Clubs, students celebrate Earth Day Reply


Photos by Natalie Kfoury

Ashlyn Curley – Opinion Editor

The environmental studies department held their annual Earth Day festival in the Arnow Campus Center Quad. Each year the festival is organized by the seniors in the department as their capstone project. This year there are two seniors in the department, Terri Moody and Georgia Pendergast. More…

“Here and Nowhere Else” shines Reply

Natalie Kfoury Co-Editor-In-Chief

If any band is deserving of your attention right now, it’s Cloud Nothings. The three-piece alternative rock band with indie, lo-fi, and noise influences is nothing but strong, fresh, and skilled in what they do so well. With 2014’s “Here and Nowhere Else,” the band proves they are a force to be reckoned with and one of the strongest bands out there. This band will be huge.

“Here and Nowhere Else” is Cloud Nothing’s third LP. Following the critical success from “Attack on Memory” (2012) which produced catchy singles like “Stay Useless,” the band took what worked well from the past, improved upon it, and polished everything so well that “Here and Nowhere Else” stands far above their previous work.

Noah is strong in parts, but not in whole 1

Natalie Kfoury – Co-Editor-In-Chief

From the directorial mind of Darren Aronofsky who amazed crowds with “Black Swan” comes 2014’s “Noah.” The film, which stars Russell Crowe in the lead role, portrays the biblical tale told time and time again. However, Aronofsky freshens the age-old story by introducing stylistic devices, brilliant visuals, and interesting character development that the story of a flood for 40 days and 40 nights did not include. More…

Editors Corner: Education worth learning Reply

Natalie Kfoury – Co-Editor-in-Chief

During my three years at Lasell, I have been in many wonderful classes where I
learned the technical crafts of writing, editing, critical thinking, and other important
skills for my future career. Don’t get me wrong, these classes have provided me
with so much, but they have always lacked something. Philosophy. More…

Therapy dogs come to campus with tails wagging Reply

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Photos by Natalie Kfoury

Natalie Kfoury – Co-Editor-in-Chief 

Dogs from Dog B.O.N.E.S. (Building Opportunities for Nurturing and Emotional Support) visited campus earlier this month in an event that gathered many students to the Arnow Campus Center to enjoy the love and attention of four visiting dogs.

Ollie (Pug), Bodie (Portuguese Water Dog), Millie (Golden Retriever mix), and Emmi (mix) visited the campus and delighted the many students who took time to sit and play with the dogs.

There will be a full story to come on this event but for now enjoy the photo gallery!

Does winning an Oscar matter 2

Natalie Kfoury- Co-Editor-In-Chief

Whether or not you care about them, you most likely heard about this year’s Academy Awards. You probably heard about how beautiful and great Jared Leto looked, how many awards “Gravity” won, what Jennifer Lawrence wore, and Ellen Degeneres took selfies with and ordered pizza for the stars in the audience.  More…

Lasell opens doors to gender neutral housing Reply

Natalie Kfoury – Co-Editor-in-Chief

Lasell College will offer gender neutral housing for the Fall 2014 semester. The decision was a joint effort between Student Government Association (SGA) and Residential Life. The option is open to students who feel uncomfortable living with genders they do not identify with or who are transgender.

Junior Class President Brianna Robbins worked on this proposal since her freshman year, collaborating with various people from SGA and Residential Life. “This is a great option against discrimination as our school is so diverse in gender identification,” said Robbins.  More…