By Katie Peters– Arts Editor
The brains of the operation, Ruth Kehinde and Emily Long. Photo courtesy of Emily Long and Ruth Kehinde.
Managing digital content for a university’s newspaper is no small feat. It takes creativity, patience and communication to do the job effectively. Since March, The 1851 Chronicle has moved completely online, making the job of digital editor that much more crucial. Thanks to the two women that currently hold this job, the transition has been seamless.
On Feb. 1, the celebration for Black History Month was attended by Lasell citizens in the Lasell Intercultural Center & Commuter Cottage (IC3). This commemoration was to have the month of February start with not only stomachs filled with delicious, Caribbean and African food but also a month for individuals to be aware of the various cultures that are represented on campus.
Photos by Ruth Kehinde and Holly Feola – Digital Editor and News Editor
By Emily Long and Michael Maruk – Digital Editor and 1851 Staff
On Tuesday, January 28, 2020, the Office of Student Activities and Orientation held the annual Spring Activities Fair in the Athletic Center. Just back from winter break, student clubs, organizations and employment opportunities aimed to recruit students to join.
The Spring Activities fair was held in the Athletic Center. Photo Courtesy of Michael Maruk
The photo gallery, “Snowlicious,” portrays the impacted days of December by the amount of snowfall that was presented on the Lasell campus. Winter becomes the new black, having each snowflake leave nothing unveiled.
Photos were taken by Digitial Editor Ruth Kehinde.
Within the month of November, Lasers portray the vivid outlooks that surround the Lasell campus through their extraordinary lens. The season of fall is brought to life through a photo gallery that depicts the variation in color that truly justifies why this season was given its name.
Photos were taken by Digitial Editor Ruth Kehinde, Liv Pittsley Fernandes and Krista Roman.
By Katie Peters – Arts Editor
On Thursday, Nov. 14, the hill outside of Winslow was covered in small paper flags representing “the relative percentage of survivors at Lasell University” in the context of Intimate Parter Violence. The data from the Association of American Universities annual Campus Climate Survey and the number of Lasell’s undergraduates were used to show how women, men and LGBT+ individuals on campus are affected by this issue according to the survey. This project was completed by Professor Karin Raye’s Title XI Interns and the Men’s Baseball Team.
Outside of Winslow on Thursday, a display of flags representing the percentage of Lasell students who may report Intimate Partner Violence as an undergraduate greeted students as they walked to class.
By Ruth Kehinde– Digital Editor
President Michael Alexander hosted a barbeque for First Year Honors Students this past Tuesday, September 17 on the Arnow Campus Center Quad. All freshmen honors students and staff gathered together to be celebrated on their new endeavors of being a part of Lasell University.
The President’s BBQ offered a variety of food choices such as burgers, chicken, mac and cheese.
On September 17, the Arnow Quad came alive with clubs and organizations vying for new members. The activities fair is an anticipated event during the first few weeks of the semester. In previous years, the event was held in the Athletic Center however, this year, the event was moved outside.
The Activities Fair- which was traditionally held in the Athletics Center, took place on the Arnow Quad.