Fashion show raises money for Birthday Wishes Reply

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Photos by Natalie Kfoury

Casey O’Brien – News Editor

On April 2, the two sections of Fashion Promotion at Lasell put on a fashion show in deWitt Hall to benefit the Birthday Wishes Organization. Professor Anne Vallely’s promotion classes put on the show as a project to learn the basics of the workings of a fashion show. The classes are preparing for the Senior Fashion Show at the end of the year. More…

Gym goer’s woes Reply

Jake Bell – Copy Editor

Students have their preferences when it comes to exercising; some lift to get big, while others run to slim down. What is universal for Lasell students is the facilities they use to reach their exercise goals. Some students prefer one gym to the other, not necessarily because of their exercise preferences, but because of the gym’s quality. More…

Compost for a better tomorrow Reply

Illustration by Samantha Mackie

Illustration by Samantha Mackie

Reginah Sanyu – 1851 Staff

Lasell College and Sodexo have come together to create a more environmentally friendly campus. Sodexo’s Better Tomorrow Commitments include focusing on the environment, local communities, nutrition, health, and wellness. Lasell College hopes to reduce its carbon footprint, water footprint, and non-organic waste. More…

Times are hard for dreamers Reply

Natalie Kfoury – Co-Editor-in-Chief

The 2001 French film “Amélie” was highly regarded by many for aspects such as its beautiful cinematography, direction, acting, and soundtrack. I love the movie and it is one of my favorites. To me, it is so memorable for its lines. One of which, “Times are hard for dreamers,” comes to mind immediately when I think of the movie and when I think of tragedies. More…

Video: Scene from Arsenal Street after Dzokhar Tsarnaev is captured Reply

When Dzokhar Tsarnaev, the second suspect wanted for the Boston Marathon bombings, was captured in Watertown after a giant manhunt on Friday, the community took to the streets to celebrate the 19-year-old being in custody.

1851 Chronicle staff member Bri Robbins drove down to Arsenal Street in Watertown with a few friends about three hours after Tsarnaev was found by police. The Arsenal Mall was being used as a command center by law enforcement. Check out the video below to see some of the commotion from a night that Greater Boston and America will never forget.

Video credit to Bri Robbins