“Senior week is weak” is Bleak

This is a rebuttal to the opinion piece “Senior week is weak

By Maggie Clukey – 1851 Contributor

The Senior Class acknowledges and understands the concerns behind Senior Week. It is difficult to create an itinerary that serves every member of the Lasell Community, which is why we have collectively decided to address this article. In this, it is not our intention to cause issues, however it is important to defend the hard work our committee put in to create a week that was both COVID-19 precautious without losing the general attraction of the beloved Senior Week.

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Men’s Lacrosse hopeful for continued success

By Rebecca Osowski – Features Editor

The Men’s Lacrosse team has made it to the Great Northeastern Athletic Conference (GNAC) tournament every year since 2011, excluding the 2020 season that was canceled due to COVID-19. Coming off a GNAC Championship, a National Collegiate Athletic Association tournament appearance, and playing under new head coach Dieter Treusdell, the Lasers hope to continue their success and take home another championship.

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Springtime study spots 

By Holly Feola & Hanna Babek – Opinion Editor & 1851 Contributor

As the warm weather makes its returns, the campus welcomes it with open arms. The dreary winter scene dissipated and now is replaced with a sunny, lively spring one. Students can finally get out of their stuffy rooms and the library to study outside and take in the beautiful weather as nature comes back to life. Here are plenty of places around campus to take in fresh air to study or to chill with friends: 

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Lasers lose White Ribbon game against Sharks

By Kaie Quigley – Co-Editor-in-Chief

All photos by Joe Giacco

Saturday afternoon, the women’s lacrosse team took a 15-7 loss against the Simmons University Sharks at Grellier Field. Seniors Sophia Gadsden and Sydney Brady lead the offense for the Lasers, combining for five of the seven goals. Gadsden scored a hat trick and Brady had two scores. Senior goalie Devin Zambruno tallied 17 saves in the loss.

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Men’s Volleyball takes down top-ranked Springfield in four sets

By Taylor Viles – Sports Editor

First year Jordan Shinaut celebrates a point during the Lasers impressive win against top-ranked Springfield on Tuesday night. Photo courtesy of Janard Jones/Lasell Athletics

The men’s volleyball team sent the Laser faithful into a frenzy last night at the Athletic Center after beating the number one ranked Division III program in the country, the Springfield College Pride, 3-1. The win marked the first time Lasell had beaten Springfield in program history.

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A classic comes screaming back to theaters

By Casey DiBari – 1851 Contributor

On January 14, the anticipated newest installment to Wes Craven’s Scream franchise hit theaters with the fifth film, simply named “Scream”. This movie marks the first film to not be directed by Craven, following his death in 2015. The film was instead directed by the Radio Silence team Matt Bettinelli-Olpin and Tyler Gillett, who previously directed 2019’s “Ready or Not”. However, franchise stars Neve Campbell, Courteney Cox, and David Arquette, as well as some other familiar faces and voices return to the franchise.

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