Campus jams to Guthrie Reply

Natalie Kfoury – Co-editor-in-chief

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On October 4, Lasell continued its celebration of the 100th anniversary of the birth of Woody Guthrie, the iconic American singer-songwriter and folk mu­sic legend, by hosting the Woody Guthrie Jam. Lead by Professor Lorraine Ham­mond, the event turned the Yamawaki Gallery into a very inviting space where anyone could pick up an instrument and sing to join in on the fun.


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…