Program Highlights

Speakers

Music, Spoken Word and Theatre

  • "Music and Social Change. Woodie Guthrie's legacy" – an interactive concert with award-winning folk musician and song-writer Alastair Moock 
  • Spoken word artist Christopher Johnson
  • "Marx in Soho"  One-man play, looking at contemporary society through the eyes of Marx performed by Bob Weick
  •  "And Still we Rise". Collaborative theater project dedicated to healing, public awareness, and social change through empowering the voices of formerly incarcerated people and their loved ones.

Panels and forums

  • "Conversations about Trayvon Martin and Stand Your Ground Laws."  Faculty and Student panel
  • "Social Justice Forum: Setting Priorities for your Generation" Workshop with students, led by Dorcas Gilmore from NAACP and LeLaina Romero.
  • "It's all different yet it's not different at all". Intergenerational Women's History Month panel, panelists Callie Crossley, and members of the Lasell and Village community.

Films

To Catch a Dollar"To Catch a Dollar: Muhammad Yunus Banks on America"

"The Ghost Army"
Film screening and discussion with filmmaker Rick Beyer 

Daughters and Sons "Daughters and Sons. Preventing Child Trafficking in the Golden Triangle"
Screened and discussed by Patricia Zinkowski (Friends of Thai Daughters)  

"Who Does She Think She Is?"


Voter registration
and absentee ballot project  - 700 students registered to vote.

News Highlight

Lasell College to go Test Optional for Fall 2017 Admission  Tuesday, August 2, 2016After careful deliberation, Lasell College has announced it will go "test-optional" beginning with applications for admission to the 2017 Fall semester. The College will no longer require prospective students to submit SAT or ACT scores.

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