PHOTOS: Home for the Holidays Part 1 Reply

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As we trade in the brisk breezes of autumn in for the cold nights of winter, it’s important to remember all the fun to be had when you go home for the holidays. Photos courtesy of Google Images and Rosemary Leger with captions written by Rosemary Leger, Kelly Odell, Lindsay Tavarozzi and Jared MacDonald.


PHOTOS: Lasell celebrates first International Education Week Reply

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Photos Courtesy of Sarah Driscoll

Monday, November 16 through Friday, November 20, Lasell celebrated its first International Education Week, which is celebrated throughout the United States. The Office of International Services held several events throughout the week including a global game night, a study abroad video contest showing and tea samplings with a different tea each day. To get involved internationally contact Sarah Driscoll,, or visit the International Student Services Facebook for news about upcoming events.

PHOTOS: Lasell presents “Seussical” Reply

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Photos by Michelle Port1851 Staff

Thursday, November 19 through Sunday, November 22, the Lasell College Drama Club (LCDC) performed  “Seussical,” a musical that intertwines several stories by Dr. Seuss. The musical was filled with wit, comedians, and vibrant colors making it a true must see. There was such a high demand to see the show that people had to be turned away.

PHOTOS: Fall Foliage in Lasell Reply

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Photos by Kayli Hertel, Nicole Taylor and Tom HorakManaging Editor, 1851 Staff Reporter and Photographer

With the weather getting colder and a wind chill in the air, it’s no wonder the trees of Lasell are shedding their leaves. Before winter comes through next month check out some of these fall highlights of the community.

Unpopular Position: I hate thanksgiving Reply

By Krista DeJulio – Co-Editor-in-Chief

Autumn is one of the best times of the year. Between the assortment of holidays, to the changing colors of leaves, and breaking out the UGGs for the first time, it’s hard not to relish in every part of the season. But I hate Thanksgiving. I don’t hate Thanksgiving for the reasons you might think. If you’ve ever talked to me about how much you love gravy or stuffing, chances are I’ve drowned you out.


Addressing race and privilege on campus Reply

By Haleigh West – Contributing Writer

Diversity has many meanings. It’s not limited to skin color, but includes other physical and internal differences such as religion, socioeconomic status, gender identification, sexual orientation, political ideology, and thought process. It is something that makes one or few different from the majority.