Madison Griffin: motivated by passion

By Taylor Viles – Sports Editor

Madison Griffin touring the streets of Florence, Italy during her semester abroad in 2019.
Photo courtesy of Madison Griffin

There are multiple ways to complete the college experience. Senior Fashion Media and Marketing major Madison Griffin chose to dive into the Lasell community by participating in extracurriculars and becoming an on-campus leader, giving her a feeling of accomplishment for when she graduates in a couple of weeks.

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GNAC competition is back for spring

By Pat Carbone1851 Staff

Lasell’s Softball team gathers between innings during the first game of a doubleheader on March 23 against Wentworth Institute of Technology.
Photo by Mike Maruk

On March 8, the Great Northeast Athletic Conference (GNAC) released a statement approving the 2021 spring sports season with limited conference play. The news comes after a year-long hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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I didn’t choose the remote life…the remote life chose me

By Ghiz Benzerdjeb – 1851 Contributor

After taking a year off school and going straight into remote learning, I am finally in my senior year. I don’t feel like a senior, though. I wake up and stare at screens for at least 10 hours a day, doing my best to stay grounded in a mid-pandemic world that continues to defy gravity. Here is a sneak peek of my week.

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Done for now, not forever

Illustration by Amanda Bennett
Illustration by Amanda Bennett

Ashlyn Curley – Opinion Editor

I’ll never forget being a freshman: eager to be free from my parents and the rules of high school, beginning to explore new ideas and find myself.

I’ve heard about the phony illness of senioritis since high school. However, the feeling is true and unique to each senior. Some of you already have jobs; some of you haven’t even started looking. For most of us, it’s about being so close to the finish line that we stop running.  Continue reading “Done for now, not forever”

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