By Megan Venuto – Contributing Writer
The Clothesline Project displays t-shirts with inspirational messages from domestic violence victims from Lasell over the years. Photo by Megan Venuto
Several athletic teams organized the Title XI campaign, The Clothesline Project, from October 10 through October 12 in the Arnow quad and Winslow Glow Lounge to raise awareness for domestic and sexual violence on college campuses.
By Avery Stankus – Contributing Writer
Makeup Club President Alexis Lagana (left) applying makeup to club Vice-President Savannah Tutt. Photo by Avery Stankus.
Lasell College’s Makeup Club had its first meeting of the year last Tuesday in the Rosen Auditorium. The club’s president, Alexis Lagana, held the meeting to determine who would be interested in joining what she refers to as the ‘Glam Squad.’
By Corinne Hennessey – Contributing Writer
The destruction caused by the major hurricanes that hit Puerto Rico last month. Photo courtesy of Margaret Stracuzzi .
Several members of the Lasell Community watched as hurricanes ripped through Puerto Rico this past month.
By Bridget Dougherty – Contributing Writer
International students and students from the U.S. met each other and bonded at the International Welcome Program Barbecue. Photo by Bridget Dougherty.
The Office of International Services officially introduced the International Welcome Program in Arnow Campus Center on September 20th. Student ambassadors from the United States socialized with international students at the welcome barbecue with food and games.
By Colin Froment – News Editor
Dozens of student clubs and organizations assembled in the Athletic Center for the 2017 Connected Learning Convocation on September 5 to showcase presentations that demonstrated their club or field to first years. The student presenters each set up their own table complete with posters, videos, and images detailing the various activities each club puts together.
By Colin Froment, Morgan Vanwickler, Armando Machado Jr. – News Editor, Art Director, 1851 Staff
By Mackenzie Dineen, Morgan Vanwickler, Thomas Baker – Arts Editor, Art Director, 1851 Staff
Chartwells has a variety of options and is 70 to 80 percent gluten-free at all times. Photo by Michael Bueno
On July 1, Lasell College officially welcomed its newest dining service, Chartwells Food Service, replacing the previous food service, Sodexo.
By Megan Palumbo & Kaley Chamberlain – Sports Editor & 1851 Staff
Lasell understands the cost of a college education is on the rise, which is why faculty members and President Michael Alexander have been working together to find smarter alternatives to financing an education. This past fall was the first time Lasell offered the Sophomore Alternative Semester (SAS) for incoming sophomores. Seven students were enrolled in the program, five of whom live in-state and two of whom live out of state. More…