9 Ways to Decorate Your Dorm on a Budget Reply

By Hannah Akerly – 1851 Staff

  1. Pictures & Polaroids: A great way to surround yourself with all the fun memories you’ve had with your friends.
  2. Tapestries: The perfect way to make your room look that much closer to an ad for Urban Outfitters.
  3. String lights: They set a relaxing mood and keep you from having to turn on that obnoxious fluorescent light.
  4. Throw pillows: Only here for decoration, but they make your space look so much more put together. Plus, there’s never a limit on the number of throw pillows that qualifies as too many!
  5. Rugs: No one likes having a boring floor, so why not spice it up with a fuzzy rug? Besides adding some dimension, it’ll make your space look bigger too.
  6. DIY wall art: Save money by painting your own wall art! Find supplies at a local supply store (like Michael’s) and be proud to hang up your hard work for everyone to see.
  7. Letter light boxes: So you can share all your favorite lyrics, inspirational quotes or even just your favorite college bible quote… “She is clothed with leggings and oversized t-shirts and she naps without fear of the future.” -Probably College 31:25.
  8. Throw blankets: So you can snuggle up with that special person in your life or that other special person…Netflix.
  9. Plants/Succulents: Sometimes you spend hours (or even days) in your dorm room, so why not bring the outdoors inside to enjoy?

 

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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.

Chronicle’d Podcast: Episode 4, seniors Emma Cipriani, Shannon Motz, and Troy Gonsalves Reply

 

By Seán McGlone Editor-in-Chief

Editor-in-Chief Seán McGlone sits down with graduating seniors Emma Cipriani, Shannon Motz, and Troy Gonsalves to discuss their various involvements during their time at Lasell as well as what advice they have for students looking to establish themselves more on campus.

Chronicle’d Podcast: Episode 3, Megan Croce, Relay for Life president Reply

 

By Seán McGlone – Editor-in-Chief

Editor-in-Chief Seán McGlone sits down with Relay for Life President Megan Croce to discuss the recent RFL event at Lasell and what it meant to her being her final RFL as an undergraduate student at Lasell.

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.

Photos by Dana Sutcliffe and Megan Palumbo More…

Chronicle’d Podcast: Episode 2, President Michael Alexander Reply

 

By Seán McGlone Editor-in-Chief

Editor-in-Chief Seán McGlone sits down with President Michael Alexander to discuss any new developments about the potential merger with Mount Ida College.

Chronicle’d Podcast: Episode 1, Vice President of Enrollment Kate O’Connor Reply

 

By Seán McGlone Editor-in-Chief

In the first episode of the returning Chronicle’d Podcast, Editor-in-Chief Seán McGlone sits down with Vice President of Enrollment Management and member of the Consolidation Steering Committee, Kate O’Connor, to discuss the exploration of a potential merger with Mount Ida College.