Financial literacy course to LU Reply

By Katie Peters- Arts Editor

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Doctor Neil Hatem teaching during the first session of IDS217X: Intermediate Financial Literacy on January 23 in the Science and Technology Center.
Photo Courtesy of Kiononia Howard.

College students learn a lot of valuable skills during their time at school to help them navigate their professional careers. But how many classes are offered to help students navigate adult life? For the past 10 years, Associate Professor of Mathematics Dr. Neil Hatem has taken one day to teach financial literacy in each class he teaches. Now, Hatem is working to make Intermediate Financial Literacy a required one-credit course for every undergraduate student.

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Brainstorming for Lasell’s future Reply

By Holly Feola & Chris Bretti – 1851 Chronicle Staff

Lasell held their monthly town hall meeting on March 21 to discuss goals for the next fifteen months as a part of the Vision 2022 Strategic Plan. As a partial continuation from last month’s meeting, President Alexander focused on short-term projects that benefit various parts of the campus, students, staff, and faculty.

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