Residence Halls: Then and Now 1

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 Reply

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 Reply

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!

Ecuador Shoulder-to-Shoulder photo gallery Reply

 

Photos by Natalie Kfoury

A collection of photos from the 2014 Shoulder-to-Shoulder service learning trip to Ecuador. 13 Lasell students went on the trip with Professors Aaron Toffler and Jose Guzman as well as Gillian Stanley, who works in the Graduate Program. The group stayed at two haciendas, Pachamama and El Sinche with a group of hosts. While on the trip, the group learned about farming and nature, hiked mountains and volcanoes, visited cities and a university, and spent two days at a school where they interacted with children, fixed the water system, installed playground equipment, and created a soccer field. Applications for next year’s trip are available now and can be picked up at the Center for Community-Based Learning, located in Klingbeil House.

Men’s, women’s basketball fall in doubleheader Reply

Photos by Tom Horak

The men’s and women’s basketball teams each lost their respective games in a Tuesday night doubleheader.

Women’s basketball started the doubleheader against the University of St. Joseph’s, as the Lasers fell to the Blue Jays, 71-59. Lasell junior Alexis Chappell had a game-high 18 points and sophomore Katie Stopera led with seven assists. Lasell falls to 9-10 overall (2-3 GNAC).

No. 9 Amherst traveled to 1844 Commonweath Ave to take on the men’s team, defeating the Lasers 95-74. Senior Brandon Ganesh had a game-high 35 points for Lasell. The Lasers fall to 10-8.

Both teams play again on Saturday, February 8.