“The Truth Unraveled” Reply

On Tuesday, April 18, Professor Deborah Baldizar’s Art Management class held an Interactive Art Project and Art Show titled “The Truth Unraveled.” The event brought students, faculty, Lasell village members and even children together to discover what the truth means to them. Here’s Co-Editor-in-Chief Ryan Fitzgerald and staff member Max Schochet’s coverage of the event in part with LCTV.

Laser Nation: Talks Politics Reply

By Krista DeJulio, Megan Palumbo and Brandi Johnson – Co-Editor-In-Chief and 1851 Staff

Since this is the season of politics, the Laser Nation film crew asked students around campus about politics, the debates, and the new candidates. Check out what they had to say when 1851 staff members Krista DeJulio, Megan Palumbo, and Brandi Johnson chased down Laser opinions.

Laser Nation: Special Alumni Edition Reply

By Krista DeJulio, Allie Nekola and Megan Palumbo – Co-Editor-In-Chiefs and 1851 Staff

“1851 Chronicle” reporters Krista DeJulio, Allie Nekola with Megan Palumbo editing, experienced Family, Friends and Alumni weekend. This event is a chance for Lasers of all ages to connect and enjoy Lasell in the fall. Check out what past classmates have to say as 1851 staff members Krista DeJulio, Allie Nekola and Megan Palumbo chased down Laser alum opinions.

1851 Chronicle releases Laser Nation series Reply

By Krista DeJulio, Megan Palumbo and Leanne Signoriello – Co-Editor-In-Chief and 1851 Staff

“1851 Chronicle” reporters Krista DeJulio and Megan Palumbo with Leanne Signoriello on camera, will chase down the opinions of Lasell in a new video series: Laser Nation. These weekly videos will be a mixture of fun, lighthearted questions to serious, controversial ones. September is the beginning of a new school year and students are excited to learn, be reunited with friends and be back on campus. Check out what your classmates have to say as 1851 staff members chased down Laser opinions.