Students celebrate Transgender Day of Remembrance Reply

By Katie Peters & Emily Long1851 staff

PRIDE hosted Transgender Day of Remembrance in the Arnow Campus Center, Nov. 15. The event that brought attention to transgender issues featured Carter, a 24-year-old non-binary trans masculine man who shared his story of coming into his identity. Born a girl, he had known that he was trans from a very young age but didn’t get to learn about his identity until college. Most of his adolescence, he was encouraged to wear makeup and skinny jeans. His father would give him lectures on dating and boys.  

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COM students venture to Washington D.C. Reply

Six communication students and two faculty members traveled to WashingtonD.C. on Oct. 11-13 to learn more about political communications. Each day was lledwith activities such as touring Sirius XM Radio, having lunch at the National PressClub, meeting with Congressman Joe Kennedy III’s press secretary, and spending aday at the Newseum. (L-R) Megan Palumbo, Cameron Brennan, Nicholas Crane, Carly Smith, Dana Sutcliffe, Irish Noel, Dr. Lauren Anderson and Professor Marie Franklin.

Shoulder-to-Shoulder program extends deadline Reply

The application deadline for the Shoulder-to-Shoulder International Service-Learning Programs have been extended to Monday, October 15, 2018. Students have the opportunity to travel to Ecuador, Mexico or Tanzania. Visit Lasell’s Shoulder-to-Shoulder page  to fill out an application or for more details on each trip.

Getting Schooled at Symposium Reply

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.

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One Month Left of School 2

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

Raising Awareness for Homeless Veterans: One Cookie at a Time Reply

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.

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Spring Break 2018 Photo Contest: Extended! Reply

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!

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