Lasers look back on Marathon Monday

By Hanna Babek & Rebecca Osowski – 1851 Contributor & Features Editor

Returning for the second time this year, the Boston Marathon was run on its traditional date, Patriot’s Day. Students spent this second race much like the October marathon–standing on Washington Street, cheering for runners, enjoying the WLAS event in the Arnow quad, and celebrating the day with friends.

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New living and learning community on environmental justice

By Claire Crittendon – Co-Editor-in-Chief

Chandler House on Maple St might be the first residence hall to house student members of the new Environmental Justice Living and Learning Community. Photo by Claire Crittendon

On February 28, President Alexander announced he and Professor Stephen Sarikas will be founding a new project called The Environmental Justice Living and Learning Community (EJLLC).

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Men’s Volleyball takes down top-ranked Springfield in four sets

By Taylor Viles – Sports Editor

First year Jordan Shinaut celebrates a point during the Lasers impressive win against top-ranked Springfield on Tuesday night. Photo courtesy of Janard Jones/Lasell Athletics

The men’s volleyball team sent the Laser faithful into a frenzy last night at the Athletic Center after beating the number one ranked Division III program in the country, the Springfield College Pride, 3-1. The win marked the first time Lasell had beaten Springfield in program history.

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