Unwanted wake up woes Reply

Jake BellCopy Editor 

Whether it’s due to work, studying, or socializing, students living on campus usually don’t go to bed until late. Most of us can function with a couple hours of sleep and a nap during the day. However, what is becoming a problem with Lasell residents is the landscaping and leaf blow­ing during the early morning hours. More…

Editor’s Corner: Christmas confession Reply

Zac Vierra — Co-Editor-in-Chief

I was born on December 25, 1990. You would think that would automatically make Christmas my favorite holiday. For most of my years growing up, Christmas was at the top of the list. I got double presents (most of the time, but that’s a story for another day) so no holiday could possibly be better.

But I have a confession to make: sorry Christmas, but I have moved on. Thanksgiving is simply better in my eyes. More…

Talk of Ages promotes timeless discussion Reply

Actress Kaiulani Lee speaks to students, faculty, and Lasell Village residents during the Talk of Ages, “A Sense of Wonder” event. Photo By Kristina Kaufmann

Kristina Kaufmann and Kayli Hertel – Photo Editor and 1851 Staff

“We all think we can’t make a differ­ence, yes we can,” said actress Kaiulani Lee at the Talk of Ages, “A Sense of Wonder” event on Friday, November 9, in Rosen Auditorium. The event was centered on bringing recognition to Rachel Carson, an influential author and environmental activ­ist. The event focused on Carson’s novel, Si­lent Spring, which reflected on the chemical industry’s use of pesticides and America’s contemporary environmental movement. More…

Commencement speaker search continues Reply

Mary Pavlu – Features Editor

Graduation is a day of achievement, growth and celebration. It’s also celebrated with a commencement speaker, and past years have included successors such as the CEO of Talbots and Scott Brown, as well as the latest speaker, Barney Frank. Timid graduates on the verge of entering the real world look to the speaker for insight, moti­vation, and positivity. More…