Lasell College News
Browse past news stories for Lasell College in Auburndale, MA.
- Ridgefield Student Graduates From Lasell College
From Meritpages: Lasell College honored the Class of 2019 at the institution's 165th ...
- Study: Lasell College Ranks Third Nationally in Blue Tweets - Patch.com
Students at Lasell College are using Twitter to sound off on their political leanings, which according to a recent study are predominantly liberal. Lasell ranked t ...
- Lasell College in Newton holds graduation ceremony - Wicked Local
Lasell College in Newton held its 162nd commencement exercises May 15, granting 403 baccalaureate degrees and 147 master's degrees before an audience of ...
- Lasell College breaks ground for new academic building - Wicked Local
State Rep. Kay Khan, D-Newton, joined Lasell College President Michael Alexander and the Lasell College community during ground-breaking ceremonies for the college ...
- Lasell College to host Think Peace Benefit - Wicked Local
The Lasell Center for Community-Based Learning will host the Think Peace Benefit for the Lauren Dunne Astley Memorial Fund at 3 p.m. April 10, in deWitt H ...
- Boston Businessman, Philanthropist Commencement Speaker at Lasell College - Patch.com
NEWTON, MA - Lasell College has named prominent Boston businessman, political figure and urban advocate Steve Grossman the 2016 Commencement speaker. Grossman ...
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