From iconic lyrics to the runway, the white tee has become a fixture of American and human culture. This simple garment has transcended from its original purpose of protection and become today’s go-to vessel for self-expression.
The Tiny Desk Concerts are coming back to the spring Symposium. The Tiny Desk is based on National Public Radio’s (NPR) Tiny Desk, which features musicians performing for audiences in a small room. Lasell’s Tiny Desk will be online again this year with on-campus musicians performing using NPR’s Tiny Desk Zoom background.
I have over 4,500 songs downloaded, but do I still look for new music every week? That was a rhetorical question, of course I do. You should too, but just in case you didn’t this week, I’ve hand-picked some new songs by small artists you can gatekeep from your friends.
By Claire Crittendon & Ava Neely – Co-Editor-in-Chief & 1851 Contributor
Just over four miles away is the McMullen Museum of Art, owned and operated by Boston College. Open to all who wear masks, this museum “aims to cultivate learning, celebrate artistic excellence, explore the visual traditions of diverse cultures, and inspire transdisciplinary faculty and student research based on the visual arts” according to its website.
By Claire Crittendon & Samantha Vega-Torres– Co-Editor-in-Chief & 1851 Contributor
Mark your calendars— May 7 and 8 is the return of in-person Runway to Lasell!
Fashion Marketing and Merchandising Professor Kristin Kinsky is teaching fashion event production, and working in tandem with her students and Fashion Design Professor Lynn Blake to pull off the first in-person Runway show since 2019.