By Adam Hallenbeck– Sports Editor
When I think about that first time I saw you, I don’t think about what was going on in my life or where we were or really anything along those lines like normal people would think about. I remember your eyes. The blue that surrounds your pupil seems deep as an ocean, but that wasn’t what caught my eye. It was the beautiful yellows and slight orange accents sitting on top, creating what looks like a sunflower.
By Rosa del Carmen Gomez – 1851 Staff
It’s senior year and I’m not sure when that happened. Four years ago, I walked into Rockwell Hall and I met you. I went into the housing process requesting a totally random roommate and I was a bit scared. We had spoken a few times on Facebook but not enough to know if we would end up getting along.
By Hannah Akerly – 1851 Staff
Photo Courtesy of Google Images
Although we may not be together, you have brought so much happiness, love and joy into my life. In the short time I have known you, I have laughed louder, smiled more and have never been so grateful to have met a total stranger and then kissed them at midnight on New Year’s Eve.
By Casey DiBari– Opinions Editor
It’s been 10 months since you’ve been gone. 10 months since Aunt Kyle called with the news. 10 months since the wake, the funeral, and 10 months since you left to spend Mother’s Day with Valerie. In those months, we have tried to put the pieces back together, to smooth over the hole that’s been in the family and look for the bright side in every situation.
By Hannah Akerly– 1851 Staff
To be young and living in London, England. The most timeless four months of my life and the scariest decision I ever made in my life, but also the most rewarding. Traveling across the ocean and unpacking my bags to make memories with people I have never met before. Knowing these people would become a major part of my life and yet when I stepped on that plane at Logan airport, I had no idea what was to come. Here’s the truth about studying abroad:
Skylar was Lasell University’s first student ever to study in Japan! Photo Courtesy of Skylar Diamond
By Skylar Diamond – 1851 Staff
After studying abroad, you realize all those people who told you it was going to change your life were right. However, these are five things that you might have not realized about studying abroad until you’ve done it.
By Micheal Maruk & Casey DiBari – 1851 Staff & Opinion Editor
In recent months, Lasell has seen the 1851 Market close many times for a number of reasons. There have been various problems with the scanner, issues with the POS system, and thievery. Chartwells, the company that manages the market, is always happy to see the market being utilized. However, the part they don’t like to see is when people are taking advantage of the problems that occur with the system and stealing, causing financial loss within the market. More…
By Mike Maruk – 1851 Staff
On Thursday, Feb. 27, the IC3 held a celebration seminar for Hindu Goddess of Learning, Saraswati Puja.
The celebration of the goddess was hosted by Professor Ashmita Khasnabish. She invited many of the students from her class as well as other peers of hers to attend the event. There was a table decorated with yellow and white flowers as a shrine to celebrate Saraswati Puja as well as a table to color a print of the goddess.
Most of the people attending the event were either wearing the colors white or yellow to recognize that those were the same colors resembling the ones worn by the goddess. When Professor Khasnabish began her presentation, she explained how Saraswati Puja is the goddess of interdisciplinary skills and learning. Khasnabish stated many children usually go and pray to her for guidance or help before taking a test or do something involving the need for knowledge.
Throughout the event, there was a selection of Indian-style food available. There was a tray of traditional chicken, a few options of rice and soup as well as a sort of rice chip available. In the end, there were poems and performances made in celebration of the goddess’s powers of learning and skills.