By Brianna Robbins – Sports Editor
When it comes to a challenge, both the men’s and women’s cross country teams know how to come together and overcome obstacles. Both teams started the season with new coach, Nicholas Noheimer. Both teams’ rosters are under 10, the men’s team has nine runners and the women’s has five.
By Ryan Fitzgerald – OP/ED Editor
As this semester comes to an end, clubs on campus will have their final meetings as a group. The tennis, crew, rugby, and running clubs have enjoyed success in different ways this semester.
By Samantha Plumley – 1851 Staff
Being able to complete someone else’s sentences is a sign of being in sync. This can be said for the men’s volleyball team. As a unified team, they will be able to exceed expectations this year to win the Great Northeast Athletic Confer- ence (GNAC) championship.
By Brianna Robbins - Sports Editor
My high school’s mascot was the “Red Eddies”, named after the school’s founder, Edward Little, who was an attorney and philanthropist. All throughout high school other teams would chant, “What’s your mascot? What’s a Red Eddie?” Unfortunately, this lack of identity in my school’s mascot carried over to college.
By Morgan Austin - Copy Editor
J. Cole: 2014 Forest Hills Drive
Hip-Hop lyricist, J. Cole announced the release of his third album through a Facebook post November 16. Cole’s latest project, 2014 Forrest Hills Drive, features songs that depict the story about his return home.
By Haleigh Santilli – 1851 Staff
Coney Island Ice Cream Café is a locally owned, family oriented business with a bit of an Italian flare. Opened in 2003, the cafe serves delicious year round ice cream, coffees, sandwiches, and teas to local and loyal customers of the West Newton area. Located on 1284 Washington St, West Newton, Coney Island Ice Cream is just a couple doors down from the West Newton Cinema and across the street from CVS.
By Sean McGlone – 1851 Staff
The Lasell College Drama Club recently performed its production of “Urinetown: The Musical.” The musical focuses on a world where people must pay for “the privilege” to pee. Those who cannot afford the fee are not allowed to pee that day. Anyone caught urinating anywhere other than the public bathrooms are sent away to Urinetown.