Event planner Bryan Rafanelli’s tips for success

Well-known Boston event planner Bryan Rafanelli visited campus late February to share his success story and offer advice to students, especially those in hospitality and event management. (Photo by Tina Nalepa)
Well-known Boston event planner Bryan Rafanelli visited campus late February to share his success story and offer advice to students, especially those in hospitality and event management. (Photo by Tina Nalepa)

Tina Nalepa – 1851 Staff

As a student at Syracuse University, Bryan Rafanelli loved planning events and socials in his fraternity and as he kept planning events, his passion grew.  He began his first career at Filene’s after graduating where he learned how to run a businesses well as buy and market products. At this time, he was taking classes to further his education in architecture. After landing an internship and being successful there, he started his own business.  Continue reading “Event planner Bryan Rafanelli’s tips for success”

Hospitality senior follows her dreams

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Photo courtesy of Haley Rauffenbart

Alyssa Rothstein – Contributing Writer

Hospitality student, Haley Rauffenbart, is one of those people who look like they have their whole life figured out. Find out Rauffenbart’s secrets to happiness, advice to students, and her favorite hobbies in our one-on-one interview.

Tell me about your internship at Rafanelli Events. I was told you are the first Lasell College hospitality student to achieve an internship at their company. What does an average day at your internship look like?  Continue reading “Hospitality senior follows her dreams”

Residence Halls: Then and Now

Current photos by Zachary Gray. Vintage photos used with permission of the Winslow Archives of Lasell College

Lasell’s residence halls have survived decades, even over a century, in Auburndale. Some have remained relatively the same, while others have seen dramatic changes. This is a small sample of these dorms through the years.

12 ways to freshen up your lifestyle

Photos by Natalie Kfoury

Natalie Kfoury – Co-Editor-in-Chief

Given up on your New Year’s Resolution or let the winter blues get you down? Spring is right around the corner and the time is right to rejuvenate your body, mind, and soul.

Check out these 12 tips on how to change up your lifestyle to make it fresher, healthier, more vibrant, and hopefully more fun.

Laser Photography of the Week

From left: A scenic shot of Boston, the front deck of Lasell’s Keever House. Photos by Catrina Joki.

The 1851 Chronicle is proud to showcase these beautiful photographs submitted by senior graphic design major Catrina Joki. To submit your photographs of Lasell, Boston, or anything else you want to share for our website and social media, tag your Instagrams with #1851Chronicle or email photos to Natalie Kfoury at nkfoury@lasell.edu. Our favorite photos may appear in the paper as well!

Peer health education through the eyes of Peer Health Educators

Photos by Natalie Kfoury

Natalie Kfoury – Co-Editor-in-Chief

Kayli Hertel walked into her first meeting of the Peer Health Educators and was pleased to find the atmosphere relaxed, accommodating, and friendly. Hertel, a sophomore history major, decided to join the group this semester to become more educated and to educate others. Hertel is one of 10 current Peer Health Educators, according to advisor Kate McCarthy, who work to raise awareness at Lasell on themes such as alcohol and drug awareness, healthy relationships, sexual health, mental health, and sexual and domestic assault awareness.

“What Peer Health is really all about is talking about the hard stuff and that is important for everyone to be exposed to,” said Hertel. Continue reading “Peer health education through the eyes of Peer Health Educators”

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