Softball brings in new coach Reply

The softball team huddles during a game last season. The Lasers have a new coach and look forward to a new season.  (Photo by Tom Horak)

The softball team huddles during a game last season. The Lasers have a new coach and look
forward to a new season. (Photo by Tom Horak)

By Shapleigh Webster – 1851 Staff

It’s hard to believe with all this snow on the ground that the softball season is right around the corner, but the Lasell softball team has been getting ready since last fall. More…

SGA Corner Reply

By Shapleigh Webster

As of February 17, 2015

The Lasell Student Government Association (SGA) is constantly working on ways to better the Lasell way of life for its students.

Currently SGA is working on a new smoking policy for campus, replacing water fountains, adding both a photography and pottery minor, expanding gender-neutral housing, and changing the internship curriculum.

The organization has recently approved the existence of the new Club “Recycle Mania” and will be adding a second computer in the library that connects to the free printer.

If students have any questions about what issues the SGA address or are interested in joining, contact President of SGA Jennessa Agnew at jagnew@lasell.edu

Students reflect, unplug, retreat Reply

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Left: Students stayed overnight at the United Parish of Auburndale and baked bread which was donated to the Salvation Army. Right: Senior Cristobal Martinez fills his peers bags with affirmations, another activity that all students took part in.  (Photos courtesy of Trish Moran)

Top: Senior Cristobal Martinez fills his peers’ bags with affirmations. Bottom: Students stayed overnight at the United Parish of Auburndale and baked bread which was donated to the Salvation Army. (Photos courtesy of Trish Moran)

By Shapleigh Webster1851 Staff

Do you think you could go a whole weekend without knowing what time it was, or checking your phone? On a recent weekend a handful of Lasell College students did just that. More…

Connected Learning in Detroit Reply

Part of the group of students who traveled to Detroit. (Photo courtesy of Shannon Pasco)

Part of the group of students who traveled to Detroit. (Photo courtesy of Shannon Pasco)

By Shapleigh Webster – 1851 Staff

Hospitality and business students were accompanied by assistant management Professor Loredana Padurean to spend an October weekend in Detroit to learn about the ecosystem and growing businesses.

Padurean was excited when she heard about the opportunity.

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Women’s volleyball grows despite obstacles Reply

Senior co-captain Kathy Cameron and teammates celebrate during a home game. (Photo by Heather Johnson)

Senior co-captain Kathy Cameron and teammates celebrate during a home game. (Photo by Heather Johnson)

Shapleigh Webster – 1851 Staff

Behind every strong team, there are strong leaders, passion for the game, and friendship. The Lasell Woman’s Volleyball team has all of these qualities, especially friendship, which despite a tough season, have only become stronger.

“If you see one of the volleyball players, you’re bound to see another, we’re always together,” said senior captain Kathy Cameron.

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Newcomers react to Lasell Reply

Illustration by Amanda Bennett

Illustration by Amanda Bennett

Haleigh Santilli and Shapleigh Webster– 1851 Staff

Being new anywhere is a petrifying experience. Awkward introductions, conversations and icebreakers, people you don’t know. Anyone can feel like they’re a little fish in a big pond, especially a college freshman or new student, when everything is changing in the world around you. More…