Ring in the holidays with tasty seasonal drinks 1

Kait Quinn & Brianna Robbins1851 Staff

Brianna Robbins and Kait Quinn experimented with two beverage establishments near Lasell College: Dunkin’ Donuts in Auburndale and the Starbucks in Newton. Price, quality, and taste were analyzed. Bri specifically had small holiday lattes and Kait specifi cally had small peppermint mocha lattes. More…

“Midnight Memories” is more than a memory Reply

Casey O’Brien Managing Editor

Love them or hate them, One Direction is here to stay. With two platinum albums, a movie grossing $60 million worldwide, a fragrance, and sold out concerts (Madison Square Garden sold out in ten minutes), Niall Horan, Zayn Malik, Liam Payne, Harry Styles, and Louis Tomlinson are the result of the best idea Simon Cowell ever had. More…

“Catching Fire” continues the flame Reply

Natalie Kfoury Co-Editor-In-Chief

“The Hunger Games: Catching Fire” had a lot to live up to. When its predecessor, “The Hunger Games,” was released in March 2012, audiences and critics gushed over the acting, the special effects, and the
mesmerizing way the acclaimed book series had been brought to film. “Catching Fire” had to do quite a bit of work to meet and exceed the expectations. More…

Make buildings handicap accessible Reply

Hayley Ackerson1851 Staff

During my freshman year, something happened I will never forget. I saw one of my fellow students try to get his wheelchair through the cafeteria door. The people walking in front of him didn’t look behind to see if he needed help and he was left struggling alone. Having a grandfather who had ALS makes it easy for me to feel for disabled students since I watched him struggle for two years. Lasell needs to become more handicap accessible for disabled students to make maneuvering around campus easier. More…

“Frozen” Will Melt Your Heart Reply


Ariana St. Pierre Art editor

Disney’s “Frozen” is a remarkably beautiful animated musical. Inspired by Hans Christian Andersen’s “The Snow Queen,” the film takes place in the fairy tale kingdom of Arendelle. Arendelle’s young princess, Elsa (Idina Menzel), was born with the ability to create snow and ice. However when Elsa accidentally hurts her younger sister, Anna (Kristen Bell), while playing, the frightened king and queen decide to isolate their oldest daughter from the world and pressure her to control her powers for fear she may harm someone and the world may not accept her. More…

A diamond on campus Reply

Alex Serrazina – Contributing Writer

If you walk around Lasell, you’ll notice the upgrades occuring in the athletic department. The soccer/softball field received a new grass surface, there is talk of a new gymnasium, and there are two fitness rooms allowing athletes great choices for working out. The one thing missing on campus is a home for America’s pastime: a baseball field. This creates an issue not only for players and coaches, but fans as well. Lasell College should build a baseball diamond on campus. More…