Raye introduces restorative justice 2

By Megan Palumbo, Chris Bretti & Michael SalemCo-Editor-in-Chief & 1851 staff 

Attendees learning about circle-based discussions at the 2018 Restorative Justice Conference on Nov. 10-12. Photo courtesy of Karin Raye

There is an alternative approach for responding to campus-based sexual and gender-based harassment and violence.

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“#MeToo2” opens powerful dialogue Reply

Mackenzie DineenFeatures Editor 

T-shirts fromt he Clothesline Project hung in the Glow Lounge. Photo by Mackenzie Dineen

On Oct. 2,  a group of nearly forty students, faculty and staff of all genders and backgrounds gathered at the STC to take part in Lasell’s second #MeToo talking circle.

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Lasers stand against sexual and domestic violence Reply

By Kayli HertelManaging Editor

Most people recognize pink awareness ribbons as support for breast cancer, yellow as support for the troops and purple as support for domestic violence. But over the past week students across campus have been sporting white bracelets and ribbons. What do these white ribbons mean and what do they support? More…