to the community that the class of 2019 would be the last graduating class from the college, forcing students to find education elsewhere.

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Runway rescue: Lasers save “Prophecy” show

By Katie Peters– Arts Editor

 

Seven students volunteered back- stage at Boston Fashion Week’s “Prophecy” show on Sept. 28 at Arlington Street Church where they became the show’s finale. Students were given the opportunity to walk in the show due to a shortage of models.

 

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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.

Mass Transit freezes social conflicts

By Holly Feola – 1851 Staff

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Students sharing their thoughts on the performance during a “freeze” moment. Photo courtesy of Jesse Tauriac.

On April 8-9 Mass Transit Street Theater and Video (MTSTV ) and Lasell student actors held interactive performances in Brennan Library to educate students on social issues that may arise in their everyday lives. Attendees included students, faculty and administrators from the community.

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Health Center: what’s up, Doc?

By Holly Feola & John Maclean – 1851 Staff

Recently, some students have questioned the timeliness and thoroughness of health professionals in the Health Services office.

I think Health Services should open 10 minutes before their official hours to prevent patient waiting. Once, I arrived at Health Services at 8:20 a.m. No lights were on and there was no one there, despite center’s 8:30 to 4:30 hours. At 8:30 a man unlocked the door. Then, I waited five minutes for a nurse to check me. By opening a few minutes ear- lier, I would’ve been able to have my appointment when scheduled, rather than five minutes later.

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Celebrating life through Relay

The Lasell community came together for Relay for Life on Saturday, March 23rd to celebrate loved ones and survivors. Check out the photo gallery below to see what this special night was all about!

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Photos by Jenny Granger, Emily Harrington, Rosa Del Carmen Gomez and Colin Froment – OSA and 1851 Staff 

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