On Tuesday April 24th, deWitt Hall buzzed with excited students eager to show off their classwork from the current spring semester. With the room full of presentations, interactive videos and delicious food, the day was a hit. Check out the photo gallery for a glimpse of Lasell students, faculty, and members of the community enjoying Symposium.
Photos by Dana Sutcliffe and Megan Palumbo More…
As of today, marks one month left of the 2018 spring semester. 1851 Chronicle staff Dana Sutcliffe and Megan Palumbo went around campus asking what students and professors were looking forward to for the rest of the semester, and if they had big summer plans.
We don’t own the rights to any audio used in the video. “Giving Up The Gun” – Vampire Weekend
Senior student Armando Machado Jr. is making a difference in his community.
By working with the New England Center and Home for Veterans, he’s raising money and awareness. The charity helps former members of the military to find jobs and gives them a place to stay until they get back on their feet.
The 1851 Chronicle’s Spring Break Photo Contest has been extended to a later date so Lasell students have more time to submit their favorite photos from their time off! There’s a maximum submission of 3 photos, and adding a caption is optional. Post the photos on your social media platform of choice (Twitter, Instagram, Facebook) and mention The 1851 Chronicle (@1851chronicle). Don’t forget to include the hashtag #LasellSB2k18. The new deadline is Tuesday March 27, 2018 at 12 midnight. The winning photo will be featured in our next print issue. Be sure to spread the word and submit your best spring break photos!
Calling all spring breakers! It’s time to participate in the 1851 Chronicle’s Spring Break 2018 Photo Contest. Whether you’re snowed in at home, on Alternative Spring Break, or sipping tropical drinks on the beach we want to see what you’ve been up to during your week off!
Submit your best spring break photo with the hashtag #LasellSB2k18 to the 1851’s social media accounts from Thursday March 15 – Thursday March 22 at 12 midnight. The best photo will be announced on Friday March 23, 2018 and will be published in the March issue of the 1851 Chronicle! Good luck and enjoy the rest of the break.
By Dana Sutcliffe – 1851 Staff
Looking to spend St. Patrick’s Day somewhere a little more festive this year? South Boston is a prideful community full of cultural festivities, a thriving bar scene, local food favorites and the annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade. So whether you’re just looking to grab a drink with friends or simply relax with some bar food classics, take a look at the list below and have a safe and exciting holiday!
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By Dana Sutcliffe – 1851 staff
So it’s finally that one week in March you’ve been waiting for, spring break! You find yourself being able to breathe again after the chaos of midterms and that stress headache that’s been bothering you since Monday is gone. Life is looking up but there’s still one thing on your mind…you’re stuck at home for break. Although it’s a bummer, staying local for the week isn’t the end of the world and it just means you have more time to save up for that next big adventure. Spring breaking at home can be fun if you make the best of it and with these 5 simple ideas, you’ll be on your way to enjoying the week just as much as your friends in Cancun…well almost as much! More…
By: Megan Palumbo and Dana Sutcliffe – Sports Editor and 1851 staff
It’s #internationalwomensday and we’re celebrating girl power! 1851 staff Megan Palumbo and Dana Sutcliffe got in contact with Lasell junior Allie Talarico, who is currently studying abroad at Franklin University in Lugano, Switzerland. Talarico has been enjoying her time exploring a different part of the world, and wants to share what it’s been like being a woman overseas.
Photo courtesy of: Allie Talarico
“This is a photo my friend took of me in Siena, Italy. It was so stunning and surreal to look out over the countryside and be reminded that I was truly here, and that I was able to make studying abroad possible because I worked hard, saved all the money to fund the trip on my own, and had the incredible support of my family and my mom especially. This is one of the best life decisions I’ve ever made and I feel like I’m growing immensely here. Traveling abroad as a woman and as someone who has never traveled anywhere outside of the East coast has had its daunting moments, like the times we’ve gotten lost or had to go to the hospital, but the friends I’ve made and the adventures I’ve gone on so far are priceless. I’ve met so many people and so many women with beautiful, diverse stories about where they come from all over the world, what they’re studying, and who they want to be and what they want to do with their lives. It is so inspiring.”