Bookstore provides better buying options Reply

Zach Gray – Sports Editor

No matter the subject, chances are one of your courses requires textbooks. Though many students order textbooks via Amazon and other online shopping sites, the Donahue’s Bookstore in the Arnow Campus Center continues to be the primary source for Lasell textbooks. More…

Editor’s Corner: Apply yourself Reply

Natalie Kfoury – Co-editor-in-chief

When I was eight years old, I was going to grow up and become a racehorse jockey. Never mind the fact that I had never been on a horse and that my parents weren’t planning on having me saddle up anytime soon. I really thought that I was going to win the Kentucky Derby someday. More…

Parking restrictions bring unfair tickets Reply

Jacob Bell & Tom Tighe – 1851 Staff

Lasell is a home away from home for many students. Some come from a local town, and others live a few states away. La­sell sets rules and restrictions for parking so students have designated spots to park. However, they also issue tickets to vehicles that don’t have parking passes. These rules are enforced by Campus Police. More…

New Muse album falls short Reply

Scott LaPier – 1851 Staff

Muse is a band noted for their ex­plosive live shows, powerful sound, and quirky conspiracy-inspired songs. They have made a career out of writing music that sends chills up your spine, can make you feel weightless and leaves you begging for more when the album finishes. How­ever, on their last two releases, they seem to have lost the plot. More…

No Doubt comes out of hiatus with a bang Reply

Natalie Kfoury – Co-editor-in-chief 

The party is back. Eleven years since 2001’s “Rock Steady,” No Doubt, the alter­native rock group helmed under the icon­ic Gwen Stefani, returns with “Push and Shove.” This is an album that brings us back to where No Doubt soared with fun, catchy and obnoxiously enjoy­able songs and rhythms that leave fans with smiles on their faces and newcomers eager to hear more. More…