"Every day continue building on what you know, even if it’s just one brick at a time."
On Thursday, October 20, 2016, Lasell alumna Shirley Fan-Chan '94 addressed Lasell students during a Lunch and Learn event. Here, Shirley emphasized how crucial strong mentors are to her, and urged students to always seek out a mentor for themselves, both in school and the real world.
“The opportunity to connect with inspirational professionals, especially successful alums, is one of the many benefits of being a Lasell student,” said Jessica Bouchard ’16 after a Lunch and Learn event with Fabiola Pierre White ’04 on September 30, 2016.
Go behind the scenes of Runway 2016 and learn about the students who helped make it possible.
Lasell College alum and Head Athletic Trainer at Simmons College Michael Welch '08 has been named the Great Northeast Athletic Conference Athletic Trainer of the Year.
Lasell College alum and Sports Information Director Emily Machado '13 has been named the 2016 GNAC Sports Information Director of the Year following a vote of the conference’s SIDs.
“Lasell has a lot to offer,” Greg Bullock '14 said. “Find clubs to join and initiatives to become passionate about. By working hard in all of these areas, you will prepare yourself for the future.” To learn more about Greg’s Life after Lasell, watch this video.
Lasell College breaks ground on its new Academic Center
The Class of 1966 celebrated their 50th Reunion in May
Shirley Fan-Chan ’94 discussed the issue of homelessness on college campuses for an article published on Truth-Out.
Joanna de Pena ’13 was named a Gateway Cities Leader by Mass Inc. for her work with youth in the community.
Author and Lasell alum Julie Bortnick Weinstein '08 visited Lasell College for a class lecture and signing of her new book Oops!
To celebrate National Library Week, we take a look inside Brennan Library which is home to more than 64,150 volumes and over 80 electronic databases. Further, as a member of a consortium of 42 local libraries, the Lasell community has access to over six million items.
Laura Carrozza Moore '05, founder of Jersey Peach Designs, was feautred on The Asbury Park Press.
Christian Dumais '02, a candidate for the City of Marlborough's Ward 3 City Councilor, wrote a letter about the main issues Ward 3 and Marlborough are facing.
The Norwalk Board of Education has appointed Lasell College alum Dr. Michael T. Conner '03 to the position of Chief Academic Officer. In this new role, Conner will develop, implement and coordinate Norwalk's Pre K-12 curricula and educational programs and services.
Southern Connecticut State University's Director of Athletics Jay Moran announced the new women's basketball head coach: Lasell alum Kathryn Lynch G'14.
In partnership with the USO New England, designer and Lindsay Tia CEO Lindsay Reilly '13 has launched the "I Am Brave" Campaign.
On April 22, 2015, Lindsay Reilly '13 of Lindsay Tia was featured on Andrea's Notebook. Here, Reilly provided readers a glimpse into her life and her business. She also discussed her training, role models, and inspiration, and gave advice to young designers and entrepreneurs.
Susan Lopez '94 was named the first principal of the new Swanson Road Intermediate School in Auburn, MA.
Kevin Lilly '14 was recently featured on The Museum. Here, Lilly discusses Samaritan Steps, the projects he is currently involved in, his fundraiser with the Boston Celtics, and more.
On March 19, 2015, the Marlborough Regional Chamber of Commerce named Christian Dumais '02 Entrepreneur of the Year.
On March 13, 2015, Newton-Wellesley Hospital honored Adam Dushman ‘08 with the Patient Safety Star Award during National Patient Safety Awareness Week. The Patient Safety Star Program was developed to recognize members of the NWH team who actively contribute to patient safety.
On March 10, 2015, Andrew DeCataldo '14, Joe Garozzo '13, Zachary Adam Gray '14, Kimberly Hooper '11, Ashley Jannino '11, Jordan Mayblum '12, Kaitlin Quinn '15 and Sara Roberts ‘14 returned to Lasell to participate in the third annual COMDay.
"At my job, I see and learn something different every single day," Sarah Robinson ('12) said during Lasell College's first annual Hospitality Day. On March 4, 2015, Lasell alumni Megan McCool ('14) and Harsh Trivedi ('12) joined Robinson to educate students about their experiences in the industry.
On March 2, 2015, Joanna de Peña's '13 Top Notch Scholars Inc., received its nonprofit status.