Letter to the Editor Reply

This letter was sent to us by Lydia Sampson, Head of Technical Services at Brennan Library, in response to Alex Grant’s article “Reel Talk: Brennan needs an updated movie collection.”

I would like to thank Alex Grant for the opinion piece on the Brennan Library’s DVD collection featured in November’s “1851 Chronicle.” We librarians appreciate student feedback and suggestions. I would like to clarify a few points to let the Lasell community know more about our robust movie collection and how to access it. More…

Students develop arts journal Reply

Zach GrayCo-Editor-In-Chief

Under the direction of professors Mimi Reddicliffe, Becky Kennedy, and Margo Lemieux, students are collecting student, faculty, alumni, and Lasell Village work for the new publication “The Compendium.” The purpose of “The Compendium” is to showcase creative work by the Lasell community. Submissions will include short fiction, poetry, non-fiction, essays, and visual art. Students working on the arts journal include Laura Justice, Doug Gardner, Dan Fox, Jessica Bouchard, James McDonough, Kayli Hertel, and Gaby Povolotski.  More…

Fresh ideas: Switch up meals during finals Reply

 Reginah Sanyu-1851 staff 

The campus center has healthy options that fast food junkies would not appreciate, especially when in need of comfort food during these difficult times of finals. That is why the tostada bowl is getting a change.

When it comes to your order, you can always have it your way as long as a request is made. Ordering Dragon Chef and Dominos regularly gets very costly. Give the tostada bowl at the Campus Center a makeover, especially for the moments when all you want is greasy comfort food. The tostada bowl has never been tastier. More…

Schedule grid changes in spring, common hours next fall Reply

Kayli Hertel – Features Editor

In early October, Lasell released a notice that the spring schedule grid will be changed. Also, next fall, common hours will start at 2 p.m. and end at 3:15 p.m. on Tuesdays and Thursdays instead of from 12 p.m. to 2 p.m.

According to James Ostrow, the Vice President for Academic Affairs, this change stemmed from different factors. One was the use of classrooms and accommodating a “need for 2-day/75 minute periods.” Another factor revolves around the ability “to relieve pressure on the dining hall during peak lunchtime periods,” said Ostrow. More…

New Faces Join Men’s Basketball Reply

Reginah Sanyu 1851 staff

The men’s basketball team is sporting three new faces this season, all of whom are expected to contribute to a successful season: Senior Ryan Langell, junior Eric Thomas, and sophomore Clyde Niba. “With [Niba, Langell, and Thomas] on the team, they bring more of that competitive spirit and team oriented mind sets,” said senior captain Brandon Ganesh. More…

Top five films to check out this holiday season Reply

Arianna St. Pierre Arts Editor

1. “The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug”
“The Hobbit” Trilogy continues with part two: The Desolation of Smaug. Bilbo continues on his journey with his dwarf companions and Gandalf the Grey to defeat the dragon, Smaug, in order to reclaim the dwarves’ homeland. Fan favorite Legolas from the “Lord of the Rings” trilogy will reappear. It is the must see adventure film of the season.

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Editor’s Corner: You Do You Reply

Yeah, I bought One Direction concert tickets more than a year in advance. My love for those five boys is insane, a little
costly, and quite frequently is the punch line of many jokes.

As I am about to graduate college and I’m looking at the life lessons I have learned, I realize I don’t care if someone wants to make fun of my music choices, because everyone has that one thing they could classify as guilty pleasure, if only they felt guilty about it. It is okay to like what you like, and not care what anyone else has to say about it. In this society, we are too concerned with what everyone else thinks of us; who cares if you marathon “Keeping Up with the Kardashians,” if you enjoy it, don’t let someone else poking fun at that get you down. More…