By Casey DiBari and Izzy Woods – 1851 Contributors
With the holidays right around the corner, we’re sure people are working on their favorite holiday recipes for this grand return after COVID. We’ve decided to share a few of our favorites holiday staples, and who knows, maybe it can be tried out at your family holiday dinner too.
By Izzy Woods & Bailey Klingaman – 1851 Contributor & Digital Editor
This holiday season, there is a lot to be thankful for: seeing family, friends, and traditions being able to resume in a safe manner since COVID-19. Through numerous events on campus and interviews with the community, it is clear the university is full of gratitude.
Family, friends and alumni flocked to campus from October 16 to 18 to reconnect with their loved ones within the Lasell community. This annual event was put on pause in 2020 to respect federal and state COVID-19 guidelines, but two weeks ago the Office of Student Activities launched three days of non-stop, in-person events.
On October 11, Marathon Monday made its return to campus as the Boston Marathon ran for the first time in over 900 days. Students celebrated throughout the day, from watching runners pass them by on the corner of Woodland Road and Washington Street, to singing and dancing at Arnow Quad.
Mathieu Ouellet is a senior currently enrolled at Lasell University, and he understands this issue. He shares his knowledge through the LCTV program “Culinary College” making dishes that students can make.
By Abi Brown, Mike Maruk & Ghiz Benzerdjeb– Arts Editor, Art Director & 1851 Contributor
With the colors of fall creeping in, the urge to go outside and check them out is really exciting. The best thing about being at Lasell in the fall is you are never too far from some great parks to check out as well as get some exercise. These places include activities such as basketball, biking, hiking, and much more.