Nick Colletti “what the F is up,” [Lasell?] Reply

By Adam Hallenbeck, Katie Peters & Elliette BarrowsSports Editor, Arts Editor & 1851 Staff

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Nick Colletti on stage in Arnow Campus Center performing stand-up comedy.
Photo by Mindy Esposito.

Former Vine star Nick Colletti was welcomed by a massive crowd at Arnow on Oct. 5 for a live comedy show. Held in conjunction with Campus Activities Board (CAB), this event had people lining up hours before Colletti was scheduled to take the stage.

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Area-wide fun for all Reply

By Katie Peters & Mike MarukArts Editor & 1851 Staff

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RA Cory Neal gets pied in the face by her resident, Lindsey Morris. Photo by: Holly Feola. 

Painting pumpkins and pie-throwing filled the East and West Quad for the Autumn Extravaganza on Oct. 5, an event for students to get to know each other, their Resident Assistants (RAs) and their Area Coordinators (ACs). This event was put on by the ACs in
Residential Life with help from Student Activities and input from RAs.

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Annual security and fire safety report released Reply

By Emily Long, Claire Crittendon & Taylor VilesDigital Editor, Feature Editor & 1851 Staff

Content Warning: domestic violence and rape

Campus Police and Human Resources recently released the Annual Security and Fire Safety Report for the 2018 calendar year via an email. The report is released in accordance with the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Crime Statistics Act (Clery Act).

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Swipe or no swiping: What is happening at 1851? Reply

By Katie Peters & Casey DiBariArts Editor & Opinion Editor

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Students wait in long line to order food from the 1851 late-night option. Photo by Katie Peters.

When students returned this September, they were met with a surprise when they arrived at The 1851 Grill to get their late-night dinner. Instead of the usual meal swipe for anything on the menu under $7.99, students learned that was only an option for five items; everything else they had to pay for with dining dollars.

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Lasell Works provides early work experience, lower tuition Reply

By Holly Feola News Editor

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Kaitlyn Hennessy in her room taking online classes for her first day of sophomore year. Photo Courtesy of Kaitlyn Hennessy.

The Lasell Works program made its debut for first-year students in fall 2018. Despite the program being introduced last year, it continues to evolve. Lasell Works is a four-year, declining tuition program that equips students early on with skills for their future professional careers.

Vanderhorst: The ultimate fighter battles beyond the court Reply

By Meghan Carroll- 1851 Staff

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Kevin Vanderhorst pictured in the Athletic Center where he spends countless hours practicing for the upcoming basketball season.
Photo Courtesy of Meghan Carroll.

Junior Kevin Vanderhorst was born July 20, 1997 and raised in the Dominican Republic until 2013, when he came to the U.S. with his mom, dad and little brother. He moved to Lawrence, Mass, where he attended Lawrence’s public school system. His life changed instantly. He didn’t know anyone and having to learn a new language along with the change of weather made adjusting harder. But, his passion to be on the court was always familiar.

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Empty Bowls inspires community service and outreach Reply

By Claire Crittendon & Sean Chase- Features Editor & 1851 Staff

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Professor Baldizar demonstrating different pottery techniques. Photo by Claire Crittendon.

Every Wednesday night at 8 p.m., Yamawaki ceramics studio is ablaze with clay, music and community. Founded four years ago, Empty Bowls is now a renowned club on campus. The club’s mission is to give back to those less fortunate. Each week, the club hand-crafts bowls for their main event, a fundraiser on March 27, 2020.

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