Take 3 takes off in Winslow Reply

By Dana Sutcliffe & Olivia Angerosa – 1851 Staff 

With the transition from Sodexo to Chartwells this academic year, Lasell has seen positive changes in the dining facilities across campus. For most, the Take 3 stations in Winslow and Einstein’s are convenient places to stop before class to grab a quick bite to eat. This relieves the stress of waking up early or rushing to and from the dining hall in between classes. More…

Possible Merger: Student Feedback 2

Cameron Brennan, junior sport communication major at Lasell College, may be the most level-headed of all. 1851 staff members Megan Palumbo and Dana Sutcliffe talked to 20 students about the possible merger between Lasell College and Mt. Ida College. When asked for his opinion, Brennan said, “The collaboration between the two schools would open up more options for students…until more information is brought up and given to the students, I don’t think I have an opinion as of yet, whether it’s for or against the students.”

Here’s a sampling that Lasell students told Palumbo and Sutcliffe after attending one of the two meetings this past Monday.  More…

Letter to the editor 1

Jill Carey – Professor of Fashion

In response to Paris Adams’s editorial piece in The 1851 Chronicle, I suggest the following:

Consider, “What’s good for the goose is good for the gander.” In other words, think of the fashion department as a whole entity with various interconnecting threads rather than individual tracks that do not benefit one another. The industry thrives from the interrelationship between design, communications, as well as retail merchandising and in fact could and would not exist without this interdependency.  Therefore, curricular and professional opportunities within and beyond the fashion department have the potential to benefit all students as well as the wider community.     More…

Return from abroad equals culture shock 1

By Megan Palumbo – Sports Editor

Before coming home from abroad, I was told about the inevitable culture shock I’d experience being back in a familiar setting. I didn’t expect life to stand still, but I wasn’t thinking I would come back to so much change. After I said my goodbyes, flew back from South Africa, and endured more than 18 hours of flying and driving, I was home at last.   More…