The Lasell grant proposal was one of 50 grants funded by the NEA in its Art Works Design category out of 1,547 eligible applications.
Monday, May 13, 2013
Thursday, April 25, 2013
The student who was honored is a senior at the Newton college.
A senior at Newton's Lasell College was one of a handful of students President Barack Obama invited to last week's interfaith service for the Marathon bombing victims. Chelsea Ouellette (Lasell '13) was recognized for helping provide medical assistance to Marathon runners through the Lasell Athletic Training and Exercise Science Department, according to a post on the Lasell College website. Obama invited a total of five local college students who were medical assistants during the marathon, the website said. In addition to Ouellette, the other students invited to the interfaith service came from Boston University, Bridgewater State University, Salem State University and Merrimack College. Last week's interfaith service, which was held at …
Thursday, April 18, 2013
The team wore special shirts at its game on April 16.
As the Boston community continues to reel from Monday's bombings at the Boston Marathon finish line, one Newton college sports team took time to honor the bombing victims at a game earlier this week. The Lasell College men's lacrosse team wore special "Prays for Boston" shirts during its game Tuesday against Emmanuel College, according to a post on the Lasell College website. "We thought it was a great way to show our support for the victims and their families," Coach Michael Maggio said on the Lasell website. "Our thoughts and prayers are with the city of Boston." Lasell College won Tuesday's game 4-3 in double overtime.
Saturday, March 30, 2013
As part of Lasell’s Alternative Spring Break Program, 12 students recently embarked on a weeklong service trip to Albuquerque, N.M., where they partnered with the Native Health Initiative.
Wednesday, March 27, 2013
Instead of tossing the old computers, the school found a worthwhile cause where the computers would be put to good use.
Have you ever set up a brand new PC or laptop and wondered what to do with the old one? Earlier this month, Lasell College was faced with that exact question. The answer? Recycle Computers 4 Cancer. The Newton-based college recently donated 70 computers to Recycle Computers 4 Cancer, a non-profit organization that provides computers to cancer patients, allowing them to stay in touch with loved ones, obtain medical information and work online. According to a post on the Lasell College website, Lasell administrative assistant Emily Alter came up with the idea to donate the equipment after she donated her personal computer to the organization. Without a formal program to recycle electronics, Lasell College would have likely paid to have the …
Sunday, February 24, 2013
A group of ten Lasell College students recently ventured down to the New Jersey seacoast, where they joined volunteers from AmeriCorps and Sister Jean's Soup Kitchen.
Thursday, February 14, 2013
The youngsters from the Lasell College Holway Child Study Centers had some special valentines and songs to share today.
Pre-Kindergarteners from Lasell College's Holway Child Study Center - Rockwell delivered valentines to seniors at Lasell Village on Thurs., Feb. 14, 2013. The pre-k students also performed a few Valentine's Day songs for the Lasell Village residents.
Sunday, January 27, 2013
Since December, volunteers from Lasell's Food Service vendor Sodexo have transported food items to the Centre Street Food Pantry in Newton.
Monday, January 7, 2013
Professors from the Newton college will cover the fashion of Downton Abbey as part of a "Ladies of Downton Abbey" event.
Whether it's the Dowager Countess' elaborate evening dresses, or Lady Sybil's Harem pants in Season One, the fashion in "Downton Abbey" is almost as much of a star as the characters themselves. And if you've ever been curious to learn more about the style of "Downton", mark your calendars for an event tomorrow night with two Lasell College fashion professors. Lasell College Fashion Department Chair Lynn Blake and Lasell Fashion Collection Curator Jill Carey will give a talk tomorrow night, January 8, about the evolving styles of the hit PBS series, "Downton Abbey." The presentation will take place at the Fisher School in Westwood as part of a special program on the "Ladies of Downton Abbey" hosted by the Westwood Historical Society. "…
Friday, December 7, 2012
Students from Lasell College recently presented a fashion show in conjunction with an exhibit featuring post-World War II automobile memorabilia currently on display at the Larz Anderson Auto Museum in Brookline.