Rugby prevails over williams, 31-26 Reply

Photos by Tom Horak

Tristan DavisSports Editor

Ricky Hawkes ran in the winning try with two minutes left in the second half to propel Lasell past Williams College, 31-26 on a chilly fall October 13 at Grellier Field. It was a back-and-forth scoring affair, totaling five different lead changes throughout. Going into the match, the Lasers were coming off of a 14-point loss to Brandeis and had fallen to 1-2 on the season. Williams’ College woes continue as they fall to 0-4. More…

Justin falls short in “Part 2 of 2” Reply

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Zachary Gray – Co-Editor-In-Chief

Justin Timberlake has enjoyed a successful summer, as “The 20/20 Experience” put the pop star back in the spotlight. On September 30, Timberlake released his fourth solo album, “The 20/20 Experience – Part 2 of 2. The theme of new-school sophistication carries over to this album, but quality was apparently left behind. More…

Don Jon: A film on addiction and healing Reply

Natalie Kfoury – Co-Editor-in-Chief

"Don Jon," directed by Joseph Gordon-Levitt is the story of Jon Martello, a man who is addicted to porn.

“Don Jon,” directed by Joseph Gordon-Levitt is the story of Jon Martello, a man who is addicted to porn.

His body. His pad. His ride. His family. His church. His boys. His girls. And, his porn. From the very start, viewers of “Don Jon,” written by, directed by, and starring Joseph Gordon-Levitt, know what to expect from Jon Martello (Gordon-Levitt). More…

Ciao from Florence! Reply

Kristina Kaufmann – Global Correspondent

Studying abroad was always something I was unsure of whether or not I would do. I hadn’t put much thought to it during high school and when I was sitting in my freshman seminar class three years ago, watching a presentation by Lena Berc, I still was indecisive. Scared to even think about leaving behind my friends, family, and familiar surroundings for a semester, I had never been away from home for that long. More…

Sweet digs on campus Reply

Zachary Gray – Co-Editor-in-Chief

Living on a college campus is truly a great experience. It’s four years of memories, meeting friends, and living independently. Compared to the major colleges in the Boston area, Lasell has a small number of students living on campus. Yet, Lasell arguably has the most variety when it comes to residence halls. The Auburndale campus features the historical houses, spacious suites, hotel-style halls, and traditional dormitories. But which style residence hall is the best to live in? Several seniors shared their thoughts on the dorms they’ve lived in throughout their years at Lasell. More…

Drama Club announces, prepares for “Nine” Reply

Christina Alario – 1851 Staff

The Drama Club practices for the musical “Nine,” which will premiere on December 5. (Photo by Emily Kochanek)

The Drama Club practices for the musical “Nine,” which will premiere on
December 5. (Photo by Emily Kochanek)

The Drama Club has selected the musical “Nine” as its fall production. The show, set in a spa, focuses on the midlife crisis of playwright Guido Contini, who is struggling to come up with a new movie pitch as well as balance the relationships with the women in his life. More…

Lasell proves its value Reply

Ashyln Curley – Op/Ed Editor

In late September Boston Globe columnist Joanna Weiss featured Lasell in an opinion piece titled, “Shaking up the academic core: Mixing disciplines has brought new energy to the humanities at Lasell College.” She compared the image of college to the joyless image in “Good Will Hunting” with classic lectures of “egotistical professors” and students who aren’t thrilled to be there. But then there’s Lasell College. More…