Ghost Ship Harbor is a real-life haunt

By Ryan Fitzgerald & Tristan Davis – Co-Editor-in-Chief & Features Editor

Sitting calmly in the bay of Quincy is a naval ship with quite a history. In 1953, the “Sea Witch” doubled as a hospital and morgue for victims of the Ionian earthquake, carrying passengers from the rubble. Many did not survive. Though the passengers from the original ride are long gone, those that still work on the ship say their spirits have made it their permanent home. Today, the USS Salem leads a very different life.

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Nicknamed the “Sea Witch,” the USS Salem sits in Quincy Harbor. Today, she’s decked out in full Halloween attire. Ghost Ship Harbor is located at 739 Washington Street, Quincy. Photo by Ryan Fitzgerald

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News Briefs

Multi-generational fact check speaker visits Lasell Village

On October 17, the Lasell community gathered in the Lasell Village ballroom for a presentation about misinformation and fact-checking surrounding the presidential election. The presentation was given by Emily Thorson, an Assistant Professor of Political Science at Boston College.  Continue reading “News Briefs”

Chronicle’d Podcast: Episode 3, Campus police officer Brian Barnes

By Tristan Davis – Features Editor

Get to know campus police officer Brian Barnes as he allows editor Tristan Davis into his own police car for a conversation. The two talk about the recent clown hoax, and working on creating a familiar relationship between students and campus police. Please excuse a lesser audio quality due to the setting.

Chronicle’d Podcast: Episode 2, SID and assistant women’s soccer coach Emily Machado

Emily Machado, Sports Information Director and new assistant women’s soccer coach, joins Features editor Tristan Davis on the second episode of Chronicle’d. The two Lasers talk about Emily’s new position with the soccer team, her experience as an undergrad student athlete at Lasell, and winning the first GNAC title in women’s soccer program history.

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