Lasell alum offers fashion industry insight Reply

By Noon Lobad1851 staff 

Rosemary Leger, 2016 Lasell graduate and current Editorial Assistant at Condé Nast’s Brides Magazine, returned to Lasell  Nov. 27 to speak about her experience breaking into the fashion industry as part of the Fashion Connection Club’s ongoing speaker series.

Having never been a city girl nor a fan of weddings, working for one of the country’s top bridal magazines in New York City just months after graduating was the last place Leger foreseen herself ending up. After a brief stint working in Public Relations and a few other positions that helped her find her footing in the industry, Leger landed a position as a Fashion Assistant at Brides Magazine in the fall of 2016.


Spend a day at the MFA 1

By Rosemary Leger – Managing Editor

Boston’s Museum of Fine Arts houses brilliant pieces from all disciplines, from all over the world. A day at the MFA is a day well spent, either alone or accompanied, and with a Boston-area college I.D., admission is free (out of town I.D.’s give a discount).

The variety of galleries are ever-changing and there are exhibit for all interests. Recently, the museum acquired its first Frida Kahlo painting, “Dos Mujeres,” and is drawing crowds to a visiting collection of Picasso’s creations.

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The Museum of Fine Arts in Boston holds some extraordinary pieces including these Picasso paintings.


Service club on campus prospers Reply

By Rosemary Leger – Managing Editor

For most students, getting involved on campus means joining a club to enhance their life. For some, the club they join does more, by working to greatly improve the lives of others. Hope for Humanity is a student-led group serving all of the campus, and surrounding community.

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Senior Colbylyn Gilman is a co-leader of Hope for Humanity.


Filmmaker teaches broadcasting 1

By Rosemary Leger – Managing Editor

The sun shines on the dunes of Kitty Hawk, North Carolina. A collection of creators, scientists, and pilots are running back and forth flying, and crashing, a glider aircraft. It is the year 2003, and this team is shooting “The Wright Challenge,” a documentary about the Wright brothers. One of these men, Richard Beyer, is having his best day at work.


This is Professor Richard Beyer’s first semester teaching at Lasell. He has produced documentaries for the past 19 years. 


Two groups spend spring break volunteering in PA and GA 1

By Rosemary Leger – Managing Editor 

While some students basked in the sunlight on a far away island, 26 selfless Lasers embarked on two Alternative Spring Break (ASB) trips.



(Above) The Philadelphia ASB trip was led by juniors Raquel Barnes and J.R. Costello and (Below) the Atlanta trip was led by seniors Gabriella Gianegregorio, Phil Skerry, and junior Hayley Kreckler. Photos courtesy of Raquel Barnes and Krista DeJulio.